Get Eid Ready With These Gorgeous Baju Raya Brands

Get Raya ready with Glitz!
By: Nina Shahriman
March 14, 2023

Gotten the raya vibes yet? Balik kampung, ketupat and lemang, creating memories with loved ones and of course – rocking our baju raya! Seems like this time around, we make Hari Raya Aidilfitri an excuse to make the world our runaway as we pull out the stops with flashy fashion, bold makeup and bedazzling accessories. With that, Glitz is here to tell you the best brands to shop your baju raya that’ll have you looking like a stunner on social media #RayaReady!

The month of Ramadan is not only packed with devotion but also with a rush of anticipation for the day ahead, from adorning our homes to cooking the tastiest meals. Of course, don’t forget about one of the most crucial aspects of Raya preparation: acquiring your family’s baju raya! A significant part of Hari Raya is getting ready and dressed, and many of us spend Ramadan searching through some of the greatest costumes for the day. So get Raya ready with Glitz and carry on reading to find out the best Baju Raya brands in Singapore!

Baju Raya Brands in Singapore

1. Zalora

This shopping platform is self-explanatory, but we’d be negligent if we didn’t mention it! Zalora, the online fashion and lifestyle destination site, has a large selection of Baju Kurung that you’ll adore. You could just find everything you need for Raya here, with top worldwide and local brands for clothes, shoes, accessories, and cosmetics for men and women. This year’s #ZALORAYA2023, Zalora hopes to rekindle the spirit of Raya nostalgia.

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2. Poplook

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This well-known company will be your go-to if you’re looking for something minimalist and chic! There’s a wide choice of patterns to pick from this Raya, from modern kurungs to simpler outfits like the Salma blouse and skirt as featured in the image. Even better, most of the Raya designs come in a mother and daughter option that includes a kid-sized version of the same dress. You’ll save time by not having to buy a separate costume for your tiny princess. Sizes range from XS to 4XL, so there’s definitely something for everyone!

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3. Anaabu

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Anaabu is a ready-to-wear Malaysian company recognised for their traditional wear that’s bringing back Malay classic back, founded by a husband-and-wife team. Their Raya 2023 collection includes Baju Kurung sets, Baju Melayu sets, and individual pieces like the Air Wrapped Sarong that can be combined and matched and worn long after Raya. Anaabu also provides stuff for toddlers and kids if you want to match clothing with your family this Raya, as well as casual wear. Anaabu blurs the line between gender, and many of their pieces are unisex.

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4. Caftanist

Caftanist is going viral this year for their gorgeous pieces in shimmering fabric that looks straight out of Barbie movie. Their Raya 2023 collection features a flowing and luxury range of baju kurung, baju kebaya, and kebarung designs that are plus-size friendly and perfect for any mums-to-be out there for those who prioritise comfort during festivities. The brand’s kaftan and trendy pantsuit versions are ideal for indulging in great Raya cuisine without worrying about having to suck in your tummy in pictures. They’ve also got iron-less pieces so you don’t have to fight over the iron on Eid morning!

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5. Simply Rays

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If you’re looking for a one-stop-shop to buy outfits for the whole family, look no further than Simply Rays. Their collections include pieces for men, women, and children, so you can match outfits with your entire family. Talk about coordination! This year, their RAYSRAYA2023 collection has traditional wear that’s colourful and bright, with super fun prints, so your family will definitely stand out in pictures. If you’d like to view the collection in person, head down over to their store at the Golden Landmark Shopping Centre.

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6. Mis Claire

Many businesses are becoming more inclusive, and Mis Claire is leading the charge during Ramadan! Mis Claire has been outfitting plus-size ladies in basic, elegant necessities under a modesty and simplicity concept since 2012. Clean cuts and colours in sizes ranging from XL to 7XL will suit any lifestyle, event, or fashion desire. Instead of just expanding plus-size body types, the fashion house takes pleasure in developing designs with the appropriate cuts and forms. The collection is simple but expressive, traditional yet strong, and is derived from sheer simplicity and timeless design principles.

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7. Kaifiyyah

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Street style meets traditional wear, Kaifiyyah is the brainchild of Kat Aziz. Founded in 2013, the brand is all about modest wear that’s still deep-rooted in traditions seamlessly blended with contemporary touches. Their pieces are loose and flowy, perfect for gorging ourselves silly on Raya food, and so comfortable that you’re not going to want to change clothes to take your post-Eid food coma.

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8. Katt & Co

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Katt & Co has the dreamiest pieces, perfect for Raya and functions! Bringing ‘casual glam’ back to Singapore, their take on traditional wear is all about making you feel confident in their stunning baju raya. For 2023, they’ve got satin abayas in beautiful pastel hues, kebarungs and baju kurungs with exquisite embroidery details, as well as minimalist paleo sets for a more relaxed vibe. They have sizes up to 3XL, and you can try on their pieces at their store at Haji Lane.

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9. Batique

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If you’re like us and you just love the Indonesian style of traditional wear, definitely check out Batique. Hailing from Java, they’re known for their traditional batik prints, and they’re all about bringing back traditional Nusantara and batik cultures back into the modern scene. They’ve got a great selection for men, women, and even children, so you can dress your whole family in Batique without dropping a sweat!

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10. Adrianna Yariqa

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Prints? For Raya? Groundbreaking. In this case, we don’t mean it sarcastically – just look at Adrianna Yariqa’s collection for Raya 2023. Their pieces are incredibly whimsical, full of colour and patterns, we’re absolutely in love. #AYLELEBARAN presents a collection that aims to revisit our favourite raya moments, emotions, and feelings, and the collection is definitely doing that. The best part is that their collection for men also includes kurtas with fun prints, which is actually quite groundbreaking. No need to settle for plain kurtas this year!

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