These are our favorite international online shopping sites for the cutest kids’ clothing on the planet — many offer free shipping to Singapore, too!
Summer holidays are usually the time when families in Singapore travel abroad, take family vacations…and stock up on well-priced kids’ clothing from places like the U.S., the UK and Australia. This year? Not so much! We know kiddos grow quickly, though, so we’ve rounded up our favourite international shops and brands that offer online shopping in Singapore. We’ve also specified all the nitty gritty delivery details and prices — many of the sites below actually offer free shipping to Singapore (and even if they don’t, it’s still cheaper than the cost of a plane ticket!).
Credit cards at the ready, mamas!
You probably already know about this one, but we particularly love Amazon because it offers free shipping to Singapore from the U.S. on eligible Amazon Prime orders over S$60. You can find all sorts of clothes and shoes that fit this category. Alternatively, you can hit up the U.S. site (Amazon.com), which has a slightly different selection and still-reasonable shipping rates (usually around $10-$20).
This UK fashion site is great for teens (and hip parents). It also has free shipping to Singapore (7 working days) on orders over S$65.
We looooove Boden’s adorable clothes for kids and babies, and as a bonus their site has nice online shopping for parents, too. If you’re on the market for cute swimsuits or rain boots, it’s well worth a browse. Standard shipping to Singapore (10-14 business days) costs S$20.
We are basically obsessed with Bonds’ selection of soft cotton underwear, socks and pajamas for our kiddos (not to mention their famous Wondersuits for bubs), but they’ve got plenty more on offer for adults, too. This Aussie mainstay has FREE shipping to Singapore on orders over AUD 100, otherwise shipping’ll set you back S$20. Keep an eye out for sales – they’ll frequently have promo codes with 40% discounts!
To be clear, this ridiculously cheap American purveyor of cute baby, toddler and kids’ clothes (like, $5 for a onesie or $7 for a dress or polo shirt) does not ship directly to Singapore. However they have so much great stuff on offer – and run doorbuster sales so frequently – that you just might find it worth your while to sign up for a V-Post or comGateway account that’ll help you manage shipping from the U.S.! NB: The website also includes sister brands Osh Kosh B’Gosh and Skip Hop.
This Aussie brand carries all manner of cute kids’ tees, mama basics, and even maternity activewear. And as a bonus, they have shops in Singapore! Why go out to the malls when they’ve got FREE next-day delivery on orders $50 or more, though? (NB: Cotton On does have convenient click-and-collect options, just FYI!)
For a wide variety of fashions – including lots of designer duds – for the whole fam, department stores are the way to go. Sadly not everyone ships to Singapore (we’re looking at you, David Jones, Primark and MYER!) but we’ve had an easy time placing orders with U.S. department stores Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue ($10 flat rate shipping on orders over US$150!). Selfridges in the UK also ships to Singapore (GBP 25 for standard 5-day shipping). Our only gripe: international prices are usually higher and not a straight conversion (and promo codes often don’t apply), so if you have the option to shop domestically and ship to Singapore separately, that might be the better way to go.
Hanna is basically synonymous with Christmas jammies in our mind – their cute coordinating pajamas for the whole fam are the stuff of legend. However they also offer all manner of high-quality cotton basics for babies, toddlers, and kids (my daughter lives in their dresses, which thoughtfully feature pockets!). They’ve got great swimwear, too! International shipping to Singapore is coordinated through Borderfree.
This high-quality Canadian kids’ clothing brand has the cutest patterns and motifs on everything from flip-flops, to sun hats, to rain boots and swimsuits (my daughter is partial to the mermaids). Standard shipping to Singapore costs US$35 (so might as well order your money’s worth!).
This fast fashion brand is another one with a big presence in Singapore, but if you’d like to avoid the malls, online shopping is a handy alternative. Their kids’ stuff is cute and affordable, as is their extensive maternity range. Delivery in Singapore costs $6.90.
We love this preppy American brand, whether for swimwear, work clothes, beachy cover-ups, or all manner of cute kids’ clothing. They frequently have sales with good promo codes, too. Another plus: an express shipping to Singapore option!
For affordable and rugged kids’ clothing – including jeans, swimwear, pajamas, and all manner of shoes and boots – Lands’ End is a great option. They’ve also got a huge range of school backpacks, and we love that they have a category dedicated to adaptive clothing for kids with special sensory needs. Shipping to Singapore is based on a sliding scale, and priced from US$28.
This classic American outdoor outfitter is great when you’re in need of winter clothes like boots, parkas, hat and mittens, although they’ve also got plenty of fab rainwear and swimwear that work perfectly in Singapore. In the past they’ve offered free shipping to Singapore on orders over $150, but due to the COVID outbreak that does not seem to be a current option. NB: This is another one of those sites that has much higher international prices than their domestic options, so if you can ship to a U.S. address, that’s the way to go.
This lovely local brand offers a curated selection of premium cotton clothing and swaddles for babies and toddlers. They also offer FREE shipping in Singapore on orders over $40, and when you buy from MOMO + BUBS you are supporting Singapore Children’s Society as $10 from the sale of each swaddle set is donated.
Get 10% off storewide at MOMO + BUBS when you use promo code SASSYMAMALOVES. (No minimum spend. Not valid with any other promotions. Valid for one time use only until 1 November 2020.)
This British institution already has a warehouse in Singapore, which makes shipping and delivery fast and convenient (it’s currently $10 due to the constraints of the COVID pandemic). Next has a huge range of branded and character clothing for kids (Paw Patrol, anyone?) along with heaps of options for parents, too. We love that you can score everything from nursery bedding and lingerie to Adidas sneakers (perfect for school shoes!).They’ve also got a nice selection of Boden stuff, too!
Raph&Remy is a homegrown Singapore brand that features gorgeous organic cotton baby swaddles and bamboo zippies and onesies that are perfect for our hot and humid climate. If you’re looking to order a new baby gift in Singapore for a mama friend, Raph&Remy is the spot, mamas!
If you’re looking to score a gorgeous frock for yourself or a a teen girl – or are lusting after designer clothes and accessories – Shopbop has free express shipping to Singapore (and easy returns!), and perhaps the best online selection of dresses of anywhere we’ve seen.
Like Cotton On and H&M, Uniqlo offers a free click & collect service along with free shipping in Singapore on orders over $60 (otherwise it’ll cost you $6). We are currently lusting after their Marimekko collab, which has cute clothing for mamas, babies and kids.
We may have shed a tear the day Target stopped shipping direct to Singapore; their selection of well-priced clothing and homewares is the stuff of legend, after all. Like Carters, it might just be worth your while to shop and ship via comGateway or V-Post.
This Singapore online shopping emporium offers all sorts of great discounts on designer clothing, accessories and even makeup. You’ll find cute kids clothes from the likes of The Gap, Nike, Mango, and much, much more.