Fashion for Raya series #3 continues with yet another fashion trend that is just perfect for the upcoming Eid festivities: Palazzo!
On a side note, Malaysia’s renowned fashion designer Jovian Mandagie’s Orked Collection for Hari Raya 2013 will soon be made available at selected Tesco stores nationwide starting on 24th June for those interested in getting their hands on exquisite traditional Malay wear with modern touches.
If you have yet to steal a glance over his stunning modern baju kurung and baju kebaya collection, please do visit the link below:
For those looking for other alternatives or additional trend suggestions for your Raya wardrobes besides the glorious peplums and flowy maxi skirts, gently turn your attention to the breezy palazzo pants. Trousers that can pass off as flowy skirts are definitely Eid-appropriate.
Let’s dive through the looks below and get a clue on how to incorporate the palazzo pants into our Eid-appropriate ensembles, shall we?
With printed palazzo pants, it’s best to keep the top in a solid block of color. A fitted or structured top is a great partner to the flowy wide-leg pants to accentuate the hour-glass feminine figure.
♥ striped palazzo pants by SheInside
Stripes in monochromatic black and white are huge this year. With a pair of striped palazzo pants, you’ll be on trend alright. Keep the top in a muted shade to let focus fall immediately on the statement-making pants. Keep the jewelry to a minimum and pop on some heeled shoes for some height boost.
♥ white palazzo pants by Line And Dot
A pair of white palazzo pants is the picture of minimalist chic. The mint sweater can be replaced by a mint blouse that is humid-weather-appropriate. And finish off with a sturdy practical bag.
♥ pink palazzo pants by Zara
If you’re about bright colors, choose palazzo pants in a shade that will set the mood to your whole getup. Team a polka dotted top with bright pink bottoms and you’re set. Throw on a blazer and you’re ready for that formal event.
♥ baroque palazzo pants by Zara
Go black and white with baroque bottoms and an embellished collared top. Top the look off with a textured coat when the temperature dips.
♥ printed palazzo pants by Flights of Fancy
Get the sweet and flirty look by pairing your printed palazzo with a floral bandeau. Don’t want the bare midriff look? Switch to a floral blouse instead. Wear it tucked in your trousers and finish off with a skinny belt.
♥ pleated palazzo pants by Dor L’ Dor
Pleats bring an added interest into just about any look. Paired with a white long sleeved blouse and an ombre hijab you’re the epitome of modest chic.
♥ polka dotted palazzo pants by Lucca Couture
Bring the 70s back with this polka dotted palazzo. Keep your hair wavy and slightly mid-parted. The brown blazer anchors the look down while the red top and green bag bring the extra zest.
For a more detailed guide on how to wear the palazzo pants, visit the link here:
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