This Year’s Ramadan 2019 Capsule Collections Of Hot Brands

Worlds Hot Brands launched big collection on Ramadan 2019 for women and young girls, Think embroidery jacquards, embellishments, and elegant modest wear in free-flowing silhouettes to celebrate the festive season. Here are some of the mind blowing collections that will make you stunned….

High-street label Mango has released the dreamiest capsule collection for Ramadan. Centered around two of SS/19’s biggest trends – animal print and tie dye – the Middle East exclusive is a dreamy line-up of floaty kaftans, loose trousers and stylish dresses in modest silhouettes. The collection will be available from 15 April across Mango stores in the Middle East and Mango.com 

 

High-street label Mango has released the dreamiest capsule collection for Ramadan.

 

Where did you find the inspiration for the H&M Limited Collection….!

The collection is inspired by the Middle East and its love of color, embellishment, and self-expression.The first drop is a modern take on festive clothes, rich in both details and graphics and with a focus on embroideries and broderie anglais.

Where did you find the inspiration for the H&M Limited Collection

 

The Emirati designer’s Ramadan collection ‘Keys to the Botanical Garden’ is a romantic reinterpretation of traditional Arabic silhouettes. Think a soft pastel palette with cascading ruffles. Available at ShathaEssa.com

The Emirati designer’s Ramadan collection ‘Keys to the Botanical Garden’

 

Metallics, pastels, over-sized sleeves and hints of feathers make for the the Suhoor staple of dreams come May.Shop the collection now at TheModist.com   

Metallics, pastels, over-sized sleeves and hints of feathers

 

Ounass’s ultra chic ‘Ramadan Ready’ collection boasts a range of exclusive designs from all your favourite modestwear labels, including Amal Al Raisi, Elna Line, Baruni, and many more. Available at Ounass

Ounass’s ultra chic ‘Ramadan Ready’ collection boasts a range of exclusive designs

 

The designer, Alina Anwar drew inspiration from the traditional Morroccan kaftan however her color scheme was far from traditional. We loved the playful twist she applied to this collection with the pastel colour scheme and quirky prints.

Shop the collection now at AlinaAnwar.com   

The designer, Alina Anwar drew inspiration from the traditional Morroccan kaftan

 

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