7 Toga Tops To Cop From Singaporean Brands | Clozette

Inspired by ancient Greek fashion, the toga top has been recreated to suit the styles of modern women. And because of its versatility, this classic piece will forever have room in our closets. Read on as cleo.com.sg shares their picks of different toga styles by Singaporean brands.

Little Black Toga

Runafter Little Black Toga Top, SGD129

This is the toga top equivalent of the little black dress. Chic and classic, you can pair it with almost anything!

Sugar And Spice

The Velvet Dolls Sweet And Spice, SGD30.90

Achieve the perfect balance of sweet and sexy in this sleeved ruffled toga top. Match this to casual jeans or a white midi skirt.

One Of A Cut

Megamie One Of A Cut Dress, SGD29.50

Forget the regular dress. Choose this one with a toga cut for a refreshing twist.

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Sporting an effortlessly stylish ensemble to kick-start your trip can be a headache to plan. We all know about the crazy lines and multitudes of people we have to deal with as we pass through airports, with the added factor of having to stay in a flight for an hour or even more. So being at our most comfortable should be an absolute priority, on top of the fact that documenting your entire trip also starts with an Instagrammable airport outfit.

But as always, we've got you covered. If you're jetting off somewhere soon, we listed down our favourite celeb airport looks that are easy to cop for your upcoming trip.


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There's just something so comfortable about oversized pieces, especially if you're spending long hours in a stuffy airplane cabin. But if you're still having doubts as to how you can rock a jacket that's at least twice your size, jot down some notes from RiRi's scene-stealer look and try to balance it out with bottoms that also make a statement. Don't forget to channel her 'ready-to-take-the-world' vibe, too, for the full effect.

Jessica Jung 

Want to keep it clean, casual, and classy? Jessica Jung's look from her trip to Berlin last year takes the crown home for all three! Take inspo from this effortless ensemble with your own version of a knit dress and ankle high boots that are perfect for a plane-to-photo-op kind of day. 

Kristen Stewart

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From bagging multiple international acting awards and nominations (Milan International Film Fest, anyone?) to being more open about her sexuality and getting real when it comes to mental health issues, it's fair to say that K-Stew is more than the actress who portrayed the lead in Twilight. And if you've been keeping tabs on her through the years, it's easy to see that she owns her style and is not afraid to be authentic about it. So if you're all for a style inspo that exudes spunk even in its simplest form, take hints from Kristen's white-shirt-and-plaid-pants ensemble (oh, and spot the bold choice in bag, too!).

Park Shin Hye

Park Shin Hye is not just popular in South Korea, but also to international fans because of countless K-drama hits listed under her filmography. But besides her acting skills, her style is also something that is definitely worth your attention. Cop this girl-next-door vibe for your next travel by playing with pieces and elements harmonised by a colour scheme.



We're always on the lookout for the latest trends in fashion, but we also never forget about the classics. They're wardrobe staples because of their versatility. But there are also new takes on the classics, and we're just as excited about them. Here are just some of the cool ways to wear one of our favourites — denim, as shown by our Community.


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