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Fashionista NOW: Wear This Demure French Lace Kurung Style For Raya 2017

Wear This Demure French Lace Kurung Style For Raya 2017

Mad about lace? Then, why not wear this demure French lace kurung style this Raya?

Modern kurung made in French lace style designed specifically for those with a minimalistic sense of festive dressing in color schemes so versatile you can wear not only during Eid but also throughout the year.

Lubna makes quite a stunning array of Raya-worthy kurung sets this year that I keep pausing to view them in greater detail whenever I go online window shopping on ZALORA Malaysia. Knowing that many of you are into the dreamy lace iteration of baju kurung modern, I cannot help but to share this French lace kurung style as it held my attention when I first saw it.

Available in colors of white, grey, pink and brown, the kurung has a charming V-neckline and the ever loved flared sleeves that whisper gentle feminine and a graceful retro vibe that you just can’t ignore. In solid colors from top to bottom, the lace detailing stands out in a very delicate manner that makes you want to celebrate your feminine side a little bit more. Being someone who is always clad in a casual attire that mixes both yin and yang of fashion elements, looking at the Lubna’s French lace kurung makes me want to look womanly for a few hours if only to feast and mingle with loved ones.

If you’re on a hunt on your perfect baju raya and keep finding yourself stuck on lace, this kurung selection is worth considering for sure. I hope you’ll enjoy looking through the list!


Grey French Lace Kurung


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Pink French Lace Kurung


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White French Lace Kurung


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Brown French Lace Kurung


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

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