Iftar dinners will be exciting this year after all the Covid – 19 crises. The majority of the population is fully vaccinated, and restrictions have been lifted in most parts of the world. Gradually the world is returning to normal. And after all of this, the most blessed month of the year for Muslims is just around the corner- The Holy month of Ramadan.
A quote says,’ Empty your stomach to feed your soul .’This explains the true essence of this month. It is the month of spiritualist humanity, reflecting upon oneself and giving back, and especially catching up with friends and family.
How to Dress in Ramadan?
Respect for this month is essential, so here are certain things that should be kept in mind while opting for a dress in the month of Ramadan.
- Do not wear any revealing or skin-tight clothes.
- Keep your dresses cool and simple.
- Try layering them with front open abayas or style them with long cardigans.
- Opt for some classy and comfortable footwear.
- Don’t forget to accessorize accordingly.
- Try some latest hijab styles for Ramadan.
And apart from all of these, the blessed iftar dinner parties that were missing from our lives for two years will be returning this year. So, have you decided upon your Iftar dinner look? Not yet, so don’t worry. Whether you are a Muslim or not, we are here with some great options in modest dressing to help you decide your look to dazzle your iftar dinners.
1. Ethnic Outfits
There is a wide range of options available to wear in ethnic outfits. Style your Kurti with types of denim or white trouser, or opt for some bold print dresses. Anarkali suit sets a perfect balance between traditional elegance and fashion. Ethnic outfits will be your best option for indoor parties.
2. White Dresses
Wearing white dresses during the Holy month of Ramadan has its charm. It looks so good and pure, giving complete Ramadan vibes. A famous Pakistani designer Nomi Ansari hosts a white theme iftar dinner for his friends and family every year in Ramadan.
3. Maxi Dresses
Maxi dresses are your perfect dresses to wear not only in iftar dinners, but they are also quite beneficial if you live in the Middle East. You can easily rock any event with your modest dressing. They are a long, flowy, and comfortable piece of clothing anyone could own. Complete your look with a matching scarf.
Kaftans are the traditional dresses, more on the Arabic side. Mix and match your kaftan with other clothing items you own, and make a style statement of your own in the next iftar dinner you are headed to in Ramadan.
Abayas are a lifesaver when going out for an iftar dinner. With a vast range of variety in design and styles available these days, it looks exquisite and super stylish if styled the right way. Pair with a matching hijab, and you are good to go.
7. Casual & Comfortable
Something casual and comfortable is your best option to wear if you are the host of an event. You need to look the best and be comfortable enough to manage everything. Get your wide-legged pants. loose trousers or jeans to go with the matching shirts to put your look together. Wear it with flat sandals to look effortlessly chic.
I hope I got you all covered here to look your best during your special gathering with your friends and families during the month of Ramadan. I wish you all have a blessed month full of prosperity and happiness. Do keep me in your prayers too.
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