Your sweet daughter is sure to adore matching her dress and swimsuit with the perfect tote bag for the beach! Definitely worth a look. Vijay Verghese They also have knitted tops and dresses.
She is sure to find something she cannot wait to wear. Each brand brings its own unique looks, expanding our options and catching your darling daughters eye! The Lulita brand often offers matching outfits along with their swimsuits.
We love the wild, one-of-a-kind prints that cover these designs! Frou Frou stands out with their mix and match look, that brings different prints together in an unexpected way.
Do you have a daughter who loves to accessorize? Frou Frou is one of our only brands to offer matching hair bands that coordinate with their swimwear.
You may only find a few handfuls of designs from Love U Lots among our girls suits, but you can rest assured that they are fabulous! We love the way their spring collection plays with bright metallics to bring her mermaid daydreams to life!
You can always count on Love U Lots to fill their designs with bright pops of color to capture the fun of spring or summer. These brands often offer designs to match her favorite outfit, or unique swimsuits that are sure to make her friends jealous. We just want to take a moment to talk about a few of these brands: Splendid, Ella Moss, and Mud Pie.
The Splendid brand produces stylish clothing for tween fashionistas. Their new tween line will make her feel on trend with twists on classic one and two piece suits. Ella Moss is also a brand to look at when you want to add in a few swimsuits for the girls who love their designs.
These suits are always one-of-a-kind and unforgettable! Looking for a swimsuit for younger girls? Mud Pie is the perfect place to look. Their playful looks often feature one of their adorable characters that can be spied throughout the collection. Your sweet daughter is sure to adore matching her dress and swimsuit with the perfect tote bag for the beach! Added details can be found in fabric, color and print changes to really make each applique come to life. We have had many queries including items made in the USA, or necklines that feature halter tops, or even a more vintage inspiration over modern styles.
We can help because we know the inventory well! LaBella Flora also puts great pride into providing easy and quick shipping. Many of our orders are processed the same business day as they are placed.
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Designer brands are opening shop here as well. Spot Burberry and its ilk cropping up in old shophouses. Unfortunately the advent of the big labels has meant a sharp increase in rent that has driven out some creative smaller local brands. Back near wtcmore, Re: The company sources new and high-end items from around the world.
Products range from fleece and Gore-Tex garments and thermal underwear to headlamps and anti-shock poles for hiking. For mountaineering gear, snow apparel, backpacks, hiking shoes, sleeping bags and climbing stuff, try Mammut GF, A Queens Road East, tel: For a range of golfing gear from clubs, clothes and shoes to accessories in the Causeway Bay area, continue down Gloucester Road to find local Hong Kong golf stores Power Golf tel: And Sino Plaza had a major makeover with the introduction of a multi-floor ISA boutique store isaboutique.
Find foam neck rests, mobile phone jackets, wallets, torches, wrist watches and all manner of fun stuff including a lot of eco-friendly gear.
This is a perfect spot for Hong Kong memorabilia and quick gift purchases. HKTDC is never dull. The place showcases clothes, furnishings, cushion covers, jewellery, jade carvings and Chinese artefacts. Furniture and home interior buffs can wander along Queen's Road East for a range of fashionable, high and mid-range options. The length of Queens Road East is packed with framers and galleries and curtain shops. In fact, each parallel street in Wanchai is devoted to one particular item.
Gloucester Road, closest to the harbour has motor car showrooms and even a Harley Davidson motorcycle showroom, tel: Hennessy Road, the main artery however is a jumble of stores, Chinese herb shops, electronics and watches. This is a bustling spot crammed with old style markets and squealing trams. Also available are some coffee shops for a breathing pause, and a long-queue Crystal Jade dumpling and noodles restaurant.
Far more interesting though is the basement. Here at B1 is a discount store with truly bargain basement prices to cheer any skinflint heart. Is it any wonder old grannies go wild in here, rummaging through neatly stacked shelves brimming with everything from reading glasses and balls of wool to scarves, plates, gift boxes and candles. It's all just twelve bucks.
Heck, we say buy the lot. It's a small shop but offers a terrific selection of oldies and classical vinyl. The pièce de résistance for savvy parents with children to entertain is the neighbouring block between Mallory Street and Burrows.
