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Fashionista NOW: Short Embroidered Kebaya Tops For Raya 2016

Short Embroidered Kebaya Tops For Raya 2016

Party in effortless style this Raya in these gorgeous short kebaya tops by SUEKA SUEKA.

I wrote of the indie clothing label last year and it has one of the most memorable modern kebaya collections ever when it comes to the use of soft colors and subtle designs.

When I saw how these embroidered kebaya tops were styled casually with white tapered pants on ZALORA as opposed to the usual long skirts, I just was compelled to share them with you. Not only because they come in such awesome wearable solid chunks of colors and charming embroidery along with the classic wrap-around buttons, they also carry the much loved flared sleeves that are so on trend right now.

Without further ado, let us eyeball the heart-melting kebaya tops that can be worn with both skirts and pants you already have in your closet.

 

Beautiful Kebaya Tops To Wear This Eid 2016

 

Black Short Kebaya Top

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Pale Yellow Short Kebaya Top

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Salmon Pink Kebaya Top

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Turquoise Short Kebaya Top

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Fuchsia Pink Kebaya Top

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Which kebaya top would you love to wear for Raya 2016? And how would you style it? Share below – I’d love to know.

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