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Queen Rania Rings in Ramadan In Style

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She’s long been one of our modest dressing muses, and HM Queen Rania’s Holy Month wardrobe certainly hasn’t disappointed this year. Last night, Her Majesty enjoyed an iftar with young Jordanians at Basman Palace, wearing an asymmetric, belted dress by New York-based brand Hellessy. She exuded elegance with the long-sleeved, cotton gown, which was accessorized with a Louis Vuitton bag, a ring by 2016 DDFC/Vogue Fashion Prize honorary fine jewelry design winner Ralph Masri, and Gianvitto Rossi pumps. Other outfits recently sported by Her Majesty during the Holy Month include a silk, navy and red kaftan by Layeur, which she wore on the occasion of Jordan’s Independence Day, and a pleated, satin Bottega Veneta gown embellished with Swarovski crystals for her daughter, Princess Salma’s, high school graduation.

The Queen opted for a silk, georgette dress by Tory Burch to ring in the first day of Ramadan with her family, she revealed to her 4.4 million Instagram followers. Her Majesty took to the platform to share a photo of herself with her daughter Princess Iman — the princess’s first public appearance since her brother’s Sandhurst graduation last August.

“Nothing beats breaking the fast in Ramadan surrounded by family,” wrote Her Majesty. Boasting a high neckline and long sleeves, the look was both chic and modest. The royal elevated the sandy-colored dress with a pair of gold earrings that matched her gilded smokey eye.

Though we’re only 10 days into the Holy Month, Her Majesty has been serving style inspiration for years with her polished wardrobe choices. Her Instagram is practically catnip for fashion aficionados, featuring elegant designs by regional and international brands such as Reemami, Ralph Masri, and Alexander McQueen. Gravitating towards pieces with long silhouettes and hemlines, Her Majesty’s style is a lesson in sophisticated modest glamour, so when it comes to dressing for Ramadan, her wardrobe is the ultimate source of inspiration.

Below, we look at HM Queen Rania’s most recent Ramadan-ready looks to copy/paste into your Holy Month wardrobe.

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