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Fashionista NOW: Skirts With Pleats For Eid 2013

Eid is just around the corner and you’ve yet to decide on what to wear for Hari Raya. Panic looms. But not for long because you’re just in time for the next Eid-appropriate trend suggestion in our back-to-back Fashion for Raya series – Pleated Skirts.

Ultimately, when it comes down right to the underlying meaning of this celebration, we ought to know better than to be too obsessed right in the wardrobe department right?

Now that’s been made clear, this piece is dedicated to the regular fashionistas who can’t help but desire to appear extra lovely on the outside (as well as on the inside) during Hari Raya Aidifitri.

Below are a few selected pleated looks that have been rounded up for your perusal and hopefully they inspire that perfect Hari Raya outfit.

pleated maxi in peach by Ally

Pleated detailing on a skirt like this epitomizes a very demure look. I love how the whole outfit is pulled together with the practical bag, skinny belt and simple loafers – all in a muted earthy brown shade. That cutout shoulder tease top is too splendid for words!

pleated skirt by Zara

If a cream colored pleated maxi skirt seems too girly, toughen it up with a monochrome striped top and leather jacket. If you’re in a sweltering humid country which is what Malaysia is like all year long with the bouts of violent thunderstorms, lose the leather. Bring an umbrella instead.

pleated maxi skirt in brown

To get a dark mysterious look, team your golden brown skirt with a plain black top. For added interest, throw on a pop of leopard in the form of a hand-carry purse.

yellow pleated maxi skirt by Mango

If you’re a summery gal, wear a pleated maxi in the yellow shade with an embroidered top for full effect. Sprinkle some gold jewelry and you’re walking on sunshine!

teal pleated skirt by American Apparel

It’s wonderful how a statement color like teal can do to a background of basic white. And with a pleated skirt in that cool shade paired with a sleeveless collared white top, you’re the picture of effortless chic.

pleated green maxi skirt by Closetfreak

Marry two big trends of the year in one outfit: Stripes & the green color trend. Those pleats will get a room of ladies talking in no time!

sheer pleated maxi skirt in royal blue by Forever 21

For ladies who fancy the peek-a-boo effect and the energizing shade of blue, this sheer pleated maxi skirt will be your ultimate pick. Keep the top in fuss-free white. The turquoise heels that complement the blue shade are perfect for those seeking to incorporate a subtle color-blocking feature.

vintage skirt in periwinkle by Fancy Treehouse

For ladies infected with a love for pastels, this sweet lavender shade is as refreshing as a stroll in a garden filled with aromatic blooming flowers. A neatly tucked in polka dotted top and a pair of practical shoes just up the sweet and quirky factor of this ensemble. And those pleats? They can’t ever go wrong, can they?

So, do you see yourself wearing a gorgeous pleated skirt as you munch on the delicious rendang and ketupat with your loved ones as you celebrate Eid this year? Share below!

Previous entries from the Fashion for Raya series:

Fashionista NOW: Sweet Peplum Fashion Ideas For Raya 2013

Fashionista NOW: How To Style Maxi Skirts ~ Fashion For Eid 2013

Fashionista NOW: Trendy In Palazzo Pants For Hari Raya 2013

Other Related Fashion Read:

Fashionista NOW: The Pleated Dress Trend And Why You Should Rock It

Fashionista NOW: How To Look Sweet In Pleats?

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