The Best of The Ramadan Collections You Can Shop Now

The Best of The Ramadan Collections You Can Shop Now

The Holy Month is almost upon us, so here’s how to update your wardrobe.

Forget short shorts and spaghetti straps – Ramadan is all about dressing modestly.

But that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style, as regional and international designers prove year after year.

Many luxury, mid and high-street labels bring out exclusive capsules and curated sections in time for Ramadan, so we’ve sifted through them to bring you our favourites.

For all the dos and don’ts of the Holy Month, click here, and for our cherry-picked selection of the best Ramadan-ready collections you can shop now, scroll down…

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   May 15, 2017
Forget just Ramadan, we'd happily rock Zayan The Label's capsule collection all year round. From ditsy-print gowns to lace-caped numbers, the range is made up of 11 kaftans with super-cute details (think rosebud embroidery and frilly collars). Available at Zayan The Label in The Galleria Mall and at S*uce boutiques.S*uce Rocks has curated a Ramadan-themed collection of jewellery that brings together Arabesque motifs from Alessa, bold gold bangles from Nada G, and a range of pieces from regional designers including Alezan by SK and Charmaleena. Layer up for a subtle nod to Middle Eastern culture during the Holy Month. Available at S*uce Rocks Galleria Mall.S*uce have also teamed up with Italian brand Vivetta to create a limited-edition kaftan (Dhs1,980) for Ramadan, clad in either fiery red or fresh blue stripes. The billowing silk number is finished with hand-embroidered motifs and eye-catching flared sleeves. Available at S*uce stores and online.The region's newest etailer for luxury fashion has set up a special Ramadan section on its site ahead of the Holy Month kicking off. The Modist's curated collection of covered-up pieces include exclusive designs from labels such as Osman, Mary Katrantzou (like this kaftan, Dhs4,425), Eskandar and more. Available at themodist.com.Luxury online fashion hub Ounass has also launched a dedicated Ramadan section, featuring elegant dining sets, beauty essentials, and a range of contemporary and classic ready-to-wear pieces. We're particularly taken with this statement-making cream abaya from Chador (Dhs6,500). Available at ounass.ae.So it's not an exclusive collection, per se, but Namshi have loaded up on floor-sweeping dresses and full-length jumpsuits just in time for Ramadan. We're particularly taken with this floral number from Anaya (Dhs500), while Haya's Closet's range of embroidered abayas are sure to make a statement. Available at namshi.com.Again, it's not a dedicated Ramadan collection, but the newly-arrived & Other Stories will see you through the month in style. These versatile wide-leg trousers (Dhs449) will become a bit of a wardrobe stalwart...... while we've fallen head over heels for this printed dress (Dhs629). Available at & Other Stories, The Dubai Mall.Also creating a Ramadan curation is concept store Love Shop Pray, which has pulled together a selection of pieces to see you through many a suhoor or iftar. This sequinned jacket by Dixie can be thrown on top of any outfit to cover up shoulders. Available at Love Shop Pray, Al Wasl Road.From belted wide-leg trousers (Dhs2,949)to elegantly simple abayas, Parisian concept store Le66 has several staples in-store to keep you looking modern yet modest. Available at Le66, City Walk.A glamorous iftar offers the opportunity to put your best foot forward - and Kurt Geiger's Ramadan range will help you do that with its line of metallic and modern heels (like this Carvela sandal, Dhs899). Available at Kurt Geiger stores.As well as an Eid gift guide, e-commerce site Moda Operandi has put together a day-and-night dressing section to help you ramp up your Ramadan wardrobe. There's plenty to pick from in the curated edit, but we're especially taken with this Rosie Assoulin tiered skirt (Dhs9,163). Available online at modaoperandi.com.If you want to peruse a range of designers at once, it's worth checking out the exclusive Bloomingdale’s Ramadan pop-up. The department store has pulled together a selection of modest pieces from designers including Bougessa, Chador, Lady Fozaza, Ayesha Depala and more. Available at Bloomingdale’s Dubai.For maxi dresses dripping in sequins and iftar-appropriate gowns, Monsoon's Ramadan collection should have you sorted. Available at Monsoon stores.

