Every year, online and offline stores offer the latest Hari Raya collections featuring modern upgrades to the traditional baju kurung, baju melayu or baju kebaya, appealing to those who prefer bold and unconventional looks.
With less than a week left to Hari Raya, which happens on 25 June, here are some options to help you with some last- minute shopping, especially if you have yet to purchase your outfits.
Once again, Japanese casual wear brand Uniqlo has collaborated with British muslim fashion designer Hana Tajima, offering simple, contemporary and elegant designs for those who like a minimalistic style.
The full collection is available at UNIQLO’s flagship Orchard Central outlet and online. Prices range from S$19.90 for a Bottleneck Long Sleeve T-shirt to S$79.90 for a full-length dress.
Image credits: UNIQLO
Popular online fashion retailer ZALORA has introduced new collaborations with Muslimwear designers this year, in addition to its in-house label Zalia, one of its all-time best-selling brands.
This year, exclusive collections by ready to wear apparel brands such as Jovian Mandagie for Zalora, Kree for ZALORA, Lubna, PETRA, Rizalman for Zalora, and Tom Abang Saufi for ZALORA are also available, in addition to ZALORA’s own Zalia and Zalia Homme for men.
It might be late, but you can opt for express shipping for an additional S$8.90 to ensure you receive your purchases in time for Monday.
Prices range from S$12.90 for a floral shawl to S$489.90 for a two-piece Naila Baju Kurung.
Image credits: Zalia, JLuxe and Jovian Mandagie for Zalora
Multi-label boutique, En Pointé, stocks a curated assortment of ready-to-wear pieces from popular Malaysian labels like Ezzati Amira, Mimpikita, Fiziwoo, Syomirizwa Gupta, and more.
If you are looking for exclusive pieces, this is one store you should visit as they stock limited pieces per design and it is not as likely that you’ll bump into someone wearing the same thing.
Head over to their boutique located on 735 North Bridge Road (closed on Mondays) to get your last-minute outfits.
Image Credits: En Pointe’s Instagram
Online fashion store FashionValet offers a widely curated range of ready-to-wear pieces from some of Malaysia’s best home-grown brands and designers such as Cosry, Fiziwoo, Alia B, Kree, Lana, Khoon Hooi and more.
If what you want are clean silhouettes with a contemporary twist, they have an outlet located at 313@Somerset. Alternatively, you can shop online but we recommend you to make your order by 20 June 2017 to get your outfits in time for Raya.
Prices online range from S$26.86 for an Alira Scarf to S$648.72.
Image Credits: FashionValet
5. Aab Collection
Hailing from the UK, Aab offers classic, modern, chic and often interchangeable pieces that work together to create an entire wardrobe that works for any occasion.
We love their flowy styles and the intricate details introduced to their designs, such as the heavy embroidery and embellishments, with each collection taking inspiration from Islamic calligraphy, art and architecture.
You can opt for International Express shipping to Singapore to receive your order within 3 working days (Mon – Fri) at the rate of £27.95
If you would like to support a home-grown brand, Manja, previously a lifestyle magazine by MediaCorp Suria, has collaborated with MODESTyle Group to launch an exclusive 18-piece fashion line with prices ranging from S$49 to S$129.
Opt for FedEx Express International Priority to receive your package within 1 -3 business days.
Image Credits: Modestyle, Mediacorp Suria
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