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    is a virtual space where Liyana Aris documents her evolving modest personal style, which is based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest and doing it all on a budget; about 93% of her closet are filled with affordable things. (PS: The remaining 7% has a lot to do with her secret addiction to Adidas shoes and her occasional splurges on discounted high-end bags and clutches, shhh.) [+]
    19.5.14 .

    Oxblood


    I attended a wedding over the weekend but had run out of the usual baju kurung / baju kebaya (still at the laundry, too tight, etc.) so I turned to one of my trusted abayas: this oxblood red one.

    I saw this jubah at a store in Subang Parade and it was on sale for RM 100. 
    I personally find it hard to find an abaya that comes in a solid colour that I actually like, like this one.

    But I gave myself some time to decide if I really wanted it instead of buying it on the spot. After a couple of weeks, I went back to the store and this lone oxblood red abaya was still up for grabs, so I grabbed!

    It isn't the most flattering piece of clothing, no, but it's definitely a modest one.


    I'm always on the lookout for similar jubah, so, fellow Malaysians, do share if you know where I can get more of this abaya!

    Abaya: that big store next to Subang Parade Chatime   |   Scarf: little boutique near Notre Dame, Paris   |   Clutch: Equip, New Zealand   |   Pointed black flats: Kitschen

    I attended a wedding over the weekend but had run out of the usual baju kurung / baju kebaya (still at the laundry, too tight, etc.) so I turned to one of my trusted abayas: this oxblood red one.

    I saw this jubah at a store in Subang Parade and it was on sale for RM 100. 
    I personally find it hard to find an abaya that comes in a solid colour that I actually like, like this one.

    But I gave myself some time to decide if I really wanted it instead of buying it on the spot. After a couple of weeks, I went back to the store and this lone oxblood red abaya was still up for grabs, so I grabbed!

    It isn't the most flattering piece of clothing, no, but it's definitely a modest one.


    I'm always on the lookout for similar jubah, so, fellow Malaysians, do share if you know where I can get more of this abaya!

    Abaya: that big store next to Subang Parade Chatime   |   Scarf: little boutique near Notre Dame, Paris   |   Clutch: Equip, New Zealand   |   Pointed black flats: Kitschen

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