Ramadan Iftar Outfit Ideas

There is nothing like Ramadan gatherings, specifically with family & friends. Everyone holds one, and everyone gets invited to one. You get to see your friends, have great food and spend quality time together. Of course, there is the popular dresses code of Ramadan Iftar gatherings like a Bisht, Kaftan or an Abaya. These outfits are perfect for both Iftar and Suhoor. Here are a few ideas that will get people to talk about your outfit for weeks.

Kaftan:

A Kaftan is not only great looking, but it’s perfect for formal Iftar gatherings. You can add a slimming effect to your Kaftan by adding a belt to the waist as well. There are many ways to style a Kaftan; also, you can carry an elegant clutch or a handbag to make your kaftan look sophisticated as well as glamorous. If you are going for a sequined one, then keep the accessories less flashy. Kaftan can transform you in to an Arabic beauty in an instant. It’s the most fashionable and versatile outfit to wear in Ramadan.

This look is conservative and yet very stylish. Sporting an Abaya gets you off the hook of getting dressed underneath. Since cool and pastel colors are back this summer, try going with these subtle colors. There are many styles that are fit of the festive of Ramadan Iftar gatherings.

If you are a fan of black Abayas then try going for festive designs that are the artwork of
Ramadan such as, embroidery, beads, pearl. The weather will get hotter; choose one that is made from light material to keep you cool on a hot day.

BISHT:

A Bisht is a kind of long shrug that lets you flaunt your outfit underneath as it’s mostly from open. They are trendy; they make you look great and you and pair one with your outfit to make the outfit look more interesting.

Pair your Bisht with a headscarf, stylishly wrapped on the head or around the neck. You can also pair a plain one with accessories such as chokers and tasseled earrings. A variety of designs are also available such as an embroidered Bisht or an embellished one.

Ramadan is the Holy month, it’s also the month or mercy, and in this Holy spiritual month, walk humbly, talk politely, dress neatly, treat people kindly and donate generously.

There is nothing like Ramadan gatherings, specifically with family & friends. Everyone holds one, and everyone gets invited to one. You get to see your friends, have great food and spend quality time together. Of course, there is the popular dresses code of Ramadan Iftar gatherings like a Bisht, Kaftan or an Abaya. These outfits are perfect for both Iftar and Suhoor. Here are a few ideas that will get people to talk about your outfit for weeks.

KAFTAN:

A Kaftan is not only great looking, but it’s perfect for formal Iftar gatherings. You can add a slimming effect to your Kaftan by adding a belt to the waist as well. There are many ways to style a Kaftan; also, you can carry an elegant clutch or a handbag to make your kaftan look sophisticated as well as glamorous. If you are going for a sequined one, then keep the accessories less flashy. Kaftan can transform you in to an Arabic beauty in an instant. It’s the most fashionable and versatile outfit to wear in Ramadan.

RAMADAN ABAYA:

This look is conservative and yet very stylish. Sporting an Abaya gets you off the hook of getting dressed underneath. Since cool and pastel colors are back this summer, try going with these subtle colors. There are many styles that are fit of the festive of Ramadan Iftar gatherings.

If you are a fan of black Abayas then try going for festive designs that are the artwork of
Ramadan such as, embroidery, beads, pearl. The weather will get hotter; choose one that is made from light material to keep you cool on a hot day.

BISHT:

A Bisht is a kind of long shrug that lets you flaunt your outfit underneath as it’s mostly from open. They are trendy; they make you look great and you and pair one with your outfit to make the outfit look more interesting.

Pair your Bisht with a headscarf, stylishly wrapped on the head or around the neck. You can also pair a plain one with accessories such as chokers and tasseled earrings. A variety of designs are also available such as an embroidered Bisht or an embellished one.

Ramadan is the Holy month, it’s also the month or mercy, and in this Holy spiritual month, walk humbly, talk politely, dress neatly, treat people kindly and donate generously.