12 Looks to Wear for Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is fast approaching, and as the holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, chic observers everywhere know that it’s time to pull out your best looks and celebrate in style. Very often on Eid al-Fitr, Muslim women will wear everything from the fanciest looks to cool-girl, dressed-down outfits that are still elevated and put together. Most of the fashion is new, trendy, and sure to inspire outfits for months to come. Coming on the heels of Ramadan, which is a period of reflection and growth, it’s common for the fashion to be dictated by a woman’s newfound sense of self. Perhaps that means playing with color, finding a new silhouette you love, or simply styling your tried-and-true separates in new ways.

For Eid al-Fitr outfit inspiration for this next day of celebration on the Muslim calendar, we turned to six of our favorite street style stars to see what they have been wearing as of late. From long-sleeved midi dresses with allover prints to mixing graphic pullovers with long pleated skirts, they’re serving up some serious style, and we can’t wait to try out all their looks. See something that inspires you? We’ve also pulled some chic modest fashion items that are definitely going to be integrated into our summer wardrobes, stat. And you can shop them all here.

Top your flowy white dress with a denim jacket for a high-low look that wows. Add a pop of color with your headscarf instead of opting for your go-to black or white.

Some of the most ethereal dresses are a perfect match for your modest wardrobe. Find a long-sleeved maxi with a tiered hemline and bell sleeves for optimal movement this summer.

We are a little obsessed with the silhouettes on this look, with the fuller sleeves mirroring the bell-legs on these black pants. Add a contrasting bag for even more color than your bright top is already serving up.

Today of all days, don’t be afraid of color. Go all-out with a bright silk dress, but keep your headscarf and other accessories more of a neutral tone to balance.

When it comes to your trousers, go for an ankle crop to make them more seasonally appropriate. Seek interesting silhouettes like those with a paper-bag waist or front-corseted tie.

For the ultimate in everyday elegance, try a silk midi skirt in a leopard print. Pairing it with a black top and accessories will streamline the look.

Have fun with your look in a high-low style by mixing your graphic sweatshirt with a more elegant midi skirt. If you’re feeling really daring, opt for head-to-toe color like this all-green look.

In honor of summer’s arrival, seek an all-white look that screams of the season. With a more covered look, we love a wrap or waist-belted style that still gives this modest fashion number a little more shape.

Even if you’re going to keep it neutral with a pair of black pants and muted green top, play around with your accessories. This is just the time to break out those statement shoes you’ve been dying to take for a stroll.

Nothing represents summer quite like a white eyelet blouse and bright yellow skirt. Tuck your top into the high waist of your bottom for shape and seek pieces that have a little something extra like a ruffle or pleating when you’re opting for solid colors instead of prints.

Layer, layer, and then layer some more. Especially when attempting to elevate your denim look, a bodysuit, bustier, and blazer will do just the trick.

Play with proportions, not only in silhouette but also in length, with a pair of wide-leg pants and consider a slimmer top and a long, lightweight coat to go with.

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Now you’re set to celebrate the summer holiday in style.