I was introduced to ButtonNStitch about a year ago. They are one of the rare e-commerce sites in Singapore which targets males instead of females.
ButtonNStitch‘s focus is on formal dress shirts; with attention to details on the choice of fabric and cut, at a reasonable price.
They do not make bespoke shirts like CYC, but they do offer a variety in style, carrying straight and slim cut formal shirts for every style listed on their site.
ButtonNStitch has a very user-friendly navigation environment. For men, there are just a few key items to take note of when buying a formal shirt – size (in inches), fit (slim or straight), colour and pattern on the fabric. All these options are available on the left-hand side bar on the site:
To me, ButtonNStitchfeels like the Japanese no-frills express haircut services in the online world, catering to the same group of time-starved, wallet-conscious, yet style-demanding urban men.
The site holds regular sale. Hence do check back for discounts.
The business is based in Singapore and they use Singapore Post (Free) and DHL Express (Chargeble) to handle your dress shirt package and ensure timely delivery. Dress shirts purchased for standard delivery will be free of charge. If you opt for express international delivery via DHL, actual cost of carriage will be billed to you. You will be informed of the cost for express delivery and will be required to agree to pay such costs before confirming your purchase.
The one-night only signature mall event presented exclusive treats for shoppers, from live entertainment to roving fashion shows, special in-store activities and many retailer offers. Lucky shoppers also walked away with 250 gift redemptions from Oroton, Pandora, Penhaligon’s, TODAI, as well as tickets to the upcoming Starlight Express show by Andrew Lloyd Webber showing 13-24 November at the MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands.
The night saw a brilliant display of two roving fashion shows featuring the season’s latest trends from 18 participating retailers at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
The two roving fashion shows throughout the night displayed the season’s latest trends from 18 fashion labels at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Participating retailers were 6Five Barcode, adidas, Anne Fontaine, Evisu, Germain, Guess, Harley Davidson, Ferrari, iROO, Juicy Couture, Marisfrolg, Miss Sixty, MOISELLE, N.Tyler, Salon by Surrender, Tommy Hilfiger Denim, Pashma and Porsche Design:
Shoppers also grooved to the best beats at the VIP Party Bar with special guest DJs from KU DE TA Joshua (Head Resident DJ) and DJ Deepak (Resident DJ) helming the decks. Live music acts including Jazz at The Shoppes and a string quartet performance also injected smooth vibes, lending a soothing respite to all.
Amidst the shopping extravaganza, shoppers get to enjoy complimentary champagne upon arrival, free popcorn and candy floss. Two mock photo studios set up by LUMEN gave fashionistas a glimpse into all the excitement that takes place behind the scenes of a fashion photo shoot.
British fragrance house Penhaligon’s also launched its new perfume – the Iris Prima – on VIP Fashion Night. The Iris Prima is an elegant scent that offers a fascinating glimpse into the magical world of ballet:
Come 9 to 19 October, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands will present Fashion Week 2013, its largest ever fashion show on property over an 11-day extravaganza. Organised by FIDé Fashion Weeks, the highly anticipated fashion event will see over 30 inspiring presentations of Men’s and Women’s Prêt-à-Porter and Couture labels that are set to blaze Asia’s fashion scene. Get your tickets now. (Tickets start from S$20 for a single show)