Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Chinese Kung Fu Shirt

I simply adore tradition. And with Chinese New Year fast approaching, I look forward to adhering to the tradition for the sake of festivity such as no sweeping on the first day of the Lunar New Year, giving of angpows (money in red packets) to the young & single, lots & lots of oranges to symbolise "gold", etc etc.

During the last CNY, my son was only 8 months young. It was an adorable age and my mom bought him a gold traditional outfit. Boy! He looks absolutely adorable! This coming CNY, he will be a year older, running about everywhere. Told hubby that we should stick to the tradition and dress him up in a chinese kung fu shirt as well *smile*.

I find it rather difficult to shop for boys but when it comes to girls, there are abundance of choices in the shopping malls. Luckily, this mother recommended me Domii - a fashion outlet exclusively for boys clothing. I was ecstatic!

The above sample might look a bit "mature" for my toddler son, but don't despair ... Domii offers very exciting choices for all occasions. Be it a party, or casual wear and even smart formal wear and festive choices too!

I was rather surprised to find out that Metrojaya outlets have their range too in addition to their own outlet located on the first floor of The Curve. Or if you are FB (Facebook) fan like me ... check out ...dommiboyswear.

And specially for blogging mommies (or daddies), do check out the opportunity to win a RM88 voucher for your shopping spree! Closing date is 20 December but its never too early to try your luck! Happy Blogging friends!


mumsgather said...

I've linked to you. Thanks for participating.

Anonymous said...

i tried looking for one today but none looked good so i only got a dress for my girl!

Kristie said...

yup i have to start looking for cny clothing for my my little one too! :)

gd luck in getting one, ur son looks so cute!

Mommy to Chumsy said...

ooo...very nice. every year, my dad would buy chinese traditional costume for Ashley to wear during the CNY ;)