Customising your made-to-order designs is half the fun of owning an Elizabeth Little heirloom! There are so many design possibilities, from putting together coordinated outfits for the whole family to creating your next dream dress.
Here's a look at what some of our clients have come up with over the years!
Carissa wears the Carrie Olivia Rainbow Dress customised with a circle skirt:
A matching ladies' dress and men's shirt in the beautiful Renaissance print:
Joline and her family enjoy designing coordinated family outfits every Lunar New Year:
Based overseas? We can also work on customised designs even if you're not in Singapore!
Let us know what you have in mind, and we'll work with you on fabric pairing and finding the right fit.
Another coordinated mother-daughter outfit in the Peony Scarlet print.
Mei Lee wears the Carina Smocked Cheongsam and her daughter, Jaime, wears the Mariko Cheongsam:
Bettina and her family show how to wear Elizabeth Little prints without being too "matchy matchy", a great choice for older children who are exploring their style:
If you have older kids, bringing them to the studio to choose their own prints can become a much-anticipated family ritual every year.
Twinning outfits are always popular at Elizabeth Little.
Left: Dancing Blooms print in the Charlie Jumpsuit (mum) and Kiki Cheongsam (daughter). Right: Betsy Hope in the Carina Smocked Cheongsam (mum) and Leonor Heirloom Smocked Dress (daughter).
All boys in the family? Let them get in on the fun too.
Here's an idea of how you can use the same print in different designs. Pictured: customised Nobu Shirt.
Many families also like to design coordinated outfits for occasions beyond holidays, such as family portraits.
Left: The cross-back Hana Dress is an option for both mum and daughter, while the Nico Shirt in linen remains a popular choice as the long sleeves can be rolled up and secured into a short-sleeved design.
Right: The Hana is also available as a baby romper for girls.
Looking for a meaningful gift? Customise with monogramming options!
Here Carissa and her daughter, Hannah, wear matching aprons while making cookies together in the kitchen: