Ramadan is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like us, you have your eyes on a few abaya styles to sport this year. From ruffles to big bows, here are 10 head-turning modest looks you should opt for this Ramadan.
Ruffles are in this season, and they’re apparently making their way to our abayas, too. Though not your traditional abaya, Rafidah’s traditional Kurung is a great way to make a modest-fashion statement.
We can’t get enough of lace. Ever. The style classic adorns everything from shoes to bags and abayas. Spice up an old boring abaya by adding lace details to the sleeves and bottom or buy Zara Zi’s look from Aaliya Collections.
BELT IT UP
One of this season’s top trends is the corset waist belt. Incorporate the fashion trend into your abaya style like Fatma Husam did here.
RING A BELL
This year is all about statement sleeves. Play up your abaya sleeves this Ramadan by opting for a bell sleeve abaya like Saufeeya Goodson’s Noor The Label abaya here.
It’s not easy to wear sheer without worrying too much about over-exposure. However, Nabilah Kariem managed to find a winning set of rules for a worry-free, daring fashion statement.
Who said your abaya has to be black and boring? A heavily embellished abaya or thobe is a great statement-making piece to invest in that you surely can wear long after Ramadan is over. Marwa Atik’s hand-stitched thobe is definitely one to die for.
We don’t even know where to start with Reyan Haidar’s most recent kaftan look. Victorian: check. Statement making: check. Modest: check. What more could one want?!
Because who doesn’t love glitter? Reman Ali’s Perla abaya is great for a night out in a Ramadan tent or at a friend’s suhoor. Take a style cue from the Emirati blogger and pair it with a bright popping colour underneath.
Prints, prints, prints. Although the word-print fashion trend is on the rise, colorful prints and color blocking is still appreciated. Ayshah Kamel added a pop of colour to her Bardees abaya through her choice of accessories and veil.
PRETTY IN PINK
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