June is great time to soak up some sun and be immersed in the great outdoors. Indoors, however, it’s also a great time shop for end-of-spring-summer-season apparel and accessories that are going on sale, even more so for those living in warm and sunny Singapore. Good eggs that we are, we’re giving you first dibs on where you can find these awesome deals from your favourite designers, all at a fraction of their original prices.

Here’s our shopping hit list of 5 top websites to trawl before sale season ends.




Why we love it?

This is one online store that has gotten every bit of its shoppers’ experience right, from the website’s ease of use, to its impeccable packaging when the parcel arrives. A normal order takes an average of just 3 days to arrive – from the time it leaves its warehouse in UK, till it reaches Singapore. That’s even faster than some local services.

And… did I mention that delivery is free to Singapore? Prices for items also include all taxes.

What to look out for?

Look out for its wide variety of top international designer brands and exclusive collaborations with Mr Porter.

Website: www.mrporter.com




Why we love it?

The online equivalent of H&M, this is the place to go for trendy basics at friendly prices. Great for streetwear lovers and the affordable price tags are tres attractive for millennials.

What to look out for?

We love the ASOS house collections of t-shirts and casual wear.

Website: www.asos.com




Why we love it?

While it is not a menswear-only site, SSENSE stocks a good collection of the latest international designer labels for guys, and sale prices are really attractive for the very current looks off the runway. Great for fashionables, who love anything a la minute.

What to look out for?

Anything with that generous 70%-off discount tag.

Website: www.ssense.com




Why we love it?

The concept of Farfetch differs a little from the other sites mentioned and that’s what makes it so special. Farfetch markets itself as an enabler of e-commerce solutions for thousands of indie boutiques around the world. Shopping on Farfetch is like looking for a product from different stores at the same time, much like mall trawling and crawling, and you get instant price comparisons before you check out your orders.

What to look out for?

Definitely international and indie designer labels. Do note that because stocks come directly from individual stores, your bundle orders might arrive in separate parcels.

Website: www.farfetch.com



Why we love it?

This e-commerce store is a result of its hugely successful website, Hypebeast – a beloved name of every street style-loving sneaker freak. It is so iconic that we (at HSD) named one of our style archetypes Hypebeast as an homage to the cult following of fans who dress in the distinctive style of this progressive streetwear-inspired site – looks that run the gamut of limited edition tees and collaboration sneakers.

What to look out for?

The store stocks a wide selection street wear and cult labels that you can’t find in SG malls. Delivery is free for purchases over SGD230.

Website: www.hbx.com