Your Guide To SS21 Style: How To Wear Statement Pieces And Colours

Whether you’re attempting a dramatic new top or a bright colour that isn’t in your usual palette, we’ve got tips for you! 


Now that you’ve seen all of our new-season offerings from our designers, you’re probably setting your hearts on a few of them. Perhaps you’re finding yourself smitten by a bright yellow kimono, but you have no idea how you should be pulling it off. Or you pick out a set of matching jewellery pieces that you just have to have, yet you wonder if you might look like a Christmas tree if you wear them. 

Worry not – we’re here to help. 

In the first part of an ongoing series of style guides, we’re going to show you how to wear this season’s statement pieces and bold colours. By the end of it, you’ll be a pro at working these scene-stealing looks. 




Tip #1: Monochrome Magic 

Black or white pieces can help direct attention to your statement piece without risk of clashing. Here, a black skirt plays the perfect partner to a bright lemon-hued kimono. 

SS21 Signature Yellow Kimono, from Sean SheilaAurora Organza Long Skirt, from PH5. 


Tip #2: Just Add Jeans 


Ground a bold top with casual jeans! Not only does it tone down the dressiness of the look, it also offers a functional ensemble that won’t look sloppy. 

Kan Top, from Peggy HartantoLabel Skinny Fit Jeans, from KIMHEKIM. 


Tip #3Keep It Simple 

This tip works especially well for when you want to wear more statement-looking jewellery. Dial back on the outfit and stick to a simple neckline to avoid complicating the look. 

Tokonoma Jumpsuit, from Peggy Hartanto; Lotus Door Drop EarringsLotus Door Necklace, and Lotus Door Bracelet, all from P by Panache. 




Tip #1: Go To Great Lengths 

Experiment with a printed shirt dress over a pair of block-coloured trousers. You get plenty of function and drama! 

Basic Shirt Dress, from MINJUKIM; Kegon Pants, from Peggy Hartanto. 


Tip #2: Remember Your Accessories 


Wearing a block-coloured dress, but want to jazz it up a bit? Introduce an extra colour by adding a bright bag or shoe. 

Ruffle Dress in Black and Green, from MINJUKIM; Issa in Acqua, from Haliet. 


Tip #3Mix It Up 

When going for a head-to-toe colour, try playing with different textures! It adds visual depth to the look and introduces subtle drama. 

Shirt with Sash, from Jonathan Liang; Forest Skirt, from Tibaeg. 


We want to welcome you to experience our SS21 collections through a personalized session with our SocietyA Ambassadors, where you can experience the stories behind the designs, get useful fashion tips and be clued in on the newest styles. To book a styling appointment, please call +65 6331 4848, email or WhatsApp us at +65 9655 5161 

Shop all these pieces and more from your favourite Asian designer’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection by clicking here. 


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