Miss going outside to shop? Here are six things you can get without leaving home.
Staying at home during the circuit breaker may have been especially hard on us shopaholics who miss the in-store shopping experience.
Thankfully, the world of online shopping and to-your-doorstep delivery means that we can still shop from the comfort and safety of our homes!
We have put together a list of fun things you can buy to scratch that retail therapy itch:
Mobino is the first and only official BTS licensed merchandise store in Lazada.
Launching on May 15, their line of products are licensed by Big Hit Entertainment and include umbrellas, footwear, washable masks, and iPhone and AirPods cases.
Mobino will also be donating five per cent of sales to help in the fight against COVID-19 in the South East Asian region which includes Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Head here to view the whole collection.
A-kynd, or Another Kind, is a local online jewellery store that sells unique and beautiful earrings. They make perfect gifts for your friends or something to spoil yourself with this circuit breaker!
Check out their unique pieces here.
Keen to pick up a new hobby this circuit breaker? Why not try film photography to capture beautiful moments of your loved ones at home?
Instagram store @filmthrills_ sells film cameras at affordable prices for those who do not want to spend too much money on their first camera.
If you need film rolls, iCM Photography on Shopee has great deals for entry-level film like the Kodak ColorPlus or the Kodak Gold 200, which are perfect for beginners.
While libraries and bookstores are still closed for now, fortunately, there are other ways for you to get your hands on new, physical books to read.
Thryft is Singapore’s first sustainable bookstore that sells second-hand books online. They carry both local and international titles and boast a wide range of books, such as thrillers, romance novels, and biographies.
One of the bookstores on the list, BooksActually, provides free shipping for purchases of four or more books.
Staying in all day may make you crave the outdoors. How about bringing nature into your home by growing some plants?
Green Spade on Lazada has all the things you need to start a mini home garden: high-quality pots, soil, compost, and fertilisers.
Our favourite bubble tea stores might still be closed, but these DIY kits are a godsend for those who tried and failed to make their own pearls at home.
These ready-made bubble tea kits are an easy way to get your bubble tea fix any time you want.
If you’re looking for something savoury, Hanguk Kitchen SG on Shopee sells DIY food kits for you to recreate your favourite Korean dishes at home.
While it might take some time before we can finally shop at physical stores, online shopping is a welcome alternative for now – we don’t even have to get out of our pyjamas for it. Happy shopping!
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