Thursday, October 22, 2009

Blog Entry Reminiscence: wearing RED

Few days ago, I blogged about wearing RED ("Is Wearing Red Considered Too Much for A Muslimah"). Today, I would like to share the idea of wearing red as part of the outfit. See picture as below. At first, I thought the colour combination looks silly, but after seeing the results from the picture, I kinda liked it a lot. The picture was taken last Deepa-Saturday at Taman Tasik Perdana. Me and my childhood friends from Sekolah Rantau Petronas had a little catch up meeting aka gathering after years not seeing each other. I was a bit frustrated by the unexpected "English" weather. After almost 2 hours got stuck under a shelter due to pouring rain, then only we all managed to come out and "play". By that time, it was already 6pm and I defintely had to go home.

From Left To Right:
Me, Aisha, Hani, Khairi, Nikman, Fara and Anuar.
Style Details:
Floral Square Scarf from Tie Rack.
White Cotton Dress from Mango.
Black Corduroy Skinny Jeans from Pennys.
Red Peep toe Wedges from Schuh.

Till next round.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Stylish Headgears

I'd say wearing a hat over a scarf/tudung is definitely highly fashionable and stylish. This is how you can be different and stand out in crowd. But, make sure you have the right hat with a right time as you may end up by over doing it. For example, if you choose to wear a snow cap or woolen barrett, winter season might be the only best time to style them out.

A winter cap from Primark. I was wearing on top a black scarf during winter 2008 in Dublin.

Hijabis in Hats by Hana in StyleCovered.

As for now, I could never imagine wearing the winter caps in this all-year-round-summer country, Malaysia. Hey, don't feel dissapointed as there are loads more other ranges of hats you could choose to complete your style. One of my favourite is called fascinator or a cocktail hat. It is a headpiece which are commonly made with feathers, flowers and/or beads attached to the a comb, headband or clip. They are more practical and easy to put on. Really? It is easier said than done. I need some guts to walk down on the street wearing those feathers on my head. Those fascinators are commonly found at horse-racing event, which I have no idea the reason behind it. Besides that, they are also popular for weddings.

Fabulous fascinators from Accesorize.

Pretty ladies with their chosen hats at Dubai World Cup, March 2009.
Picture taken from Hijab Style.

A headband from Tie Rack.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Beautiful Butterflies

A Meghan Dress from

The use of butterfly in fashion is nothing new. Butterflies are widely used on T-shirts, tunics, dresses, scarves and sometimes jeans. Other than that, there is also a design called "butterfly dropout". Once, I thought the word is taken from an anatomical wing from a butterfly which then gives the idea of butterfly-winged sleeves or what ever makes the clothing loose and flow. However, after a thorough searching through the net, I found the history behind a so-called "Butterfly Dropout". The idea was created by Tova Celine, a vintage designer who is currently working as a group in Sublimation Factory/ TSF. She said,

"Butterfly Dropout is an offering. Each garment tells a story, through images collected over a lifetime, from many lands, cultures, and ages, pieced together as a collage of life. The line`s message resonate inside us."

An Ivy Dress from Butterfly Dropout.

So, it is rather metaphoric from the butterflies metamorphosis which resemblance human stages of life. Whatever it is, I love butterflies a lot. Be it as room decorations or clothing designs or fashion accesories. I just love them all. They are so feminine, pretty, sweet and stunning.

My favourite possession. A butterfly golden ring from Accesorize. But, there is one funny thing when you are wearing it. It hurts others palms when you do "salam" hand greeting. Ops, sorry.
Wow, a must have bracelet. It matches the above ring. A butterfly bracelet from Juicy Couture.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Care to Dress Modestly?

I am currently anxious thinking of what will happen next week. Fyi, I'll be back to work in fort night time, right after I finish my induction course starting this 20th Oct. So far, I have no idea where the KKM going to send me. I am hoping that, the hospital which I am going to work is not so far from my husband's place. Ameen...

Anyway, that is not the issue I would like to address today. As a muslim women, I wonder if we all care to dress modestly. This includes from top to toe, our hair/head, body shape and our feet. Are modest clothings are out of fashion? I totally disagree. What is fashion? Lets together read what has been suggested by Wikipedia.

