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Fashionista NOW: 2 Versatile Long Skirt Styles To Perfect Your Eid Wardrobe

2 Versatile Long Skirt Styles To Perfect Your Eid Wardrobe

Need a raya-worthy skirt to complete your Eid getup? We show you TWO versatile styles you can wear with existing kurung, kebaya or kaftan tops.

This year’s most coveted maxi skirt styles for Raya include – long pencil design that gets narrow as it goes down; and a mermaid construction — with a flare that occurs right after the knee zone.

For those who have already decided what to wear for your top half of your Raya 2016 wardrobe, then this piece will help you to complete the bottom half, should your preference be for something along the lines of the two mentioned skirt styles and a sweet minimalist color scheme that revolves around beige, grey, peach, brown and dusty mulberry.

I spotted these FRESH blush-colored skirts by Youme&Hunny on ZALORA Malaysia and thought they might just go with sweet lady-like looks in soft pastel colors or other classic shades when you want the bottom half to be less visual but still oozing a chic effortlessness. You can partner these skirts with an existing kurung, kebaya or kaftan top.

Check out these long skirt styles and grab them quick before they run out. Enjoy!

Eid-Worthy Skirt Styles For Raya 2016

 

Brown

brown-mermaid-skirt

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Grey

grey-wrap-style-skirt

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Mulberry

mulberry-long-mermaid-skirt

| shop here

 

Nude

nude-mermaid-skirt

| shop here

 

Peach

peach-long-wrap-style-skirt

| shop here

 

How To Shop :

Simply click the link under the image and it will take you to the product page on ZALORA Malaysia. If it is your FIRST time shopping there, be sure to use our 15% OFF code:

ZBAPEDJ

Which long skirt style would you incorporate in your wardrobe for Raya 2016? Share below – I’d love to know.

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