Modest Trends To Wear This Ramadan

April showers bring May flowers, and this May has brought Ramadan!

Ramadan marks the beginning of a spiritual break where people focus on recharging and connecting with their spirituality. It is our favorite time of the year, and this year it falls on the shared time between spring and summer. But, in between suhoor and iftar, we have to live our lives as normal, and that means work or school. You still have to wake up early, you still have to focus, you still have to get dressed and, for extra bonus points, you have to look put together. Traditionally women like to dress modestly during the entire month.

Don’t worry, though. We got you. Here are some of our favorite modest spring/summer trends to up your wardrobe this Ramadan!

Structured Suits


Head to toe power suits aren’t just for the office anymore. Structured suits have made their way from fashion week to retailers to your favorite Instagram feed. If you’re not a fan of monochrome, start off with the perfect black blazer, or pair a blazer dress with pants.

 An Abaya


A flowing abaya over it is the simplest way to go about a sophisticated look. This is a look every Muslim girl has in her closet, so throw it together and see what happens! From pastels to patterns to pompoms, who knew there were so many abaya options?

Wide-Legged & High Waisted

Anyone else feels stuck in a skinny jean rut? Give those pieces of denim a break and try some 90’s-style high-waisted mom jeans or flowing wide-leg pants. Wide-leg pants often come in cotton or linen, helping you stay cool and breezy during the summer. And for the Muslim girl fasting in this heat, modest and comfy is a win-win situation.

Pastel Hues


Honestly, when are pastel shades not a good idea? We love pinks and lavenders, peaches and beiges, cool blues and eggshell whites. Whether you incorporate it by wearing a pastel hijab or pastel shoes, trust us, this simple and elegant color scheme is always a #look.

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