HOW TO STAY MODEST AND IN STYLE DURING RAMADAN


Peace be unto you all lovely blog readers, Alhamdulilah! Alhamdulilah!! Alhamdulilah Robil Alamin.We give thanks to Almighty Allah for letting us see this year’s Ramadan and I pray we will all benefit from it and may the blessing and goodies of this month be with us all.

Today’s post is an exciting one for me because Ramadan is a blessing to us we should accept it and welcome it with love.In one of the verse of the Quran which says “O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was before you prescribed for those before you that you may become AL-MUTTAQUN  (THE PIOUS)”  We all what to be the pious one? 
YES!!! Ramadan is here and am sure everybody have one or two things we want to do in this only month to seek Allah’s favor like reading the Quran, turning of the TV, NO social network and all that, Yes all this will help us in one or two ways and give us more time to worship Allah and make us that PIOUS one.
But there is this part I will also love to draw your attention to. What we SHOULD and SHOULDN’T  wear in RAMADAN, Fasting is not just about abstaining from food or drinks according to this hadith related by ABU HURAIRA that the prophet SAW said if a person doesn’t avoid FALSE TALK and FALSE CONDUCT during siyam “fasting” than ALLAH doesn’t care if he abstains from food and drinks.

     We can’t be wearing tight cloth, boobs revealing outfit, cloth showing all the figure 8, open hairs and say we are fasting. SUBHANALLAH! It is the holy month let stay covered SISTERS.let not put our BROTHERS in trouble  and as well getting cursed by ALLAH. If a brother fast got broken because of a sister outfit or any kind of seduction, the sin is on the sister. For the sake of ALLAH let keep it modest in this holy month and I pray ALLAH SWT make it easy for us to continue after Ramadan IN SHA ALLAH. Because I know is not easy WALAHI temptation here and there. #lol
           At the same time cause its  Ramadan doesn’t mean we should look like we are dying or sick, A friend of mine do say she looks her best in Ramadan cause she eat good food, fruit and all that. Ramadan is a blessing not a burden we shouldn’t look ragged and then starts looking shining after Ramadan.NO! We should glow SISTERS because of the blessing and rewards of this moment, people should see you and ask are you fasting at all? Because you are at your best, let people see the light in you and appreciate this holy month. To avoid wearing tight skinny jeans, the kimono and abayas are there for us to cover up if we want to wear skinny jeans. We need to wear something covered that can enable us to pray anywhere we are than the burden of looking for veil or hijab to cover some part during SALAT.
     Also the wide leg pant, maxi skirt, gowns and lot of modest outfit we can wear by staying modest and as well in STYLE and in TREND during Ramadan and after Ramadan IN SHA ALLAH
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          Prophet  SAW said many people who fast get nothing from their fast except hunger and thirst, and many who pray at night get nothing from it except wakefulness. May we be among those who will benefit from this holy month and not just hunger, thirst and wakefulness.

Hope this help SISTERS. Please don’t forget to drop your comments. May ALLAH SWT accept our fast.

salam alaykum waramatulahi wa barakatu

                                                                   XOXO

 
Leemlar

A personal space of two sisters who do bits and pieces of anything they lay their hands on from modest fashion, lifestyle, self/feminine development to style inspiration and life’s simple joys.

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