Ramadan Fashion

One of the things I love about Ramadan in the Middle East is how everything become so traditional seemingly overnight. Shops adorn their walls with lanterns and stars, red streamers hanging from the rafters…

But I’d be lying if I didn’t say that the one thing I love more than the decorations and lugamait is the Ramadan fashion. Colorful, embroidered house dresses can be spotted everywhere. In addition to being cute, they are so comfortable. Plus, you can eat as much as you want while wearing them.

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My apartment during Ramadan
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I’m the one on the left πŸ™‚

 

 

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If you want to buy traditional dresses, I really recommend going to Al Haram shops. You can view their website here. It would also be worthwhile to visit a traditional souk, such as Souk AlTaibah or Hijabi Souk in Riyadh.

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  1. ayesha says:

    Oooh pretty! When I lived in KSA my family would go to the markets at night and buy all sorts of colorful dresses πŸ₯°πŸ’•

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    1. I LOOOOOVE going to the market! Sadly this year they are closed because of COVID… but as soon as they open I’ll be there lol

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  2. Take my money and give me those dresses, haha))

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    1. Right??? Believe it or not, a lot of them are really cheap. I have bought some for as little as $10!

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