The Best of The Ramadan Collections You Can Shop Now

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Forget just Ramadan, we'd happily rock Zayan The Label's capsule collection all year round. From ditsy-print gowns to lace-caped numbers, the range is made up of 11 kaftans with super-cute details (think rosebud embroidery and frilly collars). Available at Zayan The Label in The Galleria Mall and at S*uce boutiques.
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S*uce Rocks has curated a Ramadan-themed collection of jewellery that brings together Arabesque motifs from Alessa, bold gold bangles from Nada G, and a range of pieces from regional designers including Alezan by SK and Charmaleena. Layer up for a subtle nod to Middle Eastern culture during the Holy Month. Available at S*uce Rocks Galleria Mall.
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S*uce have also teamed up with Italian brand Vivetta to create a limited-edition kaftan (Dhs1,980) for Ramadan, clad in either fiery red or fresh blue stripes. The billowing silk number is finished with hand-embroidered motifs and eye-catching flared sleeves. Available at S*uce stores and online.
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The region's newest etailer for luxury fashion has set up a special Ramadan section on its site ahead of the Holy Month kicking off. The Modist's curated collection of covered-up pieces include exclusive designs from labels such as Osman, Mary Katrantzou (like this kaftan, Dhs4,425), Eskandar and more. Available at themodist.com.
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Luxury online fashion hub Ounass has also launched a dedicated Ramadan section, featuring elegant dining sets, beauty essentials, and a range of contemporary and classic ready-to-wear pieces. We're particularly taken with this statement-making cream abaya from Chador (Dhs6,500). Available at ounass.ae.
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So it's not an exclusive collection, per se, but Namshi have loaded up on floor-sweeping dresses and full-length jumpsuits just in time for Ramadan. We're particularly taken with this floral number from Anaya (Dhs500), while Haya's Closet's range of embroidered abayas are sure to make a statement. Available at namshi.com.
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Again, it's not a dedicated Ramadan collection, but the newly-arrived & Other Stories will see you through the month in style. These versatile wide-leg trousers (Dhs449) will become a bit of a wardrobe stalwart...
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... while we've fallen head over heels for this printed dress (Dhs629). Available at & Other Stories, The Dubai Mall.
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Also creating a Ramadan curation is concept store Love Shop Pray, which has pulled together a selection of pieces to see you through many a suhoor or iftar. This sequinned jacket by Dixie can be thrown on top of any outfit to cover up shoulders. Available at Love Shop Pray, Al Wasl Road.
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From belted wide-leg trousers (Dhs2,949)to elegantly simple abayas, Parisian concept store Le66 has several staples in-store to keep you looking modern yet modest. Available at Le66, City Walk.
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A glamorous iftar offers the opportunity to put your best foot forward - and Kurt Geiger's Ramadan range will help you do that with its line of metallic and modern heels (like this Carvela sandal, Dhs899). Available at Kurt Geiger stores.
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As well as an Eid gift guide, e-commerce site Moda Operandi has put together a day-and-night dressing section to help you ramp up your Ramadan wardrobe. There's plenty to pick from in the curated edit, but we're especially taken with this Rosie Assoulin tiered skirt (Dhs9,163). Available online at modaoperandi.com.
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If you want to peruse a range of designers at once, it's worth checking out the exclusive Bloomingdale’s Ramadan pop-up. The department store has pulled together a selection of modest pieces from designers including Bougessa, Chador, Lady Fozaza, Ayesha Depala and more. Available at Bloomingdale’s Dubai.
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For maxi dresses dripping in sequins and iftar-appropriate gowns, Monsoon's Ramadan collection should have you sorted. Available at Monsoon stores.

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