The fasting month for Muslims is starting real soon! If you haven’t yet started prepping for your upcoming Hari Raya outfits, here are some ideas! Whether it is ready-to-wear outfits or some bespoke options, there are plenty of choices to welcome Raya in style and comfort.
The collection named ‘The Bread Winner’ is inspired by the pre-French revolution era circa 1780s. If you love asymmetrical peplums, bell sleeves and folds that come in pastel and rich colour palettes, this is your go-to Raya wear for 2018. The collection by Fizi Woo is priced from RM490 to RM650.
If you love pops of colours for Raya, Eighty One’s Candy Raya collection may take your fancy. Made from batik, the collection, inspired by Barbie, brings a special mix of colours for that sweet yet exclusive style. There are the Kebaya, Peplum, Pario and Mermaid skirts, and you can have so much fun by mixing and matching your look.
For your non-traditional Hari Raya outfit, Love Bonito has come out with a modest capsule collection. Flowy, casual and pastel coloured tops, pants, dresses and even jumpsuits feature here. Definitely comfortable to move about, a consideration if you have a lot of open house invitations!
This year, Rico Rinaldi‘s collection – Raya – Summeraya – features a lot of lush, modern pieces. If you’d like to make a statement with the pleats, peplum styles and extravagant sleeves this Raya, their ready-to-wear collection is for you.
Come dressed in vibrant colours and bold designs this Hari Raya. Ezzati Amira‘s collection will probably have you standing out and make you the talk of the family! It’s also loose and comfortable enough so that you can eat all the lemang, ketupat, rendang and other Raya delights you wish.
A collection which was inspired by the traditional kebaya comes with a modern twist. You’ll see a lot of draping, scallop edges and floral embroidery made from a mixture of materials and colours. On top of all that, fans of rhinestone embellishments and fine lace will also be pleased with this collection from Khoon Hooi!
Two designers, Iryana and Diana, helm the brand Deir. Fancy sleeves and pretty colours with interesting materials are what’s in store here. Their take on traditional wear also features plenty of modern and standout designs, so you can definitely have a unique look for Raya.
The combination of fashion and art can be seen in Ong Shunmugam‘s design for their second season of Raya. The designs are just breathtaking. There’s a little bit of lace here and there, fringe, tassels and even hand-drawn detailing. So, twirl away in an Ong Shunmugam bespoke ensemble!
If you plan on donning a look with lots of floral and leafy prints, Alia B‘s Raya collection is just simply gorgeous and stylish. With flowy, loose fitting to body fitting options, each look was made with comfort in mind. Choose from bright hues, earthy tones and even dark tones.
Featuring their signature unique print lace, with pale and white Japanese florals, Yadotsa‘s Raya collection will be a feast for the eyes. Mummies have a wide selection here, and Yadotsa gives you a choice of draped kurungs, tiered kurungs and even crop kurung.
Always elegant and irresistible, Whimsigirl have done it again for this year’s Eid collection. With the loveliest shades and comfiest cuts, some with practical pockets to boot, mummies may have a hard time deciding on which outfit to get from this ever impressive brand.
And there you have it, have a blast shopping for Raya, and have a blessed month of Ramadan. For kids’ Raya collections, come back to makchic tomorrow for a great list!