With Ramadan on the way, we’re already thinking of what to wear for Hari Raya – particularly for kids!
While it’s not certain that we’ll be able celebrate Hari Raya like in years past due to Covid-19 – whether it’s visiting extended family members, coming together with the community, or meeting up with friends – after a month of fasting during Ramadan, we’re all gonna want something to look forward to! Plus, who couldn’t use an excuse to get dressed up even if we’re all stuck inside?
We’re giving some love to our favourite local brands who have worked hard to plan their Hari Raya collections since the start of the year. If you like what you see, #supportlocal mama! The art of staying comfortable throughout a whole day of visiting relatives is a hard one to master, but made much easier when you’ve got a stylish outfit that’ll make the family swoon. From gorgeous threads for girls to colourful sets for boys and chic picks for mamas and dads, check out our list of local labels for Hari Raya fashion!
Plus, if we do end up grinding our Raya 2020 plans to a halt… you can always wear your outfits next year!
Lead image by PickADillyBaby
We love these joyful prints from Adrianna Yariqa! Plus, they’ve designed their collection with breathable fabrics that are comfortable for the whole fam. Matching sets made easy for mamas, dads and kids with sizes from 1 to 11!
This collection is a collaboration between local ladies’ fashion brand Elda and kids’ label Thea Kids. With one- and two-piece sets made of linen in lovely muted shades and wearable prints, we can totally imagine them being worn as separates for casual family outings after Hari Raya too! The relaxed fit is also forgiving on mamas of all body types. Kids’ sizes start from 12 months to 5 years.
Ilhan Creations really aces the matching family outfits trend, especially those for father-son duos! Their affordable sets are great for decking everyone out in the family.
Started by a stylish grandmama who we’ve often seen dressing her too-sweet-for-words granddaughter, PickADillyBaby is a humble local label that stocks beautiful flouncy tops, dresses and sets. Previously based only on Instagram, they’ve now launched their online store for easier shopping. The colours and bold prints are absolutely irresistible, and can go beyond just special occasions like Hari Raya. Wear them as separates with sweat pants or jeans and your little one’s good for the weekend.
Maison Q knows just how to do kids’ formalwear – all comfort with just enough glam. Made for kiddos 1 to 7 years old, all the pieces can be worn as full looks or mixed and matched with existing pieces in your littlie’s wardrobe. We love all the playful prints and pastel shades!
If you’ve got a little girl who’s flower-obsessed, she’ll love every piece in Maqayla’s collection! A burst of florals in every shape and colour are available on skirts, scarves and baju kurungs for your mini-me.
Staying comfy while looking dressed up is easy with Simply Rays’s family sets! We love that there’s a variety of styles, from florals to batik-inspired prints and even solid-coloured versions in multiple shades.
Known as the pioneer in mermaid sequin skirts in Singapore, In Love by TNS has branched out to way more than just glitzy bottoms. Their Raya 2020 collection comprises fun prints mixed with muted shades for the whole family to match!
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Classic batik with a modern twist! This local brand does a variety of men’s and women’s clothing and accessories using batik – tops, bottoms, bags, and even shoes. Their matching sets are great for mamas and dads.
Who doesn’t love a classic baju kurung? MANNEQUIN.E has some beautiful sets that are perfect for mamas – some are even nursing-friendly! We’re spoilt for choice with their affordable collection in prints and solid hues.
Alia’s Hari Raya collection is Instagram-worthy from every angle – perfect for that Raya morning #ootd! With neutral colours like black, nude and grey, it’ll be easy to find sets for the hubs and kids to match with.
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