Celebrating Ramadan: Grab these modest fashion collections while you can
- 30 May 2019
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Evening event? Special dinner? Or early Eid preparation? Whatever it is, we can’t wait to show you the collections that we’ve hunted down for you. We’re talking metallic abayas, exclusive designer picks, and intricately embellished cover-ups that your wardrobe totally wants.
From local Emirati designers to international fashion labels, scroll down to find your perfect fit.
Emirati sisters Noor, Sarah and Budoor Al Khaja launched Serb Studio in 2018 around the sole idea of creating timeless designs that exude confidence. And the Dubai-based label has launched a Ramadan collection that takes business casual to the next level.
Featuring everything from satin suit sets to smart casual silk shirt dresses to flowing tulle kaftans and raw silk capes, Serb Studio is your go-to outfit designer for your a corporate iftar or suhoor. Prices lie in the AED 1,300-1,900 range, all the way up to AED 3,500 for the brand’s layered tulle coat.
Halima Aden x Modanisa
Isn’t she the cutest? Supermodel Halima Aden has collaborated with modest fashion e-tailer giant Modanisa to create a line of head-turning hijabs. The ravishing line of headscarves, shawls, and “instant scarves” – a.k.a turbans – consists of 47 pieces that offer a mix of ready-to-wear options to sport beyond the Holy month.
With prices starting at $30 for the basic crepe shawl, monogrammed with the 21-year-old model’s name, this is possibly the best way to compliment your Ramadan – or Eid – outfit.
Tiffany & Co. x Yasmin Al Mulla
One of the world’s most iconic jewellery brands, Tiffany & Co., has marked the Ramadan season with a collaboration with Yasmin Al Mulla. The emerging, Dubai-based fashion designer – who operates under the name YNM – has worked on a whimsical six-piece collection comprised of Spanish jacquard kaftans and Japanese silk dresses.
YNM’s collection of pastel-hued dresses and a striking red number – beautifully accessorised by timeless Tiffany & Co. jewels, including the striking 18-carat flames diamond earrings designed by Jean Schlumberger – strikes the perfect balance between modest and modern.
Dubbed as the Middle East’s leading online destination for fashion and lifestyle, Namshi is an awesome go-to for high street styles rich in prints, ruffles, laser-cut fabrics, statement sleeves, embroidery, and more.
Whether you’re looking for statement suhoor abayas or light day-time kaftans/ dresses to wear to work, their charming collection features hundreds of styles from leading regional and international labels including the likes of Haya’s Closet, Femi9, Anotah, and Threadz.
For the more high end, The Modist specialises in extravagant modest fashion. The website is home to exclusive collections and covetable runway pieces, from both regional and international designers like Roksanda, Ingie Paris, Rami Al Ali, Bouguessa, Yuliya Magdych, and more. The exclusive demure designs uniquely cater to its Middle Eastern audience.
The Spanish high street brand has embraced Spring Summer 19’s most daring trend: the animal print. Infused with a simple tie-dye print and soft earthy tones, Mango found the winning formula to dapper, modest Ramadan style. The intricately designed collection comes in an array of fabrics, all summer friendly, to help you cope with the UAE’s harsh heat. Think long-sleeved dresses, loose trousers, maxi skirts, kaftans, and kimonos, in tens of different styles and patterns to choose from.
No one does girly like Bambah. Feminine designs, bold colours, luxurious fabrics, you name it. This Ramadan, Bambah creatively played with both fabrics and cuts to complement Spring Summer 19. Whether it’s their blue feather kaftan ($790) or beige striped petunia kaftan ($480), the Ramadan edit is all about soft hues, light fabrics, and feminine chic.
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(Writing by May Rostom; Editing by Seban Scaria email@example.com)
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