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5 local collections to check out for Hari Raya 2022

From batik to pastel, there are endless options for you to choose from!

Nurul Mardhiah
Nurul Mardhiah

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Published: 13 April 2022, 5:55 PM

With the relaxed COVID-19 measures since Mar 29, there is new excitement for Hari Raya this year. 

We can now freely visit our relatives and friends during the festival, which also means that it is time to shop for a new ensemble.  

For those that have yet to purchase new Hari Raya clothes, here are five local stores to check out. 

1. Alia Anggun

This women’s boutique sells a beautiful array of traditional and non-traditional garments with a glamorous twist to them. 

For their Eid 2022 Collection, the sparkles, lace, and designs all add a modern flair to the tradition baju kurung and baju kebaya. 

 

Yasmeen Kurung sets come in four different colours of grey, beige, mint, and baby blue. PHOTO CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@ALIAANGGUN

 

They are also selling luxurious gowns and abayas for those that want a more fairytale look to their outfits this year. Whether it be the intricate stones and lace sewed onto their flowy gowns or a unique cut of a simple dress, there is something to suit every lady out there. 

The price range for their Eid 2022 Collection is from $130 to $170. You can head down to either North Point City #02-110 or Golden Landmark #01-14/15 to check out their pieces.

2. Kurta Boys

For a cool father and son moment this Hari Raya, head down to Kurta Boys. They exclusively sell a wide variety of the trendiest male traditional garments, batik sets to kurtas!

 

This Kekanda Batik Top is $59.90 for adult and $30 to $55 for kids aged 1 to 14. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/@KURTA BOYS SG

 

You can also purchase the tops and bottoms separately if you feel inspired to mix and match an outfit for the occasion. For the Lebaran 2022 Collection, prices range from $25 to $85. 

Kurta Boys is at Tanjong Katong Complex #03-02/03. They are open from 11am to 9.30pm on Sunday to Thursday and 11am to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

If you can’t seem to find the pieces you are looking for in their store or wish to avoid the crowd, you can head to their official website to purchase your pieces. Shipping is $3.90 for deliveries within Singapore. 

3. Ozel

Everyone loves a good batik print. The intricate flowers and patterns on soft batik fabrics add a touch of elegance and class to a traditional baju kurung or kebaya. 

Ozel uses both traditional and modern batik fabrics to create pieces that are new and fresh for this year’s Hari Raya. They do not shy away from playing with patterns and colours, which is perfect for those that are looking for a fun piece. 

The store sells clothes for both women and men, so for all the couples out there looking to match, there is certainly a pair for you.

 

This cute couple set, Alam Telok Belangah top and Alam kurung, are sold at $85 and $160 respectively. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/@OZEL SG

 

Prices for their Sama Sama Raya ‘22 collection range from $38 to $188, and are available to order on their website or store at Golden Landmark #03-20 (open from 11am to 7pm every day). 

Shipping is $4 or you can collect your clothes at the store after placing an order on their website. 

4. Adrianna Yariqa

This place is perfect for those that are looking to match with their whole family; Adrianna Yariqa caters to not only men and women but also children for matching outfits. 

For the pastel-lovers out there, the 2022 AYLEBARAN collection features pieces in various soft pastel colours. There are minimal swirl designs, creating a fun and unique look to a traditional garment. 

 

Pieces from their past years’ collections are also available on their website. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/@ADRIANNA YARIQA

 

Prices range from $40 to $65 for kids and $120 to $150 for adults. The baju kurungs for men come with a matching samping for certain sets, whole shawls for the ladies with matching designs and elements are available for $35.

Their collection is available in their stores at 8 Jalan Pisang or Tanjong Katong Complex, #03-45 from 12pm to 6pm. Customers can also purchase their pieces online with free shipping. 

5. Deepduzt

Deepduzt is known for their minimalist pieces that promise comfort to those who wear them. With their sole focus on modest women clothing, they ensure that the design of their clothes are loose-fitting. 

Their Eid 22 collection features various styles of baju kurungs and kebayas. From including a long flowy batwing sleeve to adding tiny jewel details, their pieces stand out for its simplicity.

 

Their Lestari Batwing Kurung sets come in seven different colours for $50 each. PHOTO CREDIT: DEEPDUZT

 

Their collection is affordable with prices ranging from $48 to $59. The clothes can only be purchased on their website with shipping at $4.30. 

Hope these options give you some inspiration for where you can get your Hari Raya outfits. Have a great celebration with your loved ones this year!


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