Hey Mamas! Get your wallets ready because Boutiques at the Pit is coming to town this 10 – 12 November
We do love this pop-up concept where all our favourite brands (150 designers and independent businesses to be exact) come together for one joyous wallet-purging weekend. It’s a great place to get some early Christmas shopping in – especially if you are going abroad and want to pick up some cute original products to flaunt your tropical life off to the family back home.
The Sassy Mama team have our eyes on a few faves from the curated list of women’s fashion, menswear, jewellery, bags and accessories, home decor, children’s clothes and toys… Want to know which spots to keep an eye out for? Click through our gallery for our top picks of goodies that you can find this year at Boutiques at the Pit. Race you there, mama!
All the details!
What: Boutique Fairs Singapore: Gifting Edition
When: Friday 10 Novmber – 9am – 8pm
Saturday 11 November 10 – 6pm
Sunday 12 November – 10 – 4pm
Where: The F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Blvd, Singapore (parking available free)
More talks, workshops, and kids’ activities: there’s more to Boutiques than just shopping. Attend free talks, block printing workshops, pottery classes, storytelling and colouring sessions for the kids, and lots more.
“I am making a beeline for Deer Industries and this item (left)! Can’t wait to snap it up for my daughter’s room!” Georgina
“These Deer Industries’ rugs AND Charles Eames replica children’s table and chairs are on my Must Get list too.” Carlijn
“These posters by eckandart.com of Singapore are on my wishlist. I have been hunting around for retro style prints like these and I love that they mention places in Singapore we have lived. They look super stylish in a black frame.” Beate
“Love the Panama Hats from Hat of Caine – these well made hats are a must have in hot tropical Singapore and they make the perfect gift too!” Emilie
“I am going to stock up on Madie Moo’s Coco and Ginger and KidsaGoGo dresses for my daughter.” Carlijn
“Love the light cotton fabrics of Chandamama Kids, they are perfect for our humid weather. I also love the nonchalant design of the clothes, with tiny whimsical block prints on some.” Nadia
“I’m coveting those hand-sewn, hand-printed cotton tops from Zojora. Not only do the shirts look super comfy – and equally wearable in our hot climate or layered when I go back home over the holidays – but the colorful prints are to die for. I might have to pick up some of those gorgeous towels while I’m at it for some unique holiday gifts, too!” Kate
“Ooooh where to start!? I need Stylodeco’s home accessories and linen table cloth too.”
“I also love these Bohemian in Singapore’s baskets for tidying up my kids toys.”
“I heart Feroza Designs’ bed linen for the family – lovely designs and patterns – oh and their light cottony PJs are a must!” Carlijn
“I have always been a fan of Aquariva – their simple flowy dresses and jumpsuits are great for the Singapore climate.”
“I like to spoil my friends at Christmas with some affordable, yet super stylish jewelry from Zarabelle.” Andrea