One thing we absolutely love about Singapore is its multiculturalism. That means we get to enjoy good food, exciting events, colourful decorations and home visits most of the year round. If you’ve been invited to an event or home visit during Hari Raya Aidilfitri or Hari Raya Puasa, then you’ll want the right threads for the occasion. Although wearing a kurung isn’t strictly necessary, it’s probably best the kids (and you) don’t rock up in spaghetti straps. Remember to keep bottoms covered with the hemline below the knee and avoid revealing necklines. Lucky for you, we’ve found some of the cutest Raya fashion for kids for all your fashion inspo needs. Best get those online orders in stat, to have them delivered before Hari Raya!
This Malaysia-based store has just the thing to lift your spirits during the monsoon season in June. Shop from the new Pelangi collection for bright colours and patterns over trousers and kurungs or, for a more subtle look, pop on a plain blouse and a velvet mermaid skirt. Sizes come in age one to 16 years old and you can mix and match for the perfect pop of colour to suit the kiddos.
54-1, Jalan Setia Utama AS U13/AS, Setia Alam, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia; www.pokoks.com
Go matchy matchy with this year’s Katt Ibrahim Ready-To-Wear and PickaDillyBaby’s mother-daughter collection for Eid. You’ll find a high-low hem mermaid skirt in breezy cotton linen that’s fit for mum and the kiddos and will keep you looking and feeling fresh all day.
Katt Ibrahim, online only; www.kattibrahim.com
Kooshboo is taking inspiration from one of our favourite Asian destinations in this year’s Eid collection. Get your kaftans, rompers, Baju Melayus and kurung sets in blue, pink, green or black and flaunt those cherry blossoms!
Kooshboo, Level 3, Great Eastern Mall, Jalan Ampang KL; www.kooshboo.com
This Singapore-based brand is the brainchild of one mama who loves to play dress up with her little ones and knows the #struggleisreal for long-lasting children’s wear. With apparel made in a family-owned workshop by experienced artisans, Maison Q’s (pictured top) clothes are really one-of-a-kind. We’re loving these stylish kurungs with bell bottoms and bell sleeves that will keep any tot cool in Singapore’s humid heat. And while you’re there, why not pick up one of its specialty reversible dresses, shirts or onesies?
Maison Q, stocked at various locations across Singapore and Malaysia including Takashimaya, Metro, Isetan and Motherswork; www.maison-q.com
FashionValet is your one-stop shop for Malaysian fashion, carrying brands across Southeast Asia like Darwishrichdesign, POKOKS, POPLOOK and Aere alongside its own storebrand FV Basics. You can opt for more traditional wear for the little ones or inspired modern looks with contemporary silhouettes. Buy online and get it shipped free to Singapore and if you get the size wrong there’s a 30 day exchange policy.
FashionValet, online only; www.fashionvalet.com
If you love all things batik then Batique is the shop for you. The collections here are chic, fashionable and affordable so you can dress the whole fambam without breaking the bank. Whether they’ve opted for a cute dress, a kebaya set or adorb batik shirt to throw over jeans, the kiddos are sure to look batik-ularly amazing.
Batique, 14 New Industrial Road #05-01B Singapore 536203; www.batique.sg
Top image: Maison Q
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