Ramadan fashion: 5 ways Hijab sisters can look flawless during the holy month

Ramadan fashion: 5 ways Hijab sisters can look flawless during the holy month

Muslims all over the world are observing the month of Ramadan. The month in which Muslims are to fast and pray to Allah, this does not mean Muslims do not pray during the rest of the year, it just means this month is a special one for many Muslims.

The month of Ramadan is known as the holy month, the month of the Quran, the month of forgiveness, the month of mercy and so on.

Islamic faithful is expected to live with a clean heart this month, which means abstaining from all things sinful and pray to Allah, and they are expected to continue to live that way even after Ramadan, as the month is supposed to teach and prepare Muslims to improve their lives.

When it comes to fashion, Muslim women are expected to dress in specific ways, arms covered, hair covered, backside covered and no revealing of skin in any way.

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To help Muslim sisters look fashionable and still follow the Islamic way during this holy month, Legit.ng has put together a list of photos of Muslim Instagram fashionistas.

1) Office look:

There are several ways Muslim sisters can dress to the office during month of Ramadan and still look fashionable. For example wearing that covers up all the necessary areas is good for Muslim sisters to look good in and prayer with.

2) Business and chic:

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3) Hangout

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4) Impromptu event:

Muslim sisters can follow this chic way of dressing for impromptu events to look presentable fashionably for casual outings.

5) Friday outfit

Fridays are for Jumat prayers so it is advisable for Muslim sisters to dress in ways that would still look good for work and Jumat prayers.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported a story also addressing the month of Ramadan. The article addressed a list of questions Muslims are usually asked during the holy month of Ramadan.

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