Fashion refers to the styles and customs prevalent at a given time. In its most common usage however, "fashion" describes the popular clothing style. Many fashions are popular in many cultures at any given time. Important is the idea that the course of design and fashion will change more rapidly than the culture as a whole. Fashion designers create and produce clothing articles.
The terms "fashionable" and "unfashionable" were employed to describe whether someone or something fits in with the current or even not so current, popular mode of expression.

The ones highlighted are the key words to the word Fashion. Who makes fashion popular? It must be the top, most influential fashion designers. Who are those top fashion designers? Most of them are non muslims, even so they are muslims, they must be liberals. So, this is what we should afraid of. They rules clothing industry and we the ones with little faith are so vulnerable to follow what they have served. As said earlier, fashion change more rapidly than the culture. Where as, it shouldn't happen in Islamic culture because Islam is a complete way life, which is practical anytime, anywhere.

I wish I could be the middle person who knows how to blend well the trendy fashion styles and the hijabis needs. For some reason, I don't think I could because I am still learning about fashion. To be able to do so, I think I have to quit my job, take some related professional courses and work as a full time stylist. Since, it is far than I could reach, I would like to summon all Muslim fashion designers out there to work hard to the professional level in order to fight the current westerners fashion designers.

Last weekend, in the morning, I was chilling at home while catching some news in Harian Metro. As usual, reading Harian Metro at times could be daunting. However, my attention is given to an advert article entitled "T Shirt labuh muslimah by Ilham-Muslimah". Having talked about dressing modesly, I think the t-shirt labuh/elongated T-shirt introduced by Ilham-Muslimah could fit nicely in the word modesty. In the very beginning when T-shirt labuh being commersialised, I never liked it much because it looks like wearing a pyjama. But, I just loved the new designs with laced bib necklines. The dress-like-cutting makes the T-shirt even more stunning. I can now imagine wearing it with my favourite slim-fit/skinny jeans. Below are my favourites.

Happy buying with Ilham-Muslimah.


Saturday, October 10, 2009

Scarves & Wraps

If I am not mistaken, I haven't post anything specifically about scarves or how to wear them. Actually, few years ago, friends started to reckon me as "stylo" through the way I wrapped my tudung/scarf. Be it rectangle or square, I always tried to wrap it around my head and neck as long as I didnt strangled. I think I have tried most of everything from the very thinly sheered tudung bawal/voile No. 1 to a blanket-like pashmina, which is so thick. After all, my favourite would always be a 45inch square scarf with its materials something like donatello or mortada or pramit. Despite a very reasonable price, they are all light weight. Thus, when you are wearing it, wrap it around and tidy up by pin it, you will be smiling comfortably. It is so easy than you could imagine. The drape results is very satisfying. Other than the 45inch square scarf, I also prefer the long/rectangular donatello's with the same reason as above.

Here, I have few different styles but with almost similar look. I could not show how exactly the wraps are done because of lacking some technical experts. However, I think nowadays, most women know a basic way to wrap a square scarf. No rocket science needed. We just need an anak tudung/inner cap of your choice and a small square scarf. Just centre your square scarf on your cap without having to fold it to a pyramid shape like we regularly do with tudung bawal. Then, pin it under your chin, and you may start pull one side longer to your chest and now turn it around your head neatly. That's it, almost done. All we need now is your creativity to finish it. As per this entry, I chose a shocking pink anak tudung with awning and a mortada-like scarf. Hope you enjoy the results.

Style 1: A basic 360 turn and finalised with a small brooch at the side of face/ear.

Style 2: Instead of using a pin under the chin, I tried to bring it to the back. That means, I pinned it behind in between neck and occiput. Then, I just bring forward all the remaining drapes both sides and cross them as usual.

Style 3: "Mak Limah" style is wearing tudung without having to turn 360 around your head. Just simply pull one side longer, place it on your shoulder and let the remaining tudung fall behind your back.

Till the next round.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Is wearing RED considered Too Much for A Muslimah??

My Red Fashion Collections
Sleveless Red Dress paired with Long Sleeve Red Shirt.
Floral and Striped Square Scarf from Tie Rack.
Sequinned Bangle from Accesorize.
Peep Toe wedges from Schuh.
Vintage Shopping Bag from Cath Kidston.

