Barely-there hot pants and revealing vest tops are not appropriate attire during the Holy Month, yet, ladies, we’ve seen some of you are still trying to pull off this look – not OKAY!

The Ramadan dress code needs to be mindful of the local culture. Keep beachwear strictly to the beach and cover up from your shoulders to your knees – no mini skirts or hot pants and reign in the cleavage.

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Queen Rania in Dubai is a great style icon, proving demure fashion is on-trend

Dress conservatively doesn’t mean boring. Our eternal style icon, Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan has proved that with a series of show-stopping gowns during the Holy Month. If our guide to Ramadan 2016 collections wasn’t enough to convince you, here are some of Queen Rania’s best looks that prove covering up can be incredibly stylish.

Read: Queen Rania Best Style Moments In 2015

Read: The Middle East’s Most Stylish Royals

Read: Meet The 10 Most Stylish Women In Dubai

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Monochrome perfection during a state visit to Belgium

مع جلالة الملكة ماتيلد والسيدة فرانشواز بيسارت مديرة برنامج بوست خلال زيارة إلى مؤسسة الملك بودوان للاطلاع على إحدى مبادرات المؤسسة التي توفر الدعم المادي والتوجيه المعنوي للشباب الموهوبين من العائلات الفقيرة والمهجرة #تعليم #شباب #الأردن #حب_الأردن #بلجيكا With Her Majesty Queen Mathilde and Ms. Francoise Pissart, Director of Boost project at the King Baudouin Foundation to check on Boost initiative that provides educational funds and intensive tailored guidance for young talents from underprivileged and immigrant families #Education #Youth #Jordan #LoveJO #Belgium

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