Fashion in pictures: Timelessly chic designs for Hari Raya 2020

  • Style
  • Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Hanya's Serein Raya collection symbolises the calm after the storm. It experiments with soft lace and subtle embellishments. The bottoms in this collection are either a biased cut, or a tie sarung that is effortless or a skirt with strategic draping to accentuate your curves. The colour pallete ranges from soft nudes to emerald, maroon and burnt orange.

While Hari Raya this year is expected to be a muted affair fashion-wise, dressing up will still remain a big part of the festivities. Malaysian designers and labels are returning to the basics for the occasion, either with classic silhouettes or demure designs.

The idea is that you'll be able to reuse your Raya clothes, either as a dressed-down look or an outfit for other events. If you're thinking of adopting the capsule wardrobe trend, maybe this a good time to start?

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