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Styling Tips & Ideas To Achieve The Righteous Ramadan Look

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Styling Tips & Ideas To Achieve The Righteous Ramadan Look

The beautiful and holy time of the year is almost here. Yes! We are talking about Ramadan. The holy month of Ramadan is a beautiful occasion to pray, eat and spread love. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Muslims worldwide wait eagerly for the sight of the beautiful crescent moon. It is believed that the festival takes us closer to God and brings families together. The Holy month is also known as the month of introspection, forgiveness, and charity. 

On the last day of the month, families celebrate and share gifts. The fun and beautiful part for us women is that we socialize and dress up in beautiful ethnic wear. Every Ramadan is an excellent chance to wear appealing festive wear. Still, the important thing is to wear something breezy and easy to carry. Women worldwide prefer to wear something comfortable, modest, and festive. It is tricky to shop for something comfortable on the skin but pleasing to the eyes. 

So what are you wearing this season? Don't worry if you haven't started your Ramadan outfit shopping yet! Here are some exquisite outfit ideas that are enjoyable, elegant, and perfect to wear this Ramadan season.

Ramadan Styling Tips

Ramadan is the holy month in which men and women wear clothes that cover their shoulders, torso, and legs.

A Decent And Elegant Outfit

According to the rules, the Ramadan outfit must be decent, elegant, unique, and should give festive vibes.

Comfort Is The Essential

Comfort is essential while picking your EID outfits, so select a soft fabric that soothes your skin and looks equally beautiful on you.

Straight-Cut Pants And Palazzos

Straight-legged palazzos are not only an appropriate choice to wear in this season but are trending number one in women’s ethnic fashion.

Go With Flowy Suits

Flowy Kurtis, with loose-fitting, lets the air pass through so you can mingle and chill with your friends and family.

Stick To The Festive Vibes

Select beautiful suits that will spread the festive vibes because it is also essential that we stick to our tradition and spread joyous vibes.

Keeping the above points in mind, here are styling ideas for this Ramadan.

The Classic White

White Chanderi Silk Kurta With Silk Palazzo

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Classic White Chanderi Silk Kurta is a perfect Ramadan outfit option for your Iftar parties. This gorgeous suit is made of the best Chanderi silk fabric and has zari work on the neck and sleeves. The suit is paired with a palazzo tucked with an organza border and a beautiful scalloped organza dupatta to give a unique classy finish to the outfit.

The Alluring Rose Pink

Rose Pink Chanderi Silk Kurta With Pants And Organza Dupatta

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Are you going to meet your favorite cousin? The alluring Rose Pink Chanderi Silk Kurta is an excellent choice to outshine everyone. It is made of Chanderi silk, and the set has zari work on the neck and sleeves.

The Noble Purple

Purple Hand Embroidered Chanderi Silk Kurta With Silk Palazzo And Organza Dupatta

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You must have this bright purple suit in your eid dresses. The outfit will gracefully depict your Indianness. The suit is Chanderi silk and is heavily embroidered with exquisite zari work and motif designs. The suit is paired with a Chanderi silk palazzo tucked with an organza border, zari work on the bottom, and a scalloped organza dupatta.

The Adorable Pink

This adorable Anarkali suit is comfortable, flowy, and hand-embroidered. This suit is made from Bandhani fabric and Gota Patti detailing at the border. The premium fabric is hand-dyed by artisans. It is the perfect Ramadan outfit to wear at an Iftar party.

Pink Hand Embroidered Bandhani Cotton Anarkali With Palazzo

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The Pleasant Peach

You can wear this beautiful and pleasant peach suit during Ramadan days. The kurta is made of 100% cotton fabric, which is super soft on the skin. It comes with complimenting palazzo pants and a dupatta in the same textiles.

Peach Cotton Printed Kurta With Pants And Dupatta

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The Ethereal Blue

The simple and sober blue cotton printed kurta is suitable to wear if you are fasting. It is made of cambric cotton and has lacework on the neck and sleeves. The suit is made with block printing and paired with afghani pants and a Kota fabric dupatta.

Blue Cotton Printed Kurta With Pants And Dupatta

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The Heather Purple

Add this simple and gorgeous purple kurta to your eid clothes collection. It is made of Chanderi silk and has zari work on the neck, sleeves, and zari motifs on the front. The kurta is paired with a Chanderi silk palazzo tucked with an organza border on the bottom and a scalloped organza dupatta.

Purple Embroidery Chanderi Silk Kurta With Silk Pants And Organza Dupatta

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The Vibrant Yellow

Keeping the season’s heat in mind, we have picked another easy-breezy and flowy Ramadan outfit. This yellow cotton printed kurta with lace looks elegant and comfortable to wear during Ramadan. It comes with matching palazzo pants and a dupatta.

Yellow Cotton Dupatta With Lace

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The Enchanting Pink

The gorgeous light pink kurta is made of Chanderi silk and is hand embroidered with motifs and detailed zari work on the front and the sleeves. The suit is paired with a pant, made with Chanderi silk tucked with an organza border with motifs detailing and a scalloped organza dupatta.

Light Pink Embroidery Chanderi Silk Kurta With Silk Pant And Organza Dupatta

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Faq

During Ramadan, you should wear easy-to-carry and flowy suits as you have to keep fasting and carry on with your everyday lifestyle. Soft cotton comfortable fabrics allow sweat absorption and let the air pass through so that you can enjoy your day.

Traditionally, the fast of Ramadan needs to be broken with dates, but other delicious dishes are also served at Iftar parties and Eid parties like Shorba, Keema Samosa, Kababs, Biriyani, Sheermal Korma, and more.

Wear a comfortable outfit if you are at your home, but if you are going out for an Iftar party, wear ethnic and fancy suits or dresses that will make you look traditional and splendid while being in a decent look.

Muslims worldwide will perceive Ramadan on Saturday, April 2. They will fast from sunrise till sundown for 30 days. The last day is marked and celebrated as Eid-Al-Fitr.

Muslims go to work, and their kids go to school. They carry on with their usual activities during Ramadan; however, it is a holy festival, so people also read the entire Quran, read Duas (special prayers), and attend meetings at mosques more frequently. All Muslims who have reached adolescents and are in good health are required to fast.