Ramadan Ready Style

 Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Get your wardrobe Ramadan ready. These simple styles will keep you covered and cool this summer.

Whether or not you're observing the holy month, dressing conservatively this Ramadan doesn't mean forgoing fashion forward looks. Make Ramadan dressing a breeze with these easy outfit updates, featuring pieces by SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora.

 Chapan:  SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora  / Pants:  Carolina Herrera  / Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Chapan: SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora / Pants: Carolina Herrera / Photo by: Nathan Dunn

 Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Photo by: Nathan Dunn

When it comes to office style, I am a sucker for separates. Add some Ramadan flair to a classic work outfit by adding a layer with daring colors, patterns and textures. SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora uses handmade fabrics with hand painted patterns, making each piece a one of a kind statement. I paired my favorite wide leg trousers and a classic white blouse with this bold hued Chapan. Its easy fit makes it perfect for layering and the Uzbek inspired pattern could spice up any outfit.

 Dress:  SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora  /  Shoes: Sam Edelman  / Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Dress: SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora / Shoes: Sam Edelman / Photo by: Nathan Dunn

 Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Photo by: Nathan Dunn

You can't beat the ease of slipping on a light summer dress. This Ramadan, opt for maxi lengths, flowing cuts and higher necklines. For extra coverage on sleeveless dresses, drape a silk scarf over your shoulders or add a chic kaftan to your look.

 Bomber Jacket:  SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora  / Denim:  Madewell  / Sunglasses:  Miu Miu  / Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Bomber Jacket: SHADI by Dilbar & Sitora / Denim: Madewell / Sunglasses: Miu Miu / Photo by: Nathan Dunn

 Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Photo by: Nathan Dunn

Modest dressing doesn't mean leaving trends behind. Keep shoulders covered with a sleek bomber jacket. Pair with high waisted jeans for a street style look (If you're brave enough to wiggle into denim in the heat) or keep it breezy with some cool culottes. 

What are your tips for dressing during Ramadan?