Sunday, 27 September 2009

Celebrating Eid at Home :: Singapore

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I LOVE THIS. ALL THREE HAVE SUCH ELEGANCE!! iN THIER SILK DRESSES. FABULOUS!! EACH ONE IS GLITTERING IN HER BEAUTY MASHALLAH X

Anonymous said...

You all look so beautiful MashaAllah!!...i loooove the outfits of the 2 girls on the right...where can i buy one and do they come in different colours? So elegant MashaAllah!

caraboska said...

Gorgeous, elegant outfits! Me likey masha'Allah!

zanjabil said...

beautifully modest! Masha'Allah! :)

~K~ said...

Where can I buy one of theses? Seriously...If I can get one ASAP I would where it to graduation! Any info?

amy said...

Beautiful, elegant Muslimahs in gorgeous evening wear.

Anonymous said...

the dresses are tailor-made here in singapore.

one of the sisters said...

Hi all,
We bought lace and satin lining and had the seamstress tailor-made the dresses for us.

Thank you for your kind comments.

One of the sisters.

Anonymous said...

wow!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely love the gold!

Anonymous said...

gorgeous. i would wear any of those dresses.
beautiful sisters. :)

Anonymous said...

3 BEAUTIES mashaAllah.

bebe said...

where did you gals buy your scarves?? It looks like its super easy to wear.. and it looks good!!

one of the sisters said...

hi bebe, sorry for this superlate reply. we don't check in here often.

The scarves were bought from KL. A popular boutique called Sri Munawwarah. They sell perfectly made "instant" scarves that don't make you look ridiculous.

Hope this helps.

One of the three sisters

Anonymous said...

If anyone of you visit Singapore and wishes to get a Malay baju kurung, should drop by the Geylang Serai Market, Joo Chiat Complex and Tanjong Katong Complex ( all three being walking distance from each other ). I know of one European non-Muslim lady living in Singapore who has this huge collection of baju kurung, just because she finds them to be so comfortable.