My Style

Ramadan Edit part I

With the beginning of Ramadan I had the curiosity to try the Arabic style outfits. Β All my curiosity turned into a special edit about what Arabic Women and expats Β wear during the Ramadan month. After all I have been living in the Middle East forΒ 

five or seven years and I never tried to wear abaya, kaftans, or similar style garment. Here is my debut πŸ™‚ For those back home who are wondering what the local law/authorities says what an expat can wear this period – well there is no issue or rules as long you look decent and respect the culture and local traditions. Dubai or United Arab Emirates are very open and friendly to other cultures and traditions. In so many years living here I never witnesses any issues regarding how oneΒ dress up.

Latest experiences, friendships and maybe the age I’m approaching lead me toΒ embrace the Modest Fashion trend. Well, don’t rush with the conclusion. I am not heading to any extreme changes of my style. {But Reinvent has to Reivent πŸ™‚ }

I just found that sometimes not revealing much skin it will bring more elegance to the outfits. Look at this beautiful piece of Marmar Halim’s Ramadan Collection. The details of dress, the way it falls on body…it is just so beautiful and feminine. The designer is available in Atelier des Artistes in Box Park. The edit wouldn’t be complete without the shoes that make the perfect match to this Modest wearing. All the featured shoes are from Aldo that made such a good and continue presence on Reinvent Yourself edits.

Ramadan Kareem to all my friends that a fasting this month,


Photo: Marina Andrenucci @marinadrenuciΒ  Β / web

Kaftan: Marmar Halim at Atelier des Artistes in Box Park/Dubai

Shoes: ALDO

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