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My Eid Outfit

Hi girlies!!

This Eid celebration is a one of my great and wonderful reason I can get to dress up. I have picked colour palettes that are little softer, like beige, pink, light green and my favourite colour ever; purple for my Eid collection this time. I've included some 'flame' color outfit for a little more drama.

I prefer to dress more comfortably this year rather than last year outfit which I need to dress to a more 'nursing-friendly', but not this year. I can wear a two-piece baju kurung and rock the day without any hassle.

Take a look!
This is my outfit during day 1 of our Eid. I'm wearing a 'Batik' motive outfit and an emerald green scarf to match with my husband baju melayu outfit. Oh ya, this photo was taken by my little girl, so please excuse the poor lighting, hehe!
To adding more sassy look, I pull on the turquoise stone headpiece with my scarf. There are many ways to add some fun and glam to your outfit to make them special for Eid.
   I'm wearing a full beaded Vietnam Kurung on the second day of Eid. Since I'm travelling to relatives houses on that day, I prefer to wear a simple and express hijab.

On the third day of Eid, we have a family gathering at the husband's hometown. I picked a pastel color outfit to match with my husband outfit on that day.

This outfit was by Jovian Mandagie for Zalora. It has full beads on the centre of the cloth and it's definitely all girls staple because it perfect for days or evenings out. I match the kurung with brown colour scarf from The Poplook and cute pink handbag from Michael Kors.

I love the idea of wearing abaya during the night. It's the perfect modest outfit since it needs no extra accessories.  I just pair it with cute bag and I'm good to go!

Dressing a solid color would be only once in a while option for me, but this time around I bought few solid colour outfits for Eid celebrations.

A new versatile dress collection from Zawara with embellishment by way of diamonds around the waist and sleeves make it more outstanding than just a solid color outfit.
Goes by the name of Rihanna dress, the bodice and sleeves are fitted but not tight, and the sleeves feature an ingenious invisible zip which ease us to perform the ablutions. What I love most with this gown is that it has a nice fall and flowy front skirts when it's windy. I pair the dress with a gold colour scarf from CalaQisya.

This is another solid color outfit from my Eid collections.
This is an outfit by Minaz. The full A-line skirts with a layer underneath means that there is a chance of overheating when wearing the gown on hot days. If you're non-heavy sweater, then this outfit is perfect for a 'special occasion'. This dress has a long zip at the back, a long matching colour ribbon for additional stylish look, sequins at the sleeves and flower patch for additional highlights.  Wear this with a high heels and I'm ready to go.

Another collection of mine is from Bella Ammara Raya collection.
This is my favourite colour outfit: Purple.
Whether I'm going to be out and about visiting friends and family, I like to go back to our cultural roots with kurung. Fusion it up with cape, why not? I think this is one of ingenious invention by Bella Ammara. It is sleek and modern, easy way to cover up the arm and chest without unnecessary bulkiness.

So that's all from me.

Let's spread some love girls, share your Eid outfit with me!


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