Eid al-Fitr 2019 Outfit: Jewel-Toned Red & Blue Lace Modern Baju Kurung


It's been a week since the end of Ramadhan when we jumped into the month of Syawal, which meant: Eid! Wishing my fellow Muslims around the world Eid Mubarak, and Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri ❤!
(Better late than never, I say.)



Shah and I take turns to celebrate the two Eids (al-Fitr, the one right after the month of fasting and al-Adha that comes with Hajj season) each year with our respective family; last year's Eid al-Fitr was spent with my family right here in Petaling Jaya so for this year's festivities, we were off to the state of Kedah.



I chose this simple lace modern baju kurung to don on the morning of Eid; I just adore the jewel tones of the red and blue. I paired the set with a matching blue scarf and my denim floral mules. While I really wanted to have this basket bag dangling from my arm on Eid, it was too bulky to go into my already-stuffed luggage, plus I wasn't keen on shoving my precious delicate woven bag into the overhead compartment on the plane.

I simply couldn't choose a different handbag to go with the lace, so handbag-less it is, then!





I hope you like this lacey jewel-toned Eid al-Fitr set this year as much as I do. Thanks for reading, guys!

Wearing: Ready-made baju kurung from a Ramadhan bazaar  |  Mango denim floral mules (seen with this off-the-shoulder top)

Check out my previous Eid al-Fitr outfits by clicking on each image below!
Which of these FOUR Eid outfits do you like the most though?
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    1. This is lovely Liyana. I think your right about the special festive quality of jewel tones. They're vibrant and memorable! It's nice to wear something that's a little extraordinary when you're celebrating and seeing family and friends who are special to you.
      There's something about the white and golden Eid ensemble that I love. The tiny brocade in the fabric and I've always had a special place in my heart for paisley! Love, Jude

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      1. One of the reasons I (plus every Muslim I personally know) look forward to Eid is the chance to wear that something special, for sure! Every time I wear a jewel-toned piece on this blog I get compliments, so I think I'm meant to wear it more...?

        That white caftan is certainly special, I have yet to see anything like it here in Malaysia, the fabric is truly unique. I did buy another pretty caftan while I was in Mecca and I can't wait to share it here soon <3

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    I'm a modest blogger based in Malaysia. Here on The Good Weekender, you can find journals of my evolving modest personal style, based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest, and doing it all on a budget.