Singapore-inspired things to don on this National Day 2020

The National Day weekend is approaching, and now’s just the right time for you to go out in full force when it comes to showing your patriotism. If you’re not the type to wear a T-shirt that says “I Love Singapore” on the front, or if you’re looking to be a bit more subtle about your patriotism, we’ve gathered some seriously stylish Singaporean-inspired pieces that you should snap up this National Day weekend and beyond.

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Let’s Makan in Singapore Tote Bag
Singaporean food heavyweights such as Chicken Rice, Chilli Crab and Satay feature prominently on this tote bag. A great guide to the multi-cultural hodgepodge of cuisines available on our tiny red dot!
SG City Tee – Bing Gan
This adorable small cookie is a gem. Just like its shape, it is a childhood snack that Singaporeans deeply enjoy. Always in a huge packet, this snack is great for sharing and the gem comes in different colours of joy. Even for adults, this snack still plays a huge part in their life and it is a happy moment that no one would ever forget.
Freshly Pressed MRT
Freshly Pressed Socks believes that socks are your secret identity. Designed in Singapore, this piece is inspired by the rail network that brings a nation together, most of the time. The Freshly Pressed Singapore Series celebrates the Singapore spirit and the things that makes us one united people.
Breakfast Time Earring Set
This August, as we grapple with what it means to be Singaporean amidst global uncertainty, take a moment to celebrate Singapore through the nostalgic lens of childhood with these earrings featuring local breakfast food from Singapore as a sentimental homage to all the quintessential parts of Singapore that makes it home, truly.
Kopi Dabao Tote Bag
"Uncle, kopi da bao!"— The classic Singapore Kopitiam (coffee shop) da bao (takeaway) bag is here! From coffee to tea to other beverages like Milo and Bandung, these da bao bags are a Singaporean icon.
Keppel Port Printed Scarf
The port is what made Singapore, Singapore. As one of the world's busiest ports, it sees thousands of containers come and go everyday. Orderly stacks of colourful containers shape the daily scenery of the port, moved about in a bustling but carefully choreographed dance. One can only imagine where they are going to and from, and what they carry inside. They stand to witness the vastness of the ocean and the vibrant scenes of faraway places. Made from 100% cotton.