Chinese New Year is fast approaching, and if you still have not bought new clothes for your kids, fear not. Here are some places you can hurry to get some beautiful clothes for the little ones.
This label can be found at Robinsons inTthe Gardens Mall, as well as in the Bangsar Shopping Centre Chinese New Year display in the main foyer.
Robinsons, The Gardens Mall
The selection of Chinese New Year wear at Robinsons is also worth exploring, with plenty of colourful traditional outfits that are priced from RM69 to RM160.
Whether it is adorable Chinese outfits or bright little offerings, local brand Poney has many choices for parents. They have a collection that is quite modern and cute, starting from around RM129.
You can find Le Moomba at the current Chinese New Year display at the Mid Valley Mall’s foyer (Centre Court). There are fine and classic outfits available, but they can be expensive, with prices from RM100 to RM300.
The collection from Somerset Bay (seen here at Metrojaya) is a sweet and elegant one for Chinese New Year. It’s definitely something different from the brighter and ‘more red’ selections around.
Le Petit Society
Le Petit Society’s clothing may be the perfect choice for parents looking for less traditional Chinese New Year outfits. Home to the signature Bubble Tulle Dresses and some seriously adorable baby outfits, this Singapore-based brand can be found in Shoes Shoes Shoes, Bangsar Shopping Center (BSC).’
This label can be found in Metrojaya and all major departmental store chains, and stock a wide variety of delightful little cheongsam and samfu for kids.
It’s sweet little dresses galore at Mini Pink, and this label can currently be found at Metrojaya, Curve. Their selections are in all the colours you can think of, but there is a definite bias towards cheongsams for girls.
Dodo Art Craft and Fashion
For something a little different, parents can head to Dodo Art Craft and Fashion – this writer headed there to get a beautiful Nyonya kebaya for her daughter in a nod to her Nyonya lineage and roots!
Li-Hsian left a career in corporate communications to become a full-time mum to twins. She is learning new things daily as she tries to balance the romance of motherhood with the messy realities of her latest role.
Image Credits: Li-Hsian, Le Petit Society and Poney.
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