Polka Baju Kurung for Kids
Kathrina's Children Boutique
Traditional baju melayu cekak musang (buttons not included). Crafted from a cotton material with a smooth texture that’s cooling on the skin. Loose fit to get you comfortable all day long.
The Baju Melayu is commonly worn in Malaysia and Singapore by Malay men, although its use in Singapore is usually restricted to Fridays at mosques, and the Eid ul-Fitr (Malay: Hari Raya) holiday. Malaysian men usually wear the shirt for general religious occasions, such as visiting the mosque or for a religious gathering. Some companies allow their male workers to wear Baju Melayu on Fridays, whereas others have it as a policy. On the whole Singaporeans frequently refer to it as a Baju Kurung, although this term in Malaysia usually refers only to the corresponding outfit for women.
- Two piece set
- Baju Melayu cekak musang (buttons not included)
- Regular fit
- Cooling mixed cotton material
- One side hidden zip (left)
- Laid flat (in inches)