Do you think a decent Muslim Woman would consider to wear red? Hmm, my answer is : I am not sure. As for me, sometimes, I do fancy Red stuffs like stationaries, electronic gadgets, handbags, accessories, shoes, clothings and many more. I have a piece of plain Red dress which I bought 2 years ago and I only wore it once. So often, I still have some doubts, by means lacking of self-confidence to wear the red dress. I wonder how RedMummy managed to hail Red colours in almost everything she owned. She must have a strong character that makes Red is just perfect for her braveness and profound self-esteem. Thus, came the word success in her life.

Now, back to the earlier question. I still wonder if Red suits a true muslimah. I don't think I am a true muslimah as yet, but I always try to be like one. Again, but I love to dress up with style. Is colour plays a role in clothing to be a perfect muslimah. Maybe, it does. Whites and blacks, sometimes Brown and Gray are commonly found in jubah/abayas. I think jubah/abayas is an ideal clothing for a muslim woman. Those colours portrays a decent and humble personality. They never considered too much or over shown. Unlike Red, which is meant to be attractive.

While searching for some sources regarding this matter, I found an article about "Warna Pakaian Muslimah oleh Ustadz Aris Munandar" posted by M Shubhi Baiquni from Indonesia in Facebook. The article is very reliably helpful. It is hard for me to translate in English, since I am not a "pro" in literature.

Dari al Qasim bin Muhammad bin Abi Bakr, “Sesungguhnya Aisyah memakai pakaian yang dicelup dengan ‘ushfur saat beliau berihram” (HR. Ibnu Abi Syaibah 8/372, dengan sanad yang shahih)
Pada tulisan yang lewat telah kita bahas bahwa yang dimaksud dengan celupan dengan ‘ushfur adalah celupan yang menghasilkan warna merah. Perbuatan Aisyah sebagaimana dalam riwayat di atas menunjukkan bahwa seorang perempuan muslimah diperbolehkan memakai pakaian berwarna merah polos. Bahkan pakaian merah polos adalah pakaian khas bagi perempuan sebagaimana keterangan di edisi yang lewat.
Berikut ini beberapa riwayat yang kuat dari salaf tentang hal ini:

Dari Ibrahim an Nakha’i, bersama Alqamah dan al Aswad beliau menjumpai beberapa istri Nabi. beliau melihat para istri Nabi tersebut mengenakan pakaian berwarna merah.

Dari Ibnu Abi Mulaikah, aku melihat Ummi Salamah mengenakan kain yang dicelup dengan ‘ushfur (baca: berwarna merah).

Dari Hisyam dari Fathimah bin al Mundzir, sesungguhnya asma’ memakai pakaian yang dicelup dengan ‘ushfur (baca: berwarna merah)
Dari Said bin Jubair, beliau melihat salah seorang istri Nabi yang thawaf mengelilingi Ka’bah sambil mengenakan pakaian yang dicelup dengan ‘ushfur (Baca: Berwarna merah). (Lihat Jilbab Mar’ah Muslimah karya al Albani hal. 122-123).


Usually, Red is matched with black or white. Alternatively, red also goes well with blue jeans, gray, dark brown or beige. I wish I know how to tone down from Miss Sexy Red to Miss Easy Looking.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Sneak Peek Of Baju Raya

Open House at Shu's place, Bangi. I was wearing kebaya moden made 3 years ago. I knew wearing kebaya is a huge mistake for big appetite like me. I was a bit uncomfortable after a plate of nasi ayam served at Shu's place. There is no room to expand my stomach. My tummy was tuck in by the kain and pesak kebaya yang dah agak ketat. I insisted to wear that 3-year-old kebaya with the reason "while I still can fit in". I am afraid the chance of wearing that kebaya will be gone soon enough before I thought. Hehehe

Raya with sisters and cousins. I hate seeing me in that Baju kurung China Silk just because of its shoulder pads. They are too bulky as if I was wearing American football sports attire. However, I still like it considering the price is only RM39 and the colour is light pink.

On day-3 raya morning, family and I went visiting Mok's (Arwah nenek) grave and presented her with tahlil. So, there's no need to dress up a lot. I simply chose a baju kurung zaman sekolah with yellow cotton munawarah tudung to enlighten my misery after visiting arwah Mok.

This is raya day 2 at paternal's place, Kg. Surau Salor, Kota Bharu. I was posing with Mek, my grandmother. This is baju kurung moden, which supposedly become last year's baju raya. Unfortunately, it was only ready for collection after raya. Therefore, I kept for this year's raya. Alhamdulillah, I managed to save extra costs. Heee...

