Posted on Thursday, 8 September 16 by Ashikin Hamidon
I love abstract monochrome designs. So when I saw the Baju Kurung Pahang Samira by OOH, I immediately fell in love with it. It's such a simple yet elegant piece. The abstract monochrome design gives such a fresh and modern twist on the classic Baju Kurung Pahang that we all adore. What I also like about this piece is that it's versatile. It can be worn on all occasions, from casual outings to more festive, glamourous events. It can also serve as your go-to outfit when relatives and friends come over for house-visiting. Apart from that, I also appreciate the lightweight cotton it's made out of because it feels comfortable even after a long day out.
The Baju Kurung Pahang Samira even comes in kids sizes! This is perfect for all of you mothers out there who want a matching set for your little girls.
Abstract monochrome designs can be difficult to match. This makes the black Seroja Doll Scarf by Fazura's House of Doll perfect to complete this look. I think the bawal-style scarf is slowly making it's way back to our hearts. Recently I've noticed more young ladies and Malaysian models donning this style. This personally was one of the first few times I tried styling my hijab this way but I was surprised that it's actually quite easy to style! Let me know if you'd like a short tutorial on how I styled it here.
I think we often think satin scarfs are difficult to manage and may not be comfortable in Singapore's heat. But the Doll Scarf by Fazura is made of high-quality pearl satin fabric which makes it cooling and doesn't slip around too much. So it's suitable even for school or work when you're mostly on the move.
You can consider getting these gorgeous pieces for your Hari Raya Haji. Everything is available online at the RoseValley website.
Happy shopping ladies and have a great weekend ahead!