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I’ve never been a big fan of Coach, but I’ve been a fan of the blog blushing ambition for a while now, and her photos. In many of her photos, shes carrying a sling coach bag, which I assumed it was vintage. When I was in USA and on etsy, I always keep a look out for these vintage coach sling bags, but the quality/price/colour is never a perfect fit (ie. good quality but high price and non ideal colour).

Willis On Etsy

However, I started beginning to notice that this range of bag was called the Coach Willis Bag, so it made it easier to search, but I also found out that Coach has made a collection called Coach Classics, remaking and reissuing all the classic bags of yesteryear. And I would actually be happy to carry most of the leather bags on this page.

Snippet of the Coach Collection

Best of all, they remade the Willis, and I ordered it almost immediately, and of course in British Tan. Yum! Best of both worlds, a vintage remake with all the colours available at a good price as well. I actually love a lot of the other remakes as well and would love to get my hands on them, but the Willis will do for now! Even though I’ve a bit slow on the curve, I just had to blog about these great vintage remakes Coach was doing, as you may not see these beauties for a long time after this season’s over.

The Willis Remake


Hi friends of PicnicSunday!

There’s been some changes recently with PicnicSunday Vintage, and we hope you will be happy with them!

First, its a permanent sale section! Our festive sale did so well and our store inventory is building up, so we’ve decided to move our older items to a SALE section, click the image below to see the items on sale now:

Secondly, the latest vintage pieces will not be released in collections, but more frequently with more focus on each lovely piece. So do remember to check in on PicnicSunday Vintage more often and like us on facebook to get instant updates in your newsfeed once the item is in the store.

Like us on facebook now to know when the latest pieces are updated in the store, and I hope these changes make for a better PicnicSunday! Have a great week guys and thanks for the support!


I don’t really shop at Uniqlo except for underwear and winter essentials, but I was mucking about in Vivocity a week ago waiting for hubby Tan, and being a sucker for vintage and bright prints, I was instantly drawn to the new collaboration uniqlo have with Orla Kiely! I’ve always loved Orla Kiely’s prints, but always felt her stuff was a bit pricey, so a uniqlo collaboration is perfect for the pockets! I grabbed everything I liked and made a dash for the changing room:

I ended up with the red dress (pockets sucked me in!) and a the blue sleeveless top which I can’t wait to wear tucked into a skirt! There’s quite a crazy variety of prints in tops, scarves and blouses available, so do drop by Uniqlo today!


Hi everyone! Chinese new year is coming and we at PicnicSunday Vintage have put up a lovely vintage collection that hopefully suits your needs. Also, we are having a special discount code, so if you spend more than $100 consisting of any of the items in the shop, key in CNY15SALE at checkout for 15% off your entire order! Discount code applicable till end of Jan 2012. Click here to see the collection now!

Hope everyone enjoys the festivities and all the goodies and food!

And do remember to like us on facebook for the latest updates and offers!


I used to love stuff in H&M whenever I visited Europe during my uni days and Norway when I started work. They had such a variety of stuff and all kinds of diverse designs. However, visiting H&M in HK a few years ago and in USA this year, I find H&M stuff getting more and more vanilla. I think they filter the stuff that goes out to the foreign branches, so in USA its very clean basics and I hoped the Singapore branch wouldn’t be the same.

I headed to H&M one weekday afternoon after a mad trying spree at Topshop Knightbridge (and I love topshop), so going from the great styles at topshop to H&M i wasn’t very blown away by the clothes there. But it was huge! 3 floors of goods means it was definitely more diverse than the branches I visited in US, but yet I couldn’t find anything that stood out enough to me to tackle the changing room queues or to want to purchase. They had very clean classic styles which were not my style but I have to say its a great shopping experience by the sheer volume of clothes there. And it wasn’t very overpriced either which was nice. Here’s some stuff that was quirky enough to stand out to me:

(l->r)The cutest hello kitty ear muffs, deer pullover and a very foxy clutch!

I’m not as excited about H&M arriving to Singapore but due to the size of the store here, I’m looking forward to H&M’s summer collection more next year!


A great mix of 12 dresses and blouses are up now! Check it out. 🙂 Click the below image to see it now!

till next time!


I recently discovered this great street snaps blog, based in New York and San Fran, and that means tons of people decked out in vintage. And going through it, I found so many great examples on how to wear certain vintage pieces, here are some of my favourites:

1. The vintage blouse

Picture credit to SFStyle

Vintage blouses have great versatility! Tuck it into some shorts or pants, or layer it with a cardi, to contrast the blouse or the collar. In Singapore, I love wearing vintage blouses with some denim shorts and its great for weekends.

Shop vintage tops here:

2. Oxfords/Vintage Shoes

Picture credit to SFStyle

I love these 2 looks, so so simple and classic. Their shoes just complete their simple looks. Pair vintage shoes with vintage dresses and a simple blouse and pants and it looks great!

Shop vintage shoes here:

3. The vintage dress

Picture credit to SFStyle

And of course the vintage dress! It’s the simplest statement piece, just accessorise with a belt, a great bag, or with a denim jacket as pictured. Vintage dresses can give you a great overall look and stand out from the crowd.

Shop vintage dresses here:

Happy Shopping!


We have launched a small shoe collection with 4 pairs of delectable vintage shoes!

1. Stormy Day Shoes: Labelled RED CROSS SHOES. Not sure where its made.

2. Yummy Brown Oxfords: Labelled connie. Made in Brazil.

3. Coffee Heeled Oxfords: Labelled NORSTROM. Made in Italy.

4. Striped Down Shoes: Labelled Pappagallo. Made in Spain.

Enjoy! 🙂


I was never a big fan of Vans shoes till I set eyes on these pair of shoes, the Camryn.

I own 2 pairs of this, one in Tan and one in Black/Gum. They are the perfect sneaker for pairing with that vintage dress or any floral dress for that matter.

Photos credit to Vans Shop

I bought a pair in US, and a was delighted to find it in Singapore too, so I bought it in another colour. It might still be at the shops. Vans has recently opened quite a few full fledged Vans shops here in Singapore and they were very helpful in helping me get my size. You can find Vans branches in Singapore at Orchard Central in Somerset or at Marina Square!


Collection 2 is finally out, I really hope something catches your eye!

Ray of Greenlight Dress >> Many Matchsticks Dress >> Anchored Firmly Dress
Oh So Professional Dress >> Peachy Floral Blouse >> Flowers and Lightning Dress

Yes Mam Dress >> Floral Garden Blouse >> Tri-Colour Goodness Greatness Dress >> Bunches of Flowers Dress
Fluttering in the Swirls Dress >> Leaf For a Cup of Joe dress >> Relaxed Tribal Tank

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