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Fashionista NOW: Lynda Rahim’s Tropical Modern Kurung Raya 2017 Collection

Lynda Rahim’s Tropical Modern Kurung Raya 2017 Collection

Still grappling over what to wear this Hari Raya 2017? Here’s an idea: Why not opt for something tropical?

I saw the word “jungle-inspired”and had to check out Lynda Rahim Raya 2017 collection pronto because anything involving plants and trees gets me excited these days and what a splendid surprise it was to see modern kurung iterations that draw inspiration from our Malaysian tropical green landscape, with bamboo leaves, palm trees and banana leaves being used as prints.

If you’re looking for something patterned and printed in tropical-themed leaves, then Lynda Rahim’s baju kurung modern collection for Hari Raya 2017 is worth a peek. There are solid-colored hued mod kurung that are also inspired by the tropical jungle of Malaysia but in this post, the spotlight goes onto the printed kurung selection that will appeal to the nature-loving fashionista.

Haven’t a clue on what to wear this Raya? Perhaps, all you need to do now is to eyeball the collection down below and hopefully spot a baju kurung set to call your baju raya! Enjoy.


Brown Bamboo Leaf Print Kurung


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Midnight Blue Banana Leaf Print Kurung


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Brown Palm Tree Print Kurung


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Teal Blue Bamboo Leaf Print Kurung


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Which tropical print kurung would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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