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| by Sara Elemary

Your Guide to Stylish Ramadan 2014 Hijab Fashion

When Ramadan comes around, most of us start searching for clothes that fit daytime, Iftar gatherings, and night time. I will give you a guide to a stylish ramadan and some ideas that might help you to arrange your hijab outfits in Ramadan.

1. Daytime:

As Ramadan this year is coming in very hot and long days, for one stylish Ramadan I recommend very light colors in the morning, and it's much better to avoid striking colors and go more with pastels. Long skirts, maxi dresses with cardigans, sirwals, and wide leg pants would be perfect for day time during Ramadan, or even long simple tunics and long cardigans on straight leg pants. Harem pants would also look simple, chic, yet conservative at the same time and they always make the best stylish hijab outfit.

2. Iftar Gatherings and Outings:

When it comes to Iftar gatherings and outings, I highly recommend kaftans. You can go for printed ones which give you the feeling of the oriental look, plus when you pick one that's made of chiffon, it will give you the feeling of summer, as it's loose, long, and conservative to wear. For a chic Ramadan outfit, you may accessorise your kaftan with a simple plain turban or a plain light scarf.

I also recommend chic Abayas, as they give you the feeling of an Arabian princess. At the beginning of my career, I never thought that colored Abayas may look chic and fashionable, but now I just created the best selling ones in different elegant colors, that may suit Iftar and after Iftar times perfectly. All what you need to pull off your Abaya is a nice bag, standing out necklace and if you are veiled, then go with nice scarf.

Remember, if you are wearing a black Abaya in Ramadan, don’t wear just any scarf, just go with scarf that has a black color in it, so you don’t look odd. I would highly recommend nude and beige shades with black Abayas for a chic hijab look.

I'll leave you with a few images from my latest collection to get you inspired for your Ramadan outfits.

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