fashion A Muslim woman’s guide to finding the perfect modest outfit for Eid. Basmah Qazi

Although Ramadan just started, any Muslim would tell you how quickly the days fly by. One minute you’re prepping food for Iftar, and the next you’re frantically rushing to find a last-minute outfit for Eid al-Fitr.

Come April, 1.9 billion Muslims around the world will celebrate Eid al-Fitr, one of two major Islamic holidays commemorating the end of Ramadan. I also like to call it the Muslim Met Gala, because you’ll be hard-pressed to find someone not wearing their best outfit.

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And that’s not an exaggeration. 

On Eid, Muslim women leave no stone unturned. Their hijabs are immaculately draped, the dresses are nothing short of red carpet worthy and their accessories finish everything off perfectly. 

Every year, I look forward to my Instagram feed being flooded with outfit photos because I know just how much work goes into these meticulously planned looks.