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Here's How You Can Dress Like Singapore's Coolest It Girls

We break down how you can dress just like the coolest of the crop, from the likes of musician Narelle Kheng to girlboss Mae Tan.

#1: Linda Hao

At 32k followers, the Shanghainese designer behind local fashion label Yesah is best known for her quirky and bold looks that overflow with individuality. No outsider to the fashion world, Linda has styled editorial spreads, commercials and films, and is currently making a name for herself in music now, deejaying for the coolest fashion events like Chanel, Furla and Topshop, just to name a few. A true multi-hyphenate indeed. Here, she channels the ’80s era by layering a scarf over a denim midi dress with a hat to match.

#2: Aarika Lee

As a mother of two, our very own Female collective member goes for an effortless, relaxed yet put together look on most days. Her looks consist mainly of flowy linen and cotton pieces, Boho-inspired sandals, statement earrings and of course, an assortment of headwraps that have become signature to her style.

#3: Trishna Goklani

Golden hour hangs in @bimbaylola 🌞

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Former stylist at a local magazine and a fashion journalism student about London town currently, the Female Collective member is no stranger to the scene.  Her presence on social media (at 19.4k Instagram followers) is justified with her stylish OOTD pictures with snazzy film filters, often with a contagiously cheery grin from ear to ear. Here, she kills a perfect day to nighttime look in a casual chic outfit.

#4: Amanda Keisha Ang

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She’s a member of our Female Collective and co-founder of Attagirl, a DJ collective that’s all for girl power. Signature to her edgy and daring look is black clothing pieces (lots of them) and no lack of grunge-inspired accessories like chokers and a badass septum ring, all of which are further emphasised by her blunt cut bangs, winged eyeliner and painted pout. Now that’s what we call one edgy grrrl.