If you (like us) are heading to the annual Pink Dot gathering at Hong Lim Park this Saturday, but (like us) have a wardrobe filled with pieces in monochromatic colours, and (like us) waited until the very last minute to scramble for something pink — it’s not too late to start shopping. Really.
First, you’d want to avoid online stores like ASOS or Net-a-Porter, because as great as their shipping policies are, your purchases still won’t magically arrive in a day.
So, go on a good ol’ brick-and-mortar shopping trip instead.
When shopping, look out for pieces that are breezy and lightweight, because you’re going to be under the sun or at least walking around in the heat at the very not air-conditioned Hong Lim Park.
You might also want to opt for something more comfy and with a loose fit so you can sit/stand/crawl/roll around with ease.
We’ve picked out some of the best pieces for the occasion from stores and brands you can find easily in town — click through above to start shopping now!
Psst, of course, wearing something pink is just a small part of what the Pink Dot movement is really about. If you want to support your LGBT family members, friends and fellow Singaporeans, head down for Pink Dot at this Saturday, 4 June, at Hong Lim Park, from 3pm onwards. Click here for more information.
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