Keep Up With Your Ramadan Style Game In Quarantine

Social distancing means we can’t go to the iftar parties that we are used to, but that doesn’t mean we can’t glam up at home! Ramadan calls for modest looks, but with the sweltering weather in our part of the world, it’s not always practical to carry the three-piece lawn suit or a long dupatta. However, thanks to the rise of modest fashion, dressing up for your quarantine iftar is possible even with western pieces! Scroll down to get inspiration on how to do so, and when you’re done, schedule an iftar party with your friends on zoom! You can stay safe, break your fast with your friends and satisfy your thirst to flaunt the latest fashion: 

1. Slay It With The Separates

Separates have clearly out shined jumpsuits and become the new summer favourites. Are you finding it difficult to style them modestly? Take cues from blogger Bia Alina and pull them off like a pro! Alina adds life to the basic striped separates by layering them with a bright yellow duster, red bag, pumps and a classy black scarf. This look channels just the kind of energy we all need in our day right now! 

2. Keep It Neutral

If going all bright and colourful isn’t your cup of tea, then opt for a more neutral colour palette! Leena Alghouti knows exactly how to rock a simple look. Reach for your fancy white trousers, your satin shirt, and voila – you’re ready. P.S – remember that your shoes can make or break your look! Leena added a spunk of fun in her outfit through her zebra printed heels and it’s a tip you might want to keep in mind if you think something is missing from your look.

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3. Twirl In A Skirt

When it comes to modest fashion, long, flowy skirts have forever been a staple in one’s wardrobe. They are feminine, easy to carry and breezy enough to be worn even on the hottest of summer days. Take some inspiration on how to style a pleated skirt from the super chic, Aiman Zaib Tanoli. We love how she has paired the crisp white button-down with a pastel skirt and printed hijab. And yes, we’ve got our eyes on that statement necklace!

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4. Stay Home In Monochrome

Sometimes, all you need to jazz up am outfit you’ve worn numerous times, is putting a statement piece on top of it. Whether it’s a zoom iftari with friends or a sit down dinner with your family – layer a simple dress with a funky, printed kimono and pose for that perfect OOTD shot!. The look is Aqsa Amir approved who effortlessly rocks a summery kimono over an all-black outfit. She pairs it with a cool white hijab and heels. 

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So excited to finally share it with you guys. I’ve been one of the people who really “want” to do something - something on their own, being independent, bachpan se. I had interest in psychology as a subject but wanted to opt for business administration too because of my dream of starting something on my own (ended up in a totally different field though). So I’ve been working on this for a really long time now, but I have this feeling that everytime I talk about my plans, something comes in the way and they never happen so I didn’t talk about this earlier. But today, when I was trying ANOTHER design from my UPCOMING CLOTHING BRAND I felt so happy got so emotional and decided to share it with you all at that moment. 🥺🥺🥺 Yes, you heard it right. I’m starting my own clothing line very soon In sha Allah. Just waiting to get a few other designs done, that are already in the list. Please pray for me, need a lot of prayers at this point 🥺❤️ To be honest, I had two plans for a startup and this was the second one. But the first one needs more time and energy and that’s something that I can give when I’m done with my university. So, I decided to work on this one first instead for the following reasons; 1. A LOT of you wanted me to do this and wanted me to sell my own clothes that my mom makes and that wasn’t possible as there were more requests and fewer clothes 😂🙈 2. I really wanted to invest my money into something rather than spending it here and there 🙈 3. I had FULL support from my family Alhamdulillah. I am so emotional and so happy right now I don’t know what to say, please ignore the mistakes (if any) and PRAY FOR ME I NEED YOUR PRAYERS 😭🥺🥺❤️❤️ Also, my mom is a SUPER MOM, Ma sha Allah 🥺❤️ I cannot thank her enough for everything that she does. ❤️ Sab dua karna ke sahi tarah se hojaye sab, please. Okay? 🥺❤️ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #news #goodnews #pakistanibloggers #pakistaniblogs #instablogs #islamabad #lahore #karachi #ootd #ootnight

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5. Dress Right In White

The classic white shirt and black pants combination always works wonders. But have you ever tried adding a traditional touch to your staple outfit? Blogger, Marya shows us how to do it. She has brilliantly styled her monochrome outfit with an ajrak-esque scarf and minimal accessories.

6. Rock Those Prints

Who says modest fashion can’t be experimental? Hijabi influencer Aisha Saqib makes a serious case for clashing prints in this super cute outfit. She pairs her polka dotted shirt with printed blue pants and a bright scarf —  this look screams summer. Wear this, close your eyes and just imagine you’re at a lunch with your friends while you sip on your mint lemonade at iftari! 

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