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Fashionista NOW: Songket Style Modern Kurung Ideas For Raya 2016

Songket Style Modern Kurung Ideas For Raya 2016

Got love for brocade but don’t want the commitment? These modern baju kurung may be just what you need to party in this upcoming Raya.

Songket is a hand-woven fabric in gold or silver threads. It’s a fabric that comes from the brocade family of textiles of Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei.

For those with an eye for brocade or songket-like design, these modern baju kurung by Seleksi Akma has them nailed down in spades. The beautiful long skirt is rendered in metallic toned patterns that complement the color of the top it comes with. You can also wear them as separate pieces thereby expanding ways you can make each separate work in different kind of outfits.

For a look at these coveted songket-style kurung by Seleksi Akma, you know the drill – scroll away and enjoy!


Grey Black Songket-Inspired Kurung


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Gold Songket-Inspired Kurung


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Purple Songket-Inspired Kurung


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Green Songket-Inspired Kurung


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Red Songket-Inspired Kurung


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Which songket style kurung is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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