Many people panic over what to wear throughout the Holy Month, but there’s really no need. Here’s what we’ve bought, what we’re buying and what we’re lusting over over Ramadan. 


Clockwise: Dress Dhs2,680 GlamOn You; Kaftan Dhs349 H&M; Earrings Dhs165 Esswara; Slipper shoe Dhs3,760 Dolce&Gabbana


Clockwise: Wide-leg trousers Dhs1,770 Saloni at; Shoulder bag Dhs1,750 Kate Spade; Bracelet Dhs2,785 Alexander McQueen; Skirt Dhs2,960 Temperley London at



Clockwise: Dress Dhs9,425 Lublu at Saks Fifth Avenue; Dress Dhs2,795 Zayan the Label at S*uce; Clutch bag Dhs1,766 L’Afshar; Necklace Dhs60,090 Chanel



Clockwise: Flower print sandal Dhs371 Aldo at; Kaftan dress Dhs4,280 Risho Collection at Valleydez; Necklace Dhs495 Bebe; Kaftan Dhs2,200 Shweta Wahi at Valleydez


Ramadan Dress Code

  • Be mindful of the local culture and dress conservatively
  • Cover from your shoulders to your knees
  • Keep beachwear strictly to the beach
  • No mini skirts or hot pants
  • Reign in the cleavage

For more on Dubai’s cultural rules and the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding visit

Main image: Zayan The Label at S*uce