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Dorra Zarrouk Wore a Traditional Tunisian Jebba During Her Time in Saudi Arabia

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Amid a host of modern style inspiration for Ramadan from Queen Rania, Karen Wazen, and more, comes Dorra Zarrouk‘s all-out traditional take on the season’s clothing.

 

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While in Jeddah, the star embraced her Tunisian heritage by wearing a jebba, a classic piece from her home country. Handcrafted by Tunisian designer Sofien Ben Gamra, the jebba was crafted from a breezy black fabric and embroidered with gold threads for a touch of opulence. It also came with a more loose, kaftan-like layer, that sat on top of the jebba which featured a high neck rendered entirely in gold embroidery. To complete the look, Zarrouk went for black sandals, and minimal accessories with a couple of gold and black bracelets on one hand, and wore her natural hair down with a middle part.

 

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Zarrouk is currently in Saudi Arabia to film her upcoming Ramadan show, for which makeup artist Mona Gamal created a soft glam for the star, including a subtle smoky eye, peach blush, and a matte nude pout. Clips from her time in the country shared on social media see Zarrouk riding a horse by the sea at sunset, wearing the same jebba. This marks the second noteworthy look from Zarrouk during the month of Ramadan, following the actor’s Hamsa-embroidered kaftan worn in Egypt.

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