Singapore Guide | Shops – Threadbare & Squirrel
Threadbare & Squirrel
A little street off the beaten track, away from the characterless malls and throngs of aimless wanderers. Here, gleaming steel and towering concrete give way to conservation shophouses and a vibrant indie culture. Welcome to Bali Lane, where there isn’t a chain store in sight, and where threadbare & squirrel calls home. Nestled among laid back cafes and other little independent boutiques, Threadbare & Squirrel could not have hoped for a better place to set up shop.
A wholly different crowd dwell here. If you dare to dress yourself, then perhaps you might find something that tickles your fancy among their selection of clothes, bags and baubles hand picked to be stocked in the store by the owner herself. Designers, artists, independent thinkers and aspiring fashionistas stroll down the lane in search of something to add to their lives so visit Threadbare & Squirrel and see if they may have that little something to brighten up your day.
Many people ask – why threadbare & squirrel? Well “threadbare” because they hope you love the clothes so much that they’ll get threadbare before you’d be willing to part with them. “Squirrel” because they like to find the beautiful and offbeat, the wonderful and curious, and find a way of bringing these objects to you. At Threadbare & Squirrel, you are bound to find some nifty stuff that will make you look good and are sure to delight.
The hit to your wallet: $18 for 2 pairs of baby socks to $101.90 for a shirt
Why we love Threadbare & Squirrel: A trip to Threadbare & Squirrel always results in us leaving with something in our hands! They’ve got all sorts of irresistable clothes, bags, accessories and other quirky things!
Location & opening hours:
660 North Bridge Road (Bali Lane)
Singapore, Singapore 188797
Daily: 12:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Contact number: +65 6396 6738
Images courtesy of Threadbare & Squirrel
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