Luxury online shopping can get a little tricky. Many of our favourite labels do not have online stores catering to the Singapore market (yet), and policies can be confusing on multi-label websites. So here’re 10 of the hottest bags we have on our wishlist, and some tips when shopping on these sites.
To celebrate the launch of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands’ new online retail site, shoppers who spend a minimum of $1,000 and $3,000 will stand to receive a $50 or $150 shopping voucher respectively, from now until May 31.
While Dior might now have an online store (yet), dial any of their boutiques and a friendly Sales Assistant will assist you with your order.
Farfetch offers a flat shipping fee for orders above $350.
Not only is delivery complimentary on Louis Vuitton’s online store, so are exchanges and returns.
While Ssense does not process direct exchanges, they do accept full refunds.
Farfetch offers free returns on all orders that meet their return policy (unworn, undamaged and unused, with all tags attached and in the original packaging).
If the item you have purchased goes on sale or has its price reduced within 14 days of having placed the order, Ssense will refund the difference onto the original method of payment.
You can arrange for a free collection when you wish to return your Net-a-Porter item. But taxes and duties apply!
Although Givenchy doesn’t have an online store, the website informs you of stock availability at each outlet.
Ssense’s customer care service is available 24/7 which offers peace of mind when making a high-value purchase.