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What to Wear this Eid, Courtesy of Your Favorite Modest Fashion Influencers

Forget about your Pinterest mood board and your last-minute trips to the mall – these modest fashion influencers show you how to get your wardrobe Eid ready without stress or fuss.

Go Green Like Shahd Batal
Elegance and simplicity are hardly mutually exclusive. Notice how influencer Shahd Batal makes her hijab part of her outfit for a seamless, classy look that’s Eid as well as red carpet ready. Feeling extra bold? Try going for one tone across your hijab and dress or even opting for contrasting colors for a look that really pops (yellow and purple, orange and blue).

Be Boardroom Ready Like Halima Aden
Aden’s already made history by being the first Muslim Sports Illustrated model to wear a burqini on the cover of the magazine, and here she looks ready to storm a boardroom. Pairing a headscarf with a coordinating blazer or dress is an easy way to create a low-effort yet put-together look.

Make A Statement Like Fatuma Yusuf
Yusuf’s Eid look is what we all want in our wardrobes: an outfit that’s simple, looks great and is also comfortable enough to go anywhere in. Make your Eid look pop by making your headscarf the central focus of your outfit– experiment with bold colors, patterns, and textures. Just make sure to keep the rest of your outfit minimal and neutral, as Yusuf does here.

Go for Black And White Like Meryem Kaygusuz
Nothing’s classier than a monochrome outfit. Black and white go great together, and it’s usually easy to find pieces in the two colors. Just make sure to alternate your pieces like Kaygusuz does here, and you’ll be Eid-ready in no time.

Let Your Textures Do The Work Like Maria Alia
Full-length dresses in bold textures like crushed velvet, silk, and satin in jewel tones are a great way to make a statement this Eid, especially when paired with neutral toned headscarves or hijabs. Just make sure to keep your makeup neutral for this look.

Don A Loose Silhouette For Maximum Impact Like Hajra Tariq
By now, you’ve probably realized that the focal point of these looks is contrast – whether it’s color, texture or fit. And nothing looks more ethereal than a loose dress or kaftan paired with an elegant scarf that fits just right– just ask Tariq!

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