9 Best Places to Get Matching Family Outfits This Chinese New Year, Lifestyle News

When it comes to wearing matching outfits with your partner and the little ones, there is no better time to do it than the Chinese New Year. And yes, we hear you.

The pandemic will likely limit the number of people you visit and meet. However, you can make every CNY stop count for the upcoming New Year by having fun with the family.

Perfect for photos (and the gram), we found nine local brands that offer adorable, chic and gorgeous matching outfits.

From cheongsams to flowing dresses and mandarin collar shirts, there’s a good mix for every family.

The Elly store for families who like to have options


For its CNY2022 collection, The Elly Store offers 16 prints and four different lace colors. From pastel pink peonies decorating the fabric to colorful tigers on a white background, there are patterns suitable for all families.

The best part is that they don’t limit their cuts to cheongsams or changpaos. From summer dresses to polo shirts, the outfits in this line can be worn outside of Chinese New Year, so say goodbye to CNY exclusive clothes that seem awkward any other time of the year.

Buy their collection here or visit their flagship store at No.02-31 / 33, 501 Bukit Timah Road, Cluny Court, Singapore 259760.

Le Petit Society for delicate prints


Simple and chic, Le Petit Society offers delicate prints in bright and discreet colors. Choose from a wide variety of designs ranging from their traditional Chinese motif designs to their mandarin cartoon series. They also sell matching Bermuda shorts in 11 colors – you can mix and match if you want!

For the little ones they have rompers that give the illusion of a shirt and bottom which is great if you ask us.

Buy their collection here or visit them at 05-35, The Paragon, 290 Orchard Road, Singapore 238859, and 01-06 Downtown Gallery, 6A Shenton Way, Singapore 068815.

The missing piece for stylish options for moms


If you are looking for simple pieces for kids and stylish dresses for yourself, The Missing Piece is for you. Pair it with the family with fun, simple and even sophisticated designs. While your kids are sporting simple cuts – flowing Qipaos and collared shirts – you can wear them with backless dresses, tie-front dresses, asymmetrical dresses and more.

Buy their collection here or visit them at # 03-06, The Missing Piece Studio, 10 Winstedt Road, Singapore 227977, and two other outlets.

Elizabeth Little for mothers and daughters who want to pair up


Filled with dreamy floral designs that will brighten everyone’s day, Elizabeth Little offers pieces in pink, blue, purple, and rainbow. From wisteria to summer flowers with foliage, these are great options for lovers of botanical prints.

Just note that if you are shopping for the boys and men in the family, you should make sure to order by January 8, 2022 as they are made to order and subject to fabric availability. So the fastest fingers first!

Buy their collection here or visit them at # 02-113, Great World City, Liliewoods Social, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Singapore 237994.

Pocketpig Diary for eye-catching pieces


Pocketpig Diary offers matching outfits with designs that stand out in any setting. Choose from their range of eye-catching goldfish, tangerines, waves, cranes and lemons designs. If you want to go for something a little simpler, they also have oriental prints all in blue with orange details as well as another Japanese wave print in a subdued blue and white.

With mandarin collars for boys and fathers and comfy cheongsam designs for girls and mothers, their cuts are also made from 100% cotton for a soft, soft feel on the skin. So you can be sure that you and your family will have a comfortable CNY.

Buy their collection here.

Sea Apple for motifs inspired by Chinese culture


For prints rooted in Chinese culture that have their own modern twist, check out Sea Apple’s CNY2022 collection which has 10 pages and many different silhouettes. Whether you are looking for bright orange designs with blossoming prunes or a design that looks like it was drawn with a calligraphy brush, there are plenty of options to choose from. To go even further, get the matching masks for you and your family!

If you’re looking for something a little more fun, head over to the ‘Tiger Tiger’ section of their page and you’ll find tiger print outfits to usher in the Year of the Tiger.

Buy their collection here or visit them at # 01-68, United Square, 101 Thomson Road, Singapore 307591.

Moley Apparels for Large Simple Lotus Designs


Moley Apparels’ CNY2022 collection features pieces with plus size lotuses throughout for a simple yet stylish outfit. With colorful lotuses and foliage on a red, white, and beautiful dark green (you already know which one we love) backgrounds, the designs are stylish and perfect for CNY. They also sell toddler rompers, so you can match them with your baby even if he’s only three months old!

Buy their collection here or visit their outlets all over Singapore.

YeoMama Batik for batik lovers


Lovers of batik designs rejoice because you can wear them this next CNY. They have six elaborate designs in the tasteful colors of gold, red and black. You can each wear a different one for a fun outfit dynamic and you’ll always feel like you all matched!

For those who want something a little simpler, their designs feature red and blue designs on a white background. With intricate designs and stunning silhouettes for moms, this line is perfect for families who want to have fun.

Buy their collection here.

Maison Q for reversible clothes for the little ones


Maison Q probably isn’t a new name for you, and their CNY2022 collection is packed with cute tiger prints perfect for the whole family. What if you go on a two-day visit? Their pieces for babies and kids ages 1 to 7 are reversible, which means you basically have a 2 in 1 outfit for the festivities!

For moms, some of their prints come in as dresses and blouses, meaning you can pull on a comfy pair of jeans while still being dressed for the occasion.

Buy their collection here.

This article first appeared in Singapore Women’s Weekly.

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