Evening Hijab Dresses for girls

 

Any woman loves the chance to waltz into a store to get herself a brand new evening dress. The fabrics exquisite, the cuts are meant to flatter and the detailing makes anyone sparkles like an A-lister on the red carpet. This is no exception for hijabi women.There are endless selections of modest and stylish evening wear to fit your agenda, be it a joyous wedding or a serious office soiree.


Designers have been very accommodative to women who prefers to dress modestly. Runways are filled with beautiful flowy dresses with high necklines and long sleeves that make dressing modestly easier. Here are some of the trends for evening hijab dresses for 2016.

Evening Hijab Dresses

Any woman loves the chance to waltz into a store to get herself a brand new evening dress. The fabrics exquisite, the cuts are meant to flatter and the detailing makes anyone sparkles like an A-lister on the red carpet. This is no exception for hijabi women.There are endless selections of modest and stylish evening wear to fit your agenda, be it a joyous wedding or a serious office soiree.

Designers have been very accommodative to women who prefers to dress modestly. Runways are filled with beautiful flowy dresses with high necklines and long sleeves that make dressing modestly easier. Here are some of the trends for evening hijab dresses for 2016.

Snow White

Black is widely known to make women look thinner – this is probably why most women wear darker shades. However, this does not mean that you will look like Moby Dick when wearing white. A monochromatic white outfit head-to-toe is not only chic, but very flattering.Just remember to give this trend a miss if you are heading to a wedding.Stun other party goers in a voluminous white, textured maxi dress like the ones seen on Irna Mutiara’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. If the volume concerns you, opt for a more sleek silhoute like the white pussy-bow floor-length dress featured in Ralph Lauren’s Pre-Fall 2016 collection.

Pastel Power

Dusty pinks and earthy browns are in-style this season. Valentino paraded a string of lacy gowns in desert hues that sweep dramatically and has intricate white beading at the bust. Malaysian designer Munsya took an ethnic-inspired take on modest evening wear in pastel hues of pinks and browns.

Victorian Romance

There were plenty of Victorian-inspired pieces seen on the runways – from Erdem to Emilia Wickstead to J.W. Anderson this Spring. The puffy sleeves and high necklines dresses are great for any Muslim woman while the ruffles and flower prints bring a romantic feel to the look. Since your dress is already lavish, keep the other elements of your styling modern and edgy to avoid looking dated.

Bold Patterns

Suits may be the new way to wear bold patterns,but bold patterns on evening hijab dresses make louder, feminine statements. Take a cue from Dolce & Gabanna’s abaya and Eve de Cina’s Fall/Winter 2015/16 collections by wearing strong lace-like patterns in monochromatic black and white. Alberta Ferretti’s Fall/Winter 2015/2016 collection screams modest with its floral designs dresses with billowing sleeves and tulle necklines.

Pleats

These are not the pretty car-wash pleats that flooded the runways in Fall 2015. This year they are downsized to tighter, tinier knife pleats that can barely be seen. Look out for Boss, Proenza Schouler, Tome and Altuzarra to get an idea how the pleating should be like.

Puffed Up Sleeves

A lot of the designers pumped up the volume of the sleeves last spring and it seems that puffed up sleeves are fashionable again.If you go for them (and you definitely should), just remember to keep everything else in a sleek silhouette to avoid looking like Little Bo Peep. Take a cue from Simone Rocha’s diaphanous dress of pale peach or Oscar de la Renta’s off-shoulder sheath dress.

Silver Lining Playbook

Love metallic, but want to avoid looking over the top? This season’s choice of metallic hue would be a great subdued take on the metallic color. Pair them with white so that you will not look straight out from the future.

With the growing interest in modest fashion around the world, women can rejoice to the fact that they can now keep their feminine secrets tucked away under tailored muslim evening dresses that would put them with fashion-forward royalties.

 

About the author for this article:

Sarah Ghanem is a fashion stylist and consultant who loves to explore new ideas for modern Islamic wear for women. She happily shares her passion at Modanisa.

 

 

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