Living in the U.A.E. Ramadan is in full swing at the moment and certain rules such as no eating in public and no load music is what most of us know but your dress code may also require some alterations. This year Ramadan falls on one of the hottest month of the year where most days temperatures will be around 42-45°C. It can be difficult to think of dressing modestly when all you want to do is wearing as little as possible to beat the heat. Shorts, mini skirts and spaghetti tank tops are not acceptable.
High necklines and maxi lengths is what I keep in mind when looking in my closet to find something to wear. You don’t need to wear your winter turtlenecks J but grab your scarf to cover up your V-necks is an idea if you don’t have any alternatives.
I wanted to shoot the photos indoor because of the beautiful decorations you find in malls throughout the country. It reminds me of Christmas
My casual outfit today consist of whites with pastel greys, a turban with rhinestones to glam it up a bit.
Until next time