A annual event to help raise funds towards CRIB’s programs, in particular CRIB’s charity arm CRIB Gives Back, and its beneficiary charity for the year.


Are you a warrior or a goddess? This was the question posed for this year’s Crib Ball. This pays tribute to Wonder Woman, the DC Comics warrior and demi-goddess character known to be a proponent of peace and advocates love for humankind. That also explains why the ball, which was held at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Hotel Singapore on Nov 29, had been themed “Island of Themyscira: Warriors and Goddesses”. That evening, female trailblazers and changemakers were recognised and celebrated for their outstanding achievements, inspiring stories, and entrepreneurial spirit.

(Read more on this exclusive article on TATLER…)

This year, to raise awareness fro CRIB, the ball and its philanthropic initiatives, Style Lease dressed 8 women, Aarika Lee, Melissa Koh,  Tjin Lee, Anna Haotanto, Loh May-Han, Denise Keller, Cheryl Wee and our very own founder Ang Jinyuan to the theme. Scroll for more campaign images and behind the scenes of the shoot!


Click on the photos above to see the respective dresses on our site!


-Dressed in Style Lease- 

Celebrating Mum 2018

This Mother’s Day 2018, we had the opportunity to collaborate with Flourish by Charlene to open an exclusive workshop for our patrons. We invited our subscribers and followers to bring their mothers along for a mother-daughter bonding session, inclusive of a floral arrangement workshop, personal styling session, topped off with a mother-daughter portrait shoot(post styling).

Scroll down to see some highlights and our favourite moments!


~ Floral Workshop ~


~ Styling Session ~


~ Portrait Shoot ~


Thank you to all you lovely ladies for coming down,

we hope you’ve enjoyed yourselves and feel closer to your mums after this session!



Style Lease


At the mention of “maternity wear”, images of tent-like dresses and often unsightly elastic panels come to mind. When dressing for a formal or black tie event, everyone wants to look smart and feel confident.This is particularly difficult for mummies-to-be, due to our ever-changing body shape.

Here are some ideas for nesting mothers who want to dress easily and comfortably but still want to look chic.



1.Simplicity is Key

Elongate your body by keeping to solid colours and long lines. Flowing dresses are a more forgiving style, falling gracefully over your bump and giving you more comfort and ease as well. Contrary to popular belief, wearing more accessories does not distract from your pregnancy.  Minimize on accessories to highlight the best accessory- your baby bump.


2.Wrap it Up
Many people think wearing bodycon clothing make you look bigger than you are. On the contrary, it’s one of the most flattering shapes. A wrapped style is especially forgiving and should be a staple in all maternity wardrobes.
Wrap dresses are also the most versatile as you can wear it throughout your pregnancy, emphasising on your curves and minimising your flaws.



3.Show some Skin

For most mummies to be, clothing is usually preferred to be less revealing to conceal bloating and less flattering areas of the body. Many think showing skin usually refers to decolletage, midriff or legs, but there is one area that is often forgotten.
Backless gowns are a classy way of making you feel more alluring, and has a lesser chance of letting you suffer any wardrobe malfunctions.
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A well said quote we all know “ A perfect marriage, is just two imperfect people who refuse to give up on each other”. Hence we have weddings that are meant to be beautiful and “a happily ever after” memories to look forward to. Pre wedding photo shoot has become such an important trend in the run up to the wedding day, in order to give a chance to tell your stories through images taken by wedding photographers in Singapore.

An exclusive collaboration with Androidsinboots photography we proudly announce our bridal bundle package :

Any 2 gowns from premium range or 1 gown from luxury range just at $300.


*Check out the shoot series and find out more at the store







All women want to look their best, especially when the occasion calls for it, such as when the dress code dictates you have to don an evening gown. Like most women, you will probably be interested in minimising your “figure flaws”.

Style Lease, shares some tips on selecting the best dresses for each concerned area you may have, to best flatter your figure.

If your area of concern is flabby arms:

Fret not if you don’t have perfectly toned biceps and triceps, sleeved dresses or pieces that incorporate a cape would help hide your flaws.

Recommended picks from Style LeaseCristallini lace sewn velvetHalston Heritage bronze  drape gownHalston Heritage white cape gownCristallini sheer sleeved pleated gown.


If your area of concern is having broad shoulders or being busty:

Most women are the object of envy when they have broad shoulders or a large bust. However, not all kinds of styles flatter these assets, and in particular, you should avoid pieces with heavy detailing on the top and halter neck styles as they will draw attention to your areas of concern.

Instead, choose a mermaid style dress with a defined corset to accentuate your bust would be ideal. Alternatively, pick a piece that has diagonal details at the top or one that has cut out shoulders to create the illusion of a more proportionate figure.

Recommended picks from Style LeaseAG Studio theia spaghetti strap embellished bodycon dressCristallini silk pleated gown in burgundyHalston Heritage metal crepe gownBCBGMAXAZRIA contrast gown. 

If your area of concern is a flabby tummy:

This is one of the areas that most ladies are concerned about, but the good news is that there are still many ways to look fabulously stylish. There are many styles that are flattering – layering, vertical lines, asymmetrical tops, drapes, peplums add structure to your figure with more defined bust and waist areas and cover up the tummy area.

Recommended picks from Style LeaseHalston Heritage chiffon gownHalston Heritage green drape gownBCBGMAXAZRIA coral drape gownSheike prestige maxi dress.

If your area of concern is large and curvy hips:

Sexy and feminine hips are definitely a good asset, but pieces with a maxi cut won’t flatter your feminine figure. If you have a curvy bottom, you will want to draw the attention away from your bottom half. Pick dresses with a high slit that show off your legs or those with an A-line silhouette and flowy empire waist cut.

Recommended picks from Style LeaseVera Wang cross back gown; AG Studio silver beaded gownAG Studio black beaded bustierExcape nightway plunging illusion velvet gown.




Finding a dress for bridesmaids can be time consuming process and has been the same essentially since the beginning of time, where usually the bride picks the gown and the bridesmaids have to shell out couple of bucks. But Amanda Leong and her squad did it differently by coming to our style lease showroom for their fitting along with bridesmaids shoot. The boutique turned into a very delightful fun set, for the girls to have their moments with the bride to be.

“Popping champagne,laughter,smiles and joy”, Amanda Leong definitely brought an experience for the girls by dressing them up in pretty pink robe, with crystal-embellished bridesmaid written on it.Having a crazy time at the shoot , the bridesmaids got to choose their perfect gowns and accompanied Miss ASEAN 2013 bride to be looking absolutely gorgeous.

Check out the shoot images and enjoy our latest new bridesmaids package.

“$90/Pax (min 5 bridesmaids)”
-1 hr private fitting + styling session with bride/1 evening wear/pax
-complimentary elite membership ( worth $20 each)
-1.5 hr photo session with optional add ons.

Amanda Leong and her squad look pretty happy in their pink robes – Nuraliza Osman, Bunny Ta , Shanaz and Dee.


Fitting and styling session with bride-to-be at Style lease showroom-A golden moment well captured by Photographer Aaron Chu

A perfect reason to smile 

At last we have to say ” Happy Bridesmaids Make A Blissful Bride”.