This is where the Comix Homebase www. It is a characterful venue for comic illustrators and artists and the salons and spaces are available for events. Next to it is Animate, with toon characters and transformers.
In the same area, at Hennessy Road find the cramped and poorly ventilated Computer Zone for your budget electronic and video gaming needs. Great for kids, dreadful for mums, especially when confronted by dodgy DVD stores exploring the design benefits of silicone enhanced fantasy models as window dressing. From the Johnston Road intersection with Fleming Road, explore the tiny shops along Wanchai Road , or walk due south into the bustle of Wanchai Market Road with its meat and fish shops.
The side alleys are brimming with street stalls. Turn left into pedestrian Tai Yuen Street for more packed street stalls and roadside vendors selling every imaginable form of bric-a-brac. Next to it is a Japan Home Centre for the cheapest possible home ware at the best possible quality. They are well stocked with all sizes and shapes and colours. And that's before the haggling.
The shoes are reasonably sturdy. The Spring Garden store focuses more on men's shoes. Opened early after a fair bit of pummelling and rework is the reconstructed apartment-and-shopping old 'wedding street' now renamed Lee Tung Avenue , a pedestrian-only street with several bronze statues of children having a good time, and some fancy stores like a Leica camera outlet, Pandora for accessories, and Innisfree , the South Korean cosmetics store.
Farther along at Johnston Road is the largish Westwood discount store for Hong Kong factory outlets stuff. The store also stocks cotton-weave jeans, shoes and lipstick. Just up from here at the unmistakable yellow wash colonial lowrise of The Pawn at 66 Johnston Road, the ground floor used to be entirely occupied by the upscale and intriguingly old China Tang Tang Tang Tang by David tang who started Shanghai Tang, 66 Johnston Road, www.
Neighbouring corner store Tommy Bahama 60 Johnston Road, www. Gresson Street is another pedestrian lane with flower sellers, fruit stalls, locksmiths and general daily life-saving bric-a-brac. Wanchai is home to a wide range of sports shoes , tennis shoes and funky casual wear for all occasions. For those interested in buying shoes in Hong Kong, or trendy sports shoes, from assorted brands from Adidas and Converse to outlandish names and designs, or good sturdy classics like Clarks, scout along Johnston Road and the side streets spiking away towards Queen's Road East.
Choose from Japanese and European yarn, and pick up a pattern book too along with knitting needles and other accessories. You'll find walkers, wheelchairs, bed pans, and aluminium walking sticks that double as foldout stools. The stores are open As Johnston Road angles towards Queen's Road East, the warren of connecting lanes offer interesting diversion.
This area and up towards Star Street is worth a leisurely browse. This ground floor enterprise is musty, dark and curious, packed with toy cars, cardboard cut-out assemblies and mobiles that will have any passersby drooling in no time. You'll simply have to wander in for a good rummage. There's another store in Sheung Wan too. Just up the hill, taking the stone steps across Queen's Road, is the eye-catching designer collection and online store kapok tel: This shop occupies a quieter corner of the young and restless Star Street strip peopled by the gorgeous set with maxed out credit cards and tousled hairdos.
Staff is bright and welcoming and there's no problem if you happen to be in a touchy feely mood. Take your time and check out the wares. Next to kapok is the bright bathing trunks store, Vilebrequin , with elaborate patterns that will dent your wallet substantially. And down a few steps in an inconspicuous alley is Just Green tel: Stop by the renovated art deco Old Wanchai Market building at Queen's Road East that now sports fresh livery with a residential unit atop and some trendy cafes below from Ovolo as well as home decor stuff.
In the Admiralty area is one of the most popular malls listed in this Hong Kong shopping guide, Pacific Place www. This is a safe and sober starting point if you're looking for the latest digital cameras and photo supplies at a wee bit over the cheapest rates. Well managed and hustle and hassle free, this is a safe spot for getting the lowdown on the latest without testing storekeeper patience unduly.
Universal moved early to the sexond floor, yielding its prime L1 space to swish shoe store Kurt Geiger. There is a large Lane Crawford www. Find ready-to-go folding Strida bicycles and fun home stuff like mugs, bone china plates, rugs, and even bath and spa products. Start off on P1 at the elegant Shanghai Tang www. Ladies can go for pink silks and monogrammed tops.
Or browse cuff links and handbags. Their prices are always competitive. Great renderings, and expensive toys. Looking for a Hong Kong bookstore? Right above the Admiralty MTR station and linked to Pacific Place by an elevated walkway is Queensway Plaza , which transformed from low-key to open-plan chic mid Expect contemporary space with plenty of eye candy from LAB Concept labconcepthk.
Louis Vuitton has pride of place at the corner of Landmark fronting Pedder Street. Chater House boasts several Emporio Armani offerings and some fabulously expensive home furnishings. The Landmark is a popular meeting point. This is the best of London. Next door, The Central Building boasts several upmarket jewellery and watch stores.
Come here for your fix of shortbread or bulk buy English breakfast tea bags. Step out of the MTR and ready yourself for an assault of cologne trailing down the street and into the subterranean, cement corridors of Exit D1. Bright stocks of denim jeans and flannel shirts are almost out of place.
The store has several floors of the building. Also in the building are Lehman Maupin www. Across the elevated walkway by the Central harbourfront the tall glinting spires of IFC One and Two mark the outlines of one of the biggest and busiest malls on the island, IFC Mall www.
Anchor tenant Lane Crawford runs a stylish and spacious outlet on the third floor of the mall, which also features a giant Apple Store P1 and P2, Shop , tel: Expect all manner of digital mayhem as shoppers throng to get their hands on the latest iPhones and iPads. Elsewhere, a dizzying array of luxury and top-drawer brands await: The list reads like unending Hollywood movie credits. For tech-buffs, Oregon Scientific hk. There are several jewellery stores on the IFC's second floor and a selection of trendy stores such as Zara , Mango and Patrizia Pepe on the first floor as soon as you wander in.
Specialty jewellery shops include Jan Logan , Qeelin Shop , tel: Magnificently arrayed over three levels, Shanghai Tang offers the same brilliantly hued silks for all occasions it once displayed at Pedder Building. It offers a huge range of luxury brands. The bustling HMV records once hidden away on the third and fourth floors — accessible by a secret lift- has moved to Manning House Queen's Road Central basement.
Still, bargain-crazed shoppers will not be disappointed at the planned range of products and prices. It is packed, not only with the young set, and understandably. The chain also has several stores in Hong Kong and is known for its zesty displays. Party costumes and wigs abound. It must be pointed out this is an acquired taste.
The bulk of the creativity on display is from the younger and hugely creative Hong Kong artistic set. The two breezy blocks - with plenty of open space, minimalist decor, and nice long balconies - were formerly a Central School and then served for a while as the Hollywood Road Police Married Quarters. A bit quiet late evenings so pop by lunchtime or in the afternoon. This is a nice pick on our Hong Kong shopping guide especially for younger visitors.
For something a little easier on your wallet, try out adjacent Upper Lascar Road, also known misguidedly as Cat Road, for cheaper antiques.
At the beginning of Wyndham Street you'll spot Wellington Gallery tel: Some of the larger portraits are from Spanish artist Lita Cabellut who describes herself as an "anthropologist" who "likes to study humans".
The paintings have a cracked porcelain finish that adds an interesting touch. No high pressure sales - though well informed staff is on hand to fill in any gaps - and space to reflect.
Definitely worth a look. Apart from their fine restaurants and bars, Elgin, Staunton and Gough Streets in the SoHo South of Hollywood Road area offer a variety of shopping options ranging from designer clothing to household products. Lianca Central basement 27 Staunton Street, tel: D Goods of Desire, 48 Hollywood Road, tel: The store occupies the ground and first floors. Run by the affable Ana Kwok, Ana tel: Colours and designs are appealing so get over your snakeskin goose bumps.
Lots of fun shopping options from solar-powered night lights and iPod accessories to funky home décor items. Homeless has several outlets around town.
Hard to find Beatnik basement 31 Staunton Street, tel:
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