1st syawal was celebrated with this brand new ready-made baju kurung moden. The size is Large as the cutting is a bit small for me. Darling husband was a bit devastated as I didnt choose to wear blue to match his baju melayu. Ampun maaf di pinta sayang. Anyways, thanks for duit raya.

p/s: Lalalala...still ader mood nak beraya?takde org nak ajak pegi open house lagik ker??hehehe
Jgn lupe, kalo berkesempatan puasa 6.


Thursday, September 17, 2009

Celebrity Muslimah Make Over: Jennifer Aniston

Ever dreamt of having the style of top celebrities? But, restraint due to our strong believe to Islamic rules of women clothing? The rules are no doubts. Don't feel ashamed, you're doing what's right as Allah's servant. In fact, we all should feel proud and blessed for being a Muslim because Islam is the way of real life. Our Quran and Prophet Muhammad SAW give us the best guidelines in the world for us to obey.
Here, I'd like to make another stepping stone to my blog by making a celebrity style possible to a muslimah fashionista. Lets see what I've got with the help of

Lets copy Jennifer Aniston look at the Los Angeles premier of Love Happens to a stunning hijabis-proved. She was wearing A sparkling silver Valentino minidress with matching gladiator heels. In Style has chosen her as one of their "Look of the day" because Aniston played up well with her legs in the fall-friendly ultra-short beaded design.

Hijabis Bling Bling

As for me, she's definitely look simply sparkling no matter what she wears. Too bad, the showbiz world only "sees" her sexy long legs rather than her outfit. So, why don't we cover up the legs and make the silver dress more flattering with wide leg pant, a sheer blouse (as to mask a bit the body fitting from the dress), and of course a matching hijab/scarf/tudung. There are 2 different purse you can choose. A studded clutch is best for extra glam look. Where as, a shoulder handbag from Chanel is choosen not only for its practicality also the simple design helps to reduce the bling bling effect reflected from the whole outfit.

p/s: drooling to have all those bling bling!!! The closest "silver-wear" I've got is a puffy shoulder dress bought while visiting London 2 years ago. Nak jumpe Queen mestilah kena pakai baju bling bling sket baru setaraf. Hik Hik Hik!! Picture was taken at Madame Tussauds.


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Womens Fashion in Suite 101

Forget about the word “fashion” and think “style” – it may be mentally less intimidating or more “wearable”! says Ripley. Jacqui Ripley is a journalist and an author of The Makeover Book (Piatus 2004).

I just love Ripley's quote about fashion and style. I found her in Womens Fashion section in Suite 101. For me, Suite 101 serves the best fashion tips ever. It is very informative, intelligent quotes and very inspiring. It caters all the average women out there (including me) who sometimes stuck in a style rut. As we all know most fashion magazines give us all the trendy looks which most of the times beyond our reach hands and body. Whether, the fashion is too expensive or the fitting is extra small. Therefore, I really recommend Womens Fashion in Suite 101 to everyone who loves to style and be confident in your very own comfort zone. Even though, the site is focusing more to middle aged women, the style tips are still practical for everyone even mens.

Lets take a word by word from the world known fashionista, Victoria Beckham. She said in her book That Extra Half Inch (2007), " Whether you've got 20pounds to spend in Top Shop or £2,000 to spend at Gucci, looking good isn’t about money, it’s about style, and style never goes out of fashion.”

Before leaving this entry, I would like to grab the oppurtunity to wish all Muslims in the world "Happy Eidulfitri" or "Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri". Mohon maaf sekiranya ada keterlanjuran kata sepanjang perkenalan kita melalui blog yang tidak seberapa ini. Have a safe journey home. Last but not least, be stylist as the way you liked it!!!

Loadsa Love,


Thursday, September 10, 2009

An Evening in KL. Dare to Layer?

Top to toe:
Chiffon Scarf with Awning
Navy Blue Shirt from Guess

Sleveless Black Cotton Voile Cardigan from Pennys
White Boot Cut Jeans from MNG
Wide feet heel from Clarks
Large Tote from Chritian Dior
Chain necklace and bangle from Accesorize.

