Are you into soft colorblocking with the inclusion of minimal lace in your baju kurung? Then, this post is dedicated especially for you.
For today’s dose of baju raya 2016 inspiration, I would like to pinpoint your direction to the gorgeous modern baju kurung by Lubna.
These will appeal to those who appreciate subtle colorblocking – that isn’t too in-your-face — feminine lace detailing that isn’t overpowering and a flared high-low top hemline that will move as you move and we all know how I love these three things. What’s even more awesome is that these come at a price tag of RM 155 and if you’re all about shopping on a budget, these lace kurungs by Lubna are worth checking out.
But shop them, you must — quickly because by the looks of how the Raya collection is flying off of the virtual shelves on Zalora Malaysia, these might just be all nabbed by tomorrow!
So without further ado, let’s eyeball the 4 dreamy baju kurungs down below. Enjoy!
4 Dreamy Lace Baju Kurung Modern To Wear For Syawal 2016 Festivities
Brown + Dusty Purple Lace Kurung
Maroon + Brown Lace Kurung
Grey + Dusty Pink Lace Kurung
Mint Green + Baby Pink Lace Kurung
How To Shop?
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Which lacy baju kurung would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!
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