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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Ladies Salt-Water Sandals at Soon Lee


Naomi and I love our Salt-Water sandals and we get a kick out of wearing matching pairs with our daughters. We think Salt-Waters are the perfect summer sandal because there's no need to bring an extra pair of shoes or slippers when the day calls for swimming. Salt-Water sandals are waterproof, and salt water proof, in fact! Hence the name.

I also like wearing my Salt-Water sandals when its raining, especially in rainy Singapore. I don't have to worry about my shoes getting wet in the rain. Much better and dressier than wearing flip flops too!

So I am super happy to share ladies, that Salt-Water sandals in ladies sizes are now available in Singapore at Soon Lee on Haji Lane! So when you are in the Bugis area, and specifically on Haji Lane, make sure to drop by the store!


Soon Lee is the sister store of Rockstar by Soon Lee in Cathay Cineleisure by Orchard Road, on Grange Road. Like Rockstar, Soon Lee is well-curated and filled with great finds from all over.


Girls, get your Salt-Water sandals at Soon Lee this summer! These are going to be your warm and rainy weather wardrobe staple, promise! 

For news and updates on Salt-Water Sandals in Singapore, add Salt-Water Sandals Singapore on FACEBOOK!

Soon Lee
23 Haji Lane
Singapore 189216
http://ishopsoonlee.blogspot.com/

4 comments:

GirlieBlogger@Beauty Fashion Blog Seattle said...

ah. miss sandal season.

Kaye Limlingan said...

another mommy here guilty of wanting to have a matching salt water sandals with my daughter. hahhaha. too bad I only knew of this now. ordered my SWS a few weeks ago online. will definitely visit this shop next time we're in bugis. :)

CHRISTINE DYCHIAO said...

@Girlie Blogger: Soon it will be spring! =)

Kaye, sayang! It's been available at Soon Lee since January! Would love it if you could visit the shop!

Amor said...

Got 2 pairs (1 for me and 1 for Mama) from Soon Lee thru a friend who visited the shop over the weekend. They look so purty! Haha My year old red ones still look good even after exhausting them in the unpredictable KL rains. Worth it :)

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