April 13, 2021 4 min read
The Holy month of Ramadan is upon us, and for Muslims, that means plenty of joy, prayers, celebrations, and shopping for Ramadan clothes. However, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar does not only carry a historical and religious significance. It also bears tremendous social importance.
Most Muslim’s upcoming month might be reserved for fasting throughout the day, but the evenings are also filled with Iftar invites. For those unaware, Iftar is the first meal you have after sunset, thus completing your fast for the day. And after the holy month is over, Muslims all across the world celebrate Eid for three entire days. It is a grand affair filled with fabulous traditional clothes. If you want to make a good impression this Ramadan, let’s take a look at all your outfit options!
What to Wear During Ramadan:
Ramadan is, above all, a religious month. It is only natural that most Muslim women feel the need to dress moremodestlyat this time. The women usually turn to traditional clothing that is more representative of their culture and their heritage.
Although Muslims often find themselves grouped together, the truth is that there is no single dress code that they follow during this time. Women in Pakistan might turn to their salwar kameez, while Middle Eastern women would prefer their abayas. If you are feeling unsure about what to wear during Ramadan, here are some tips that might help:
Ramadan Clothes Ideas:
Now that we have the basics out of the way, let’s get into somemodest outfit ideas:
Ramadan Kareem! We hope this gave you an idea of what to look for when you plan your Ramadan clothes; let us know in the comments if it did!
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