#FashionFriday: Last Minute Raya Outfits

Don’t know what to wear for Raya? Here are a few outfit inspo and last minute ideas for the holiday!

It’s that time of the year again! Not only is it a joyous time to spend with family and friends, but it’s also when food and fashion collide. This #FashionFriday, for those of you who haven’t gotten your Raya outfit ready, we’ve got your back; with a list of outfit ideas from modern to classic traditional – inspired by some of the most fashionable local stylistas. You’d be surprised by how easy you can upcycle your old Raya clothes by mixing and matching with outfits you have in your wardrobe.

#1 White out

Wear white this holiday like Ira with this embellished top and a matching printed skirt. Complete your whole ensemble with a pair of statement feather earrings!

I'm just furniture here.

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#2 Wrap up

Nobody style modest wear better than Vivy – scroll through her Instagram feed, and you’ll have enough ideas to last you the whole month. Take on the wrap trend into Raya and pair it with maxi trousers for a fresh new look!

#3 Blushing pink

Tak ea cue from Yuna and match your outfit from head-to-toe in a pastel hue – styling your buttoned-up top and trousers in the same colour makes it oh-so fitting for the Raya.

As a devoted Muslim women, Yuna’s personal style is a statement against Western ideals of femininity and expression, which made her the perfect choice to walk @MaraHoffman’s political #NYFW Fall 2017 show on Feb. 13. Hoffman’s show opened with remarks from the national co-chairs of the Women’s March on Washington –  civil rights activist Carmen Perez, Brooklyn-based designer Bob Bland, Muslim activist Linda Sarsour, and social justice activist Tamika Mallory – and featured a diverse modeling cast in colorful, flowing pieces. “What's great about walking for Mara is that it means so much more,” Yuna told Billboard of her NYFW experience. “You’re not just a model walking down the runway as a hanger, you're walking with a purpose.” — How did you become involved with Mara Hoffman's NYFW Fall 2017 show? Mara reached out to me. Fashion and activism has gone hand-in-hand for some designers, but Mara has been one of the pioneers [of this movement] for the longest time. It was really refreshing to be able to work with someone like her – she's super nice for someone who is so successful and very established, she's supportive, and she’s really chill. It was fun! Tell us about the look you walked the runway in. I was really happy to wear one of her designs. It was something that I would actually wear – the color, the cut, everything was loose-fitting. [With the look], I think what she had in mind was a really modern, kind of stylish Muslim woman, and that's the reason she picked me to be a part of her fashion show. She tailored everything for me – she custom-made my headscarf. Resource: Billboard.com ❤ #yunamusic

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#4 Denim cool

For a more relaxed Raya, wear your favourite denim jeans and style it with a statement top like a silk kimono for a dressier look.

#5 Mix and match

Traditional wear has never been so fun to style – rather than taking the traditional route, try tucking in your top under your printed ‘parioh’ for a more modern take.

Thanks for my Top @lilypetuna! ?

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#6 Modern woman

Another cool last minute Raya outfit idea is to style your buttoned-up shirt with your maxi skirt – a great way to hide our food belly after all the feasting!

#7 Holiday vibe

Here are just a few more style inspo on how to style your statement tops (if in doubt, just pair it with a maxi printed skirt and you’re good to go!). One things for sure, have a safe and lovely Hari Raya everyone!