Can’t get enough of grey and wanna wear it for the upcoming Hari Raya 2016? Start with this gorgeous grey blouse list!
If GREY is your bae-est color go-to ever and the need to extend it into your Raya 2016 wardrobe is intensely strong, then here’s a post filled with 10 blouse ideas in the color waiting to be pieced together into a grey-licious chic Raya party ensemble that’s effortless and modern.
I have been a fan of grey ever since the previous year and cannot get enough of its seemingly monotonous vibe. Although grey is rarely associated with a party color especially for Eid here in Malaysia where ladies go mad over sweet pastels, this season’s seeing a whole new refreshing inclusion of grey pieces in collection from independent boutiques and fashion designers alike.
Rizalman’s latest Raya collection is a testament to grey’s sneaky spread into our local Malaysian traditional wear and I’m quite loving it.
For wearable grey blouses that you can style to the beat of your own unique style taste – whether in an all grey getup or as an accent piece – check out the list below and enjoy!
Grey Baju Raya Ideas 2016
Grey Drape Sleeve Top
Grey Flared Sleeve Top
Grey Foldover Tunic Top
Grey Frilly Star Blouse
Grey Boxy Blouse
Grey Front Flare Blouse
Grey Front Slit Maxi Top
Grey Long Sleeve Blouse
Grey Sheer Sleeve Top
Grey Collared Boxy Blouse
Which grey blouse is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!
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