It has been a month since I moved in Kuala Lumpur from Dublin. Even though the weather never promise comfortness but your outfit can. However, comfortness could be in many ways depending on your perceptions. Some like to wear heels for comfort (Really??hehe), some prefer to wear "almost nude" (by means short skirts, bare shoulders and so on), and some just love full coverage such as wearing wide jilbab and large abayas. As for me, I love layering but I only prefer to wear it at night time. Some may never agree on wearing layers of clothings in this very warm country. However, it is never a big deal for me as long as I know my clothing materials are light and breathable. As for the above picture, I chose a plain navy blue shirt size L and layered it up with sleveless black cardigan made of cotton. Other choices, you can choose anything from silk, linen or rayon. Those are best for hot climate just like our country.

These cardigans are perfect for Malaysia-Summer-all-year-round. They are all from Promod. For your information, Promod retail outlets are available in Pavillion and The Gardens.

Gauze Fabric Shawl Jacket in Blue
Gorgeous jacket in a lightweight fabric with lots of volume on the front and a tie belt. With longer front hem, hemmed edges and a shawl collar.

Lightweight crushed jacket.
Summer jacket in cool cotton voile with an uneven hem, longer at front and ties with beltloops to fasten at the back. A covetable fashion item.

Hopefully, the idea works for you too. Selamat Mencari Kedinginan Malam AlQadr.


Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Real People Real Fashion: Sharifah Arni's Casual Look.

Yet, it's shopping spree again. Raya is just around the corner. Some people are still doing shopping, some has just finished shopping while some likes to wait for the very last minute to grab even better deals. However, shopping in this time of Ramadhan while fasting, is very exhausting. So, it is important to dress up very lightly with extra room for air, to minimize sweating as to avoid skin dryness and body dehydration.

Top to Toe:
Tudung ala ala Ekin RM35
Large bag from Carlo Rino RM200+
Grey Dress with large Button detail from Peace Collection RM40
Straight Cut Jeans From Guess 30pounds
Beige Sandals from Crocodile.

Meet my SIL, Sharifah Arni. She likes to wear something simple and casual. Her most favaurite colour is pink. However, as you see her picture today, she left her pinky outfit behind and pick a great mixture of grey, black and yellow. Definitely simple and casual. The vibrant yellow makes her style pretty outstanding. Good job!! Keep it up!!



Friday, September 4, 2009

Today is The Editor's Birthday

Alhamdulillah, today I just turned 26. My only wish is to get pregnant in anytime soon. Hehe ameen. I am blessed to be married to a wonderful husband with his adorable family. I feel my life is almost completed. Nothing else could I ask for, well, except having kids. I am grateful being a daughter to my parents and a sister to my beautiful siblings.

Thank you.


Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Style and Travel: Barcelona Baby


Casa Batillo
Parc Guell
Sunset at Barcelonata.
At Barcelona FC Official Retail Store outside Nou Camp Stadium.

I landed on Barcelona about 2 months ago for 4days 3nights family vacation. The place was spectacular with Antoni Gaudi's unique building architectural designs. Gaudi's has made one of remarkable pieces in world history. No one in the world could ever challenge this Spanish Catalan gothic-based creations (as yet). The churches, especially La Sagrada Familia was purposedly made spooky dark with an almost hallucinatory power. In fact, La Sagrada Familia is never completed and always under construction ever since it was built in 1884, the same year Gaudi's started his career. Rumours told that the church was meant to be never-finished as to show how brilliant Gaudi was when no one could ever do the same as Gaudi's masterpiece.

La Sagrada Familia.

Montjuic Castle serves the place where you can be on top of Barcelona. Going uphill, family and I had to choose a cable car or else we could never make it. The view of Barcelona from the castle was fantastically magnificent!!! (exaggerating..). Inspite of the city, I can see the artificial shores from Barcelonata Beach as well as the Port of Barcelona which situated on the north coast of Balearic Sea.

At one of the stall in front of La Sagrada Familia.

Top to toe: Tie rack scarf, A Gucci shade, DKNY Hobo bag, A striped dress from Zara, Jeans that I cant recall, and Wedges.

The Zara dress is super light weight, easy to squeeze and very handy for a traveller. Defintely, a space friendly.

I also visited Parc Guell, a UNESCO world heritage garden complex also designed by Antoni Gaudi. I was looking forward the walkway where ANTM used to made it as their runway and it worked. The park was huge as we started from the back exit. Thus, it was quite a distance to reach to the main concourse including the walkway. Oh ya, the walkway is not just an ordinary pathway. It was built just underneath the side of the hill. It was designed like a sloping arch with one side of the wall kept opened, the roof supported by the "tree trunks" and the other wall is closed. The whole idea was incredibly magnificent. Subhanallah.

