Raya celebrations in Malaysia lasts for an entire month, so don’t shelve those dresses and baju kurungs just yet! Here are some looks to inspire your style for your next Hari Raya open house visit.

Timeless Yet Modern

H&M’s Raya collection is a colourful expression of style. It focuses on elegant pieces such as long floaty skirts, kimono-tunics, kaftans and embellished tops in cool, breezy fabrics. Along with the gorgeous range of womenswear, there are also adorable dresses for girls.

The Appeal Of Diversity

The festive offerings from Parkson include traditional wear, as well as contemporary wardrobe essentials. Comprising a range of different fashion labels, they marry the vibrant colours of the season with patterns found in the delicate architecture of Morocco.

Uplift Your Mood

The Alia B. woman is all ready for Raya, dressed in an array of looks and colours that symbolise optimism. Joy and love are expressed in shades of orchid and rose that soften into nude tones. Textures evoke a quiet grace with a selection of lace and embroidery.

Effortless Style
Fern’s latest batik pieces feature beautiful silhouettes in coral-inspired patterns and palettes. They are available in modern interpretations of the kebaya, as well as in the form of loose kaftans, robes, maxi dresses and sarongs – perfect for the season’s celebrations. 

Beauty In Contrasts

Melinda Looi takes inspiration from the lotus for this year’s Raya. Deconstructed and juxtaposed, the flower is reimagined to take the form of flattering silhouettes, designs and cuts, as well as unique detailing that fuses geometry and asymmetry.

Floral Bloom

Mag Lifestyle’s modestwear collection seeks to empower women through elegant designs. It includes pieces inspired by spring blooms, featuring florals and feminine nudes, dusty pinks and purples, grounded by rich maroon hues.

Demure Grace

Rico Rinaldi draws from the butterfly for his latest womenswear. The colour palette recalls the insect’s beautiful wings, with soft pastels and varied shades being a focus. Subdued yet sophisticated drapings cut a demure figure – perfect for Raya festivities.