Eid Mubarak-Malaysia

Hello how are you? Happy Eid Mubarak!

I’m a bit late of writing this blog but better late than never! Eid Mubarak is a Muslim celebration just like Christians celebrate Christmas, Hindus celebrate Deepavali and others. The meaning of the word Eid is to celebrate. On the other hand mubarak means blessed. On the first day of eid, all of the muslim will go to the masjid and pray. This is related to the word of Eid Mubarak which means a bless celebration.

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Another term of Eid Mubarak is ‘Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri’ which the Malaysian and Singaporean use to greet one another on this special month.

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The traditional attire during this special month.

Features:

Top: Is also known as ‘kebaya’ by amyris.asia

Pareo: Is also known as ‘batik’ by bedazzled_official

Heels: nine west

The first day of Eid are well spent with families and visiting the elderly houses.

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Lets have some fun playing with this abundance of tea leaves

on top of the tea leaves

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You must be wondering what are these outfit i am wearing. Well.. this is the traditional attire for all the muslim that lives in Malaysia,Singapore,Brunei and Indonesia wears to celebrate Hari Raya.

Features:

Top: amyris.asia

Bottom: Bedazzled_official

Heels: Nine West

Which one is your favourite traditional attire?

xoxo

Myrissz

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