At the walkway in Parc Guell.
Top to toes: Tie Rack scarf, White Blouse from Calvin Klein, Waist Belt from Pennys, Awear Bootcut Jeans-like-trouser, Snake Print Pump from Dunnes.

White top goes with anything. If you're looking for style in travelling, white is the perfect colour to look elegant.

Lets move to fashion style. As usual, before start packing, I have to make sure all the clothings are easily matched to each other. I brought 2 pair of shoes. I chose to wear wedges on plane as to save some spaces for other needs. While, the other shoes was a soft snake print pump which I can slip in anywhere in the baggage.

Top to toes: Black long scarf, Checkered Dress from Replay, Skinny jeans from Awear, and Wedges.

At Placa Catalunya, awaiting tour bus to go shopping at La Roca Village.


Sunday, August 30, 2009

Palazzo Pants

Skirt Pant! Skirt Pant! Skirt Pant! Sekepaang.....

Extra Wide Leg or else mention it as Palazzo Pants. For me, I'd love to say it as skirt-pant hehe. This flared, ultra wide, loose-fitting women trousers have been set in trend since 1960s-1970s. The pants are usually designed high-waisted and matched with ruffles shirts for classy and elgant look. Otherwise, some like it simple with a tank top and jacket. Surprisingly, don't be mistaken if you think this pants never suits the petites. Yes, it does. Just choose any palazzo with extra long and pull it out with your best stillettos. You will definitely look polished and become the center of attention.

Lauren Conrad in her high waisted palazzo pants.

Above is the picture of Lauren Conrad, my favourite fashion icon ever. Her exquisite styles speaks her talent in fashion. Now, speaking of her palazzo pants, I think she look stunning. The white ruffles shirt, a leather jacket, studded belt and pair of peep toes are perfect for her appearance at David Letterman Show. I am so envy with you LC!! Moreover, her iconic Chanel Classic Caviar Jumbo Flap is enough to possess every bagaholics.

Palazzo Pant bought in Istanbul, Turkey.
No-name black tunic top.
Navy Blue Blouse with pleats from Warehouse.
Black Pumps from Dunnes Store.
Totes from Christian Dior.

What do you think of me wearing the palazzos? Well, I look halved in the first picture. I blamed it to the photographer, my husband. Heee. (Sorry, Hunnie!!). N'ohhh I am just kidding. I do admit my shape look wider and shorter. I knew it and I don't care as I love my skirt pant a lot for its slouchy and flowing effects in every gesture. I avoided wearing heels because my palazzo is only ankle length so it is a bit short. If I put it together with heels, my skirt pant will look hanging or best word "senteng sangat bangat". And that will shows too much skins from above-maleoli to the rest of the feet. Macam tak sesuai untuk muslimah pulak. Heee...The skirt pant that I was wearing has a very extra large wide leg, an almost A-cut. As if 2 legs can fit into one. This pant is well known to Turkish Hijabis.

So, where can you shop for palazzo? The closest and cheapest way is at your door step pasar malam or uptown. Seriously yes, it is available everywhere around the country. Nowadays, the price is around RM20-RM30. The picture below is taken from

From The Closet: Raya Collections

Just feel like sharing some of my previous Raya collections.

Kebaya Pendek with Songket. Raya 2008 at Kg Surau, Salor, Kota Bharu.

Baju Kurung Kain Viscose. Raya 2006 at Malaysia Hall, Dublin.

Baju Kurung. Raya 2004 at Cheme's room, 318 South Circular Road.

Baju Kurung Thai Silk .Raya 2004 at RCSI Examination Hall.

Baju Kurung Moden Embroided. Raya 2005 at UCD Astra Hall, Belfield.

Baju Raya 2009??Am still looking for it. I have found few that I liked and within budget. Just wait for few more days to decide. Hehe. There is no rush as I am not so particular about it. So, I'd rather wait for more searchings. Anyways, how's Ramadhan treating you or more appropriately how did you treat Ramadhan so far? Let's hope for a better day after day. Keep doa' asking for Allah's guide and may He bless our deeds in this holy Ramadhan. Ameen.