The Chinese New Year festive period is when you finally get to dress up in resplendent clothing and wow your relatives and friends while deflecting awkward questions about your relationships, salary and personal life. There is no solution to the latter, but if you are in need of some inspiration on CNY outfits other than cheongsams or tang shirts, check out what these artistes from Royal Entertainment donned during their celebrations!
Sporting an oversized T-shirt from fashion brand「ADLV」along with ripped jeans and a necklace to match, Lawrence has gone for a simple yet classy streetwear look as he spends a leisurely Chinese New Year back home in Malaysia. No wonder he’s exuding such radiance!
Chic and elegant, Joy Chiang opts for a blue lace dress with chiffon sleeves that is easy on the eyes and perfect to grace any house visitation. It also hints of a departure from her usual style of accentuating her svelte waistline. More joyful news to come, perhaps?
Comfort is the name of the game for Jason Lim as he hits the streets, with a relaxed lightweight beige shirt and khaki pants providing a great foil to his hair highlights. The two roomy pockets on his shirt also come in wonderfully handy for angbao collection!
Foyce Le Xuan
Nothing screams Chinese New Year vibes more than a bright red outfit, but if there’s anyone who can pull it off, it has to be Foyce Le Xuan. A pussycat bow of sorts to top things off ensures her flamboyant presence is keenly felt at any occasion.
No doubt more unconventional as Chinese New Year attire, Terry Tan nevertheless looks very much at ease in a denim Tibetan Chuba, which hails from an indie Tibetan designer based in Lhasa who combines traditional Tibetan clothing with urban streetwear. Adding a harmonious touch to the theme is a mask chain from local jewelry designer Dharma Darlings.
With the festive period often reaching sweltering temperatures, Mireen Ng is certainly prepared to combat the heat with a felicitous combination of a Coach Signature Tiger T-shirt and denim skirt that’s practical and youthful. Her red pompom drop earrings are pretty well thought-out too.
Decked in a plaid shirt, iconic Champion script logo tee, vintage slim pants and a timeless Yankees cap, Nick Yang is the epitome of cool in every sense. It’s also an outfit that doesn’t look out of place be it walking down Orchard Road or down the corridor of your relatives’ block.
One can never go wrong during Chinese New Year with a graceful red dress that brings out a sense of auspiciousness and passion in equal measure. Formal but not overly loud, Florence Wang is definitely looking sweet and ready to impress.