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Budget Singapore Best ways to save on clothes
Inflation is when you pay fifty dollars for the thirty dollar haircut that used to cost your Dad ten dollars. You only have to take a trip down Orchard Road to find out why many Singaporeans are choosing to find other places to shop.
To make your day a little brighter, here is more Budget Direct Insurance advice on how to save your hard earned cash in and around Singapore. In the third of the series we find ways to save on clothes.
1. For the high street brand lover
If you want to save up to 70% on high street brands like Esprit, Cotton On, Guess, Billabong and Body Shop, head to one of Singapore’s best kept secrets. The outlet malls.
Best places to shop
IMM - Jurong
Anchorpoint - Alexandra Road
Changi City Point - Changi
2. For the sports lover
If you and your wallet want to avoid paying premium prices for sportswear in Singapore, there are some hidden places where you will get the best deals. Best places to shop
Queensway - Branded sports shoes and equipment
Decathlon – Great prices on running, hiking, swimming, cycling, badminton, tennis, football, shoes, and bags. Online at decathlon.sg or at their flagship store in Bedok
Royal Sporting House - Their flagship store at Suntec City has ongoing sales, up to 70% discount
Mustafa Centre – The 24/7 shopping mecca in Little India sells an eye watering variety of shoes for any outdoor occasion. Equipment including weights available at very competitive prices
3. For vintage lovers
Flea markets are the go-to places for finding your favourite designer at a price that won’t break the bank. You’ll also find one-off pieces by independent designers, offering a high-end, lower price mix of fashion, accessories and children’s wear.Best places to shop
Fleawhere - Possibly Singapore’s largest flea market lots of bazaars to choose from. Wallet friendly pre-loved style and fast fashion from indie blogshops. Check the website at fleawhere.com
Public Garden – A regular staple held at arts or heritage venues like the Esplanade. 100+ local businesses and creatives selling cool stuff - vintage clothes to artworks. Check the website at public-garden.com
Zouk Flea & Easy - Singapore’s super-duper club holds a quarterly bazaar with fab tunes rare sartorial bargains. 70ish stalls with everything from clothes to collectibles. Check the website at zoukclub.com
“Money looks better in the bank than on your feet.” #girlboss