So glad I got another chance to explore Haji Lane.
Strolling into the little lane as the rain stopped.
It was refreshing to see this hot pink graffiti wall.
It was cool how the pipes were painted over.
This is my second visit and again I am impressed.
This is the SaladShop at 25 Haji Lane. According to their Facebook page a fashion and home accessories shop.
Loving the architecture and the splashes of yellow. Love that Singapore is still filled with shophouses.
In this hip trendy place I see lots of creativity. Take the logo of this little shop for instance.
And here I try peeking into Pluck at 31 Haji Lane, described as a style emporium and ice cream palour on their Facebook page. In this hip area, all the shops are owned by the young and naturally they have Facebook pages.
Pretty pale yellow door.
Here’s the famous consignment wholesale store, theblogshop, at 35 Haji Lane. The last time I came all the stores were closed as it was a Sunday, so it was nice to see what it was like inside.
Sorry about all the reflection. The stuff inside does look nice.
The stairway of this little shop instantly attracted me.
Beautiful lampshade within.
Loved the squirrel logo at naturally, a shop known as Threadbare & Squirrel. They have an uber cool website as well with a virual tour of their boutique.
The old white window shutters framed in lilac, are so lovely.
Nice – red bike against this hot pink and black store. This is hip hop fashion store, Alley at 53A Haji Lane.
I liked looking out for features like old letterboxes.
So striking, I had to take another shot.
The fashionable people – next to them I am super unhip.
Loved the pink blue contrast in this shot.
Isn’t this the cutest waste paper basket ever? Just outside Wicked Laundry, another cool fashion store. This is at 76 Haji Lane.
Cute T shirt. I really have to drop by this lovely place again. I’ve heard the shops keep changing hands, but I do wish them success as it’s hard to own a business in ‘sky-high rental’ Singapore.
There’s a wonderful review of Haji Lane by blogger Serene at ‘Smell the Coffee’