Chinese New Year’s outfits for kids


Chinese New Year is approaching fast. It’s not difficult to find cute cheongsams for little girls in KL. For the type that you wear for just a few times, I normally head to Tesco or AEON, and most department stores and Central Market sell some beautiful cotton ones. But if you want to do your shopping from the comfort of your home, here are a few picks to help you along:CNy cheongsam shopping image

  1. A-line turquoise cheongsam from a local Etsy seller, RM 143
  2. Floral print cheongsam RM42 from Lazada.
  3. Mum and daughter cheongsam from a local Etsy seller, Rm 205.
  4. Cheongsam with a Frozen brooch RM 59.90 from Lazada.
  5. Batik cheongsam from a local Etsy seller, RM 133.

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  1. […] As Malaysia has a number of annual festivals, if you have school aged kids you should really have a selection of appropriate outfits handy. If you don’t want to spend a lot of money, Tesco is a safe bet. Be early though, since they tend to run out of sizes. Central market has a good selection of traditional clothes also in better quality. More tips for shopping for cheongsams in KL in this post. […]

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