How 12 Local Celebs Huat Their Outfits For CNY
Happy Lunar New Year! You might either be visiting relatives or recovering from a hangover as you read this (and as such, might appreciate these tips). We’ve given you a lot of tips on what to wear for CNY and even your lucky colours to wear in the Year of the Pig, but have you wondered what the local celebs wore to celebrate the occasion? We trawled through their Instagram accounts to put it together for you. Scroll through the gallery to see the celebs looking haut (see what we did there?) in their outfits.
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The actress wrote that she would be wearing this yellow dress for Chinese New Year (it was a sponsored post, but we’re taking her word for it). She is spending CNY with her husband’s family in Guangzhou and in a photo she uploaded yesterday, she seemed to be wearing a casual ensemble of pink top with black padded jacket because you know, China is super cold.
Not sure if this is what the Queen of Caldecott really wore to celebrate CNY, but that outfit is snatch! And we love how she wore red from head to toe, from the outfit to the accessories. So huat!
The local actress opted for a combo we love: dress with sneakers. You know, because walking around for house visiting can be tiring. The chiffon fabric gives off playful vibes and pretty cooling for Singapore’s weather too.
We hope we could one day be at Narelle’s level of extra because look at those pants. Would totally wear if we were as courageous as The Sam Willows member.
In Singapore, when you wear a red-and-white combo, people tend to make the snarky remark that you look like the Singapore flag, but Rebecca looks so elegant in this colour palette! We love the crop top and wide-leg pants combination, which accentuate her height.
If you’re not one who goes for OTT outfits, you’ll love Ya Hui’s simple shirt dress (or is it a romper?!) in the huat colour. She jazzed it up with a pair of statement earrings and red nails to boot.
Trust the model to be able to pull anything off. She opted for a shift dress that gives retro vibes and looked 10/10 in it. We also love how she added accents to the outfit with a huge gold necklace and red socks!
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Instead of going full red, she toned her bright red skirt down by pairing it with a black top. Check out her cute orange bag that we totally want to get our hands on! Also, sneakers FTW.
Lit is the first word that came to mind when we saw her outfit because she looks AMAZING. A matching top-and-bottom combo can look tacky but Kimberly worked it by opting for a crop top and skirt with thigh-high slit to avoid looking frumpy.
Can wear black or not during CNY? Can lah, as long as you have a cute red bag to make up for the luck. Kim got on the fringe trend this festive season with a cute black dress.
If you want to huat from head to toe but don’t want to look like a walking red packet, go for prints like Arissa did. She completed the boho vibes with a pair of cute statement earrings.
She not only huat-ed her outfit with a pink top and red skirt, but also her Instagram post with this cute design. This is the kind of outfit you might want to wear if you’re visiting bae’s parents for the first time during CNY.