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Fashionista NOW: Simple Yet Stunning Kebaya Style For Your Raya 2018 OOTD

Simple Yet Stunning Kebaya Style For Your Raya 2018 OOTD

Looking for a simple yet stunning kebaya to don this Raya? Here’s a style to get you inspired.

Sometimes, a statement festive look can be as simple as you want it to be and one that makes you feel and ooze elegance is something every fashionista dreams of. Petra’s kebaya style that you might have seen is what I like best in a fuss-free kebaya. The solid color palette is just effective for a one-color look from top to toe.

The sleeves are where the designer’s focus rested upon as they’re made in cascading tiered ruffles, shorter at the front and longer at the back. The only adornment is a 3D floral accent positioned at the V-neck for some restrained visual interest. The long skirt is cut in the mermaid shape.

If your love for simplicity is strong and you want to express that in a kebaya during Raya 2018 celebration, then I hope you’ll give Petra’s kebaya sets a consideration.

Here I am showing you a list of three in the versatile colors of pink, red and black. Enjoy!

 

Pink Tiered Ruffle Sleeve Kebaya

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Black Tiered Ruffle Sleeve Kebaya

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Red Tiered Ruffle Sleeve Kebaya

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Which kebaya would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.

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