This might come as a hidden blessing, but Ramadan actually serves as a strong platform to showcase your aesthetic sense because fashion takes the spotlight with plenty of glamorous looks and feels.
Weekender spoke to Style Blogger Sheena Ali, who gave insights on how ladies can create some solid fashion statements while flaunting creative and personalized looks. “Ramadan always proves to be a time to embrace art and spirituality. I am all about showcasing your vogue feel and there are plenty of ways you can get it done.”
Highlighting one of the best things she likes about Ramadan style, Sheena said embracing the art of modest dressing is always fun. “Ramadan's style can be quite tricky this year, after all its summertime. However, kaftan dresses are a great option for Ramadan's outfits, as the maxi dress style is perfect to wear and flaunt in a decent way.” What's great about kaftan dresses is that you can dress them up or down. Pair your favorite kaftan dress with a pair of heels and a clutch and you're ready for some fancy Ramadan style. On the other hand, you can wear the same kaftan dress with your favorite sandals and bag, and you've got yourself a relaxed look. Either way, it gives a fresh feel and gives you the confidence to boost your own style statement. Talking about the eclectic variety of options available in Bahrain to purchase different kaftan styles from, Sheena said you can either go for the glam look with a bedazzled kaftan from brands like Zumorrod or take up a summer floral style from brands like Max or Twenty4.
Ramadan fashion wear can be branched into other territories as well, which includes accessorizing with gorgeous big bangles! A complete look would mean stacking up on some serious arm candy “I don't think there is such a thing as too much when it comes to layering your bracelets with your watch. Add color, add sparkle, add metallics, whatever you want, you can make it work. The key is to choose colors that go together and to pick bracelets of the same style. For example, if you are stacking up thin bracelets, don't add a big chunky one in the middle, it will ruin the look. The same goes the other way around, also make sure the bracelets go well with your watch.” Check out some of the leading malls in Bahrain for your complete Ramadan makeover!