Top 10 Best Baju Kurung in Malaysia | Updated 2018 | DeAsia SecretHave you ever wondered what is the Top 10 Best Baju Kurung in Malaysia for 2018? If the answer is yes, this article is going to reveal that to you. First of all, the main reason why we wrote this article is because some of our members are wondering what’s the best types of Baju Kurung and the differences between them. Well, your wish is our command! We did some in-depth analysis and research and the masterpiece is finally completed.
Baju Kurung ModenThe Traditional Baju Kurung has evolved into a more modern look than its previous designs. Here’s the difference of Baju Kurung Moden and Traditional.
- The loose design from the traditional baju kurung had changed into a more fitted design that follows the shape of the body.
- The baju kurung’s trailing design depends on the suitability of the body.
- The neck’s and sleeve’s fashion also varies from each other.
- The sarong skirt has been cut into pieces, such as the slab cover on the edge, front or back in order to facilitate with the your movement.
- The modern design and style include a fitting trend that allows you to have a slimmer look than the Traditional Baju Kurung.
Baju Kurung PeplumBaju Kurung Peplum is more or less similar to the Baju Kurung Moden but having a rather distinctive feature. The Peplum fashion is shown as having its dress trails until the waistline and an expanded design with various floral arrangements at the back of the dress that resembles a mini skirt.
Baju Kurung PahangBaju Kurung Riau Pahang or more commonly known as Baju Kurung Pahang originates from a historic relationship between the country of Riau and the country of Pahang. A Baju Kurung Pahang differs from the gusset of a Baju kurung wherereas Baju Kurung Pahang has both sides of the Baju Kurung Pahang have an expanded tapering section while connected to a hanging gusset. This dress has a high collar design that looks even more spectacular when 7 or 9 buttons are attached.
Baju Kurung KedahThis type of baju kurung is thought to have been originated from Southern Thailand because it resembles a short blouse that was made as short dress up until the hips that were used by the Southern Thais. The Baju Kurung Kedah consists of a loose dress and was made of a small flowered cotton or a thin or thick cotton gauze. This dress is worn with a sarong. The sheathing fabric is fastened and is inserted at the left or right of the sarong. This dress can be regarded as a daily use dress.
Baju Kurung CottonIt is quite similar than that of a traditional baju kurung except that the clothing material of the dress is made entirely from cotton. Some traditionally made baju kurung consists of a more rough material and not as smooth as the cotton fabric itself. Moreover, a baju kurung cotton is inexpensive than the one made from silk or other expensive materials.
Baju Kurung JohorIt is also sometimes known as the Baju Kurung Teluk Belanga. It resembles a lot with the traditional baju kurung. It’s main purpose of its creation is to cover the women’s Aurah rather than following the style and trend only. This dress follows the design of the Baju Melayu Johor where its fittings were made not to be fit and enable you to wear it loosely without showing their body shape. The trailing length of this dress goes down until at the wearer’s knee and its sleeves have a wider diameter than the modern Baju Kurung.
Baju Kurung LaceIt is a type of Baju Kurung Kedah but with an extra lace design on its dress making it look more beautiful and stylish than the other types of baju kurung on the market. It is sometimes worn during engagement or wedding ceremonies because of its design and style that includes a lace on the dress.
Traditional Baju KurungThis is the origin of Baju Kurung in Malaysia. This dress includes a plain design and some with a few decorative design and style. The main feature of the traditional Baju Kurung is that it is made loosely and not as fit as the Baju Kurung Moden today. Its sleeve, as well as the main dress and sarong, have a trailing style that covers the wrist, hips, and ankles respectively. This Baju Kurung was made in conforming with the teachings of Islam to cover one’s Aurah.
Baju Kurung Teluk BelangaThis is introduced during the ruling of the late Sultan Abu Bakar. This dress was set to be worn by the women at the time with a long trail design until the wearer’s knee and without any pockets. Now, various modifications had been made to this dress along with the changes in fashion and trend throughout our time.
Mini KurungThe mini kurung, on the other hand, is almost similar to the modern baju kurung. It was introduced before the modern baju kurung. The only difference is that its design and style only differ on the size and length of the gusset and dress respectively. The main dress has a shorter design where it was sewn to be shorter than the wearer’s waist while the sarong remains the same as the modern baju kurung. The sleeves of the Mini Kurung were made shorter than the traditional dresses which shows half the arm and wrist.
Wrapping It Up
So there you have it!
I hope you’ve discovered (or re-discovered) some amazing baju kurung today.
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Did I Miss Any?
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