Collection of Articles on Baju Kurung
"With its origin from the southern state of Johor in Malaysia, the baju kurung is a type of clothing for Malaysian women. It is a two piece costume consisting of an ankle length skirt and a blouse. It can be seen worn throughout the country such as at offices, weddings, and official functions. It is also worn during festivities such as hari raya aidilfitri, hari raya haji, etc. The direct Malay translation of it means “enclosed dress” with baju meaning dress and kurung meaning enclosed."
"There are many types of fabrics and materials to keep in mind when you're choosing the perfect baju kurung. You might wonder, "Which one would be the most suitable for me?" "How will it feel against my skin?" and so on. We have done our research and decided to write an article about it. So without further a do, here are some of the most popular fabrics that designers use to create baju kurung dresses and skirts."
"Lets get down to the chase and get down to business. Before we go on any further, lets clarify that the suggestions on this website is only our own opinion based on what we find online. The way we compare is by going on the two of the largest online stores, namely Lazada and Zalora. We will check which colors have the most available baju kurung."
"To embrace the trend of colorblocking, MeliaSara comes out with a design that combines the color pink and grey in a same top. The half and half concept is not new in the world of fashion but it takes a big risk to create the concept successfully. Melia Rania Kurung’s top cleverly combined two fabric of different color and different cutting and the result is phenomenal. It brings out the edginess of this garment, something we rarely see in BajuKurung designs."
"This Lace Chantilly is definitely making the Japanese Lace as the keypoint of this Kurung. The lace aren’t there to be hidden, they sparkle with their metallic shine showing off the amazing details on the lace. The fuschia crepe on the top helps to balance the lace to avoid it from being too much that it would look tacky. One thing worth noting is that there are sizes up to XXXL and the flare cutting helps this piece to accommodate more body shapes so that no one is left behind."
"When modern meets traditional, it usually resulted as something evergreen. And this is definitely true for this Berlian Kurung Kedah. While the concept is driven from the traditional design, it is injected with a more modern vibe which is translated with the relaxed fit top that comes with an extra large sleeves and the mid rise skirt. The plain grey fabric may seem dull but it gives a perfect chance to show off your accessories as it will definitely pop against the fabric."
"Historically, dress clothing, reportedly linked to 'djallabiyah' which comes from Egypt, where it is interpreted as a loose shirt. It is difficult to prove exactly since when the dress was first created and used by the community. The question of who was first to produce and use them for dress-up in its original form has been used by various ethnic groups in the archipelago. According to some information by Archjadi Chance (1986)the dress was introduced in Indonesia by Islamic and Indian traders. However, pieces of clothes is also believed to have received the Middle East as a tunic-shaped necklines, which forms the neck that first used by the ancient Arabs."
"Artistic prints can make an apparel more interesting and this is definitely true for this Artsy Prints design. The print helps to make the apparel more modern and current looking as the print is influenced by the modernized Batik. It is cleverly placed at the hem of the sleeves, top and skirt to avoid it from overcrowding the upper part of the garment which is usually covered by a tudung. Because it is made from high quality chiffon, it comes with inner lining to protect your modesty."
"Baju kurung adalah pakaian tradisional Melayu yang diterjemahkan sebagai "pakaian tertutup". Ini jenis pakaian adalah pakaian kebangsaan Brunei dan Malaysia. Di Indonesia, ia adalah salah satu daripada banyak pakaian serantau ini budaya dan etnik negara (terutamanya di pulau Sumatera - di mana ramai orang Melayu dan Minangkabau wanita memakai ini). Ia juga boleh didapati di Singapura dan Thailand."
"For this season, we have picked out 10 different modern styles that are to die for. These 10 baju kurung moden are suitable for any occassion. They are reasonably priced and quite affordable as well. To get more information about them, just click on the images and you'll be presented with a link on where you can read more about them. We hope that you like our pick as much as we do!"