Need some Iftar style inspiration this weekend? Let our edit of after-dark dresses be your guide…
Whether you spend Iftar and Suhoor with family, friends or in far flung places, the occasion allows us to celebrate the beautiful sentiment of Ramadan whilst refining our style edicts for such an important occasion.
Modest, muted, bold or bright, there are so many stunning kaftans, gowns and abayas to see you through the Holy Month, but where to start?
Click through our edit of beautiful dresses to inspire your wardrobe selects, from sundown to sunrise…
Now you know what to wear, here’s where to wear them…
THE SECRET SUHOOR
If you’re looking for something unique, The Secret Garden at Address Downtown has the most spectacular views of Burj Khalifa and is surely one of the best locations in town. The beauty of this venue, is it’s alfresco terrace, so you can enjoy your Suhoor under the stars, complete with Arabic-style pipe music, an incredible a la carte menu, shisha all until sunrise. | Dhs160 per person. To book, call: +971 4 888 3444
THE OLD FAVOURITE
One of our favourite places to break fast due to its relaxed, ambient vibe, we’ve been visiting The Courtyard at Manzil Downtown for years. Enclosed but under the stars, the Courtyard’s Suhoor will transport you to the The Silk Route, as it serves up beautiful petit meals inspired by the legendary Silk Road. | Dhs95 per person. To book, call: 971 4 888 3444
THE STYLISH AFFAIR
When you break fast, you might as well do it in style, and venues don’t come much more fabulous than Cipriani in Gate Village, DIFC. What’s unique about this particular restaurant is that it breaks with tradition, offering non-traditional Iftar cuisine, honing in its culinary USP of excellent Italian fare. Think burrata alla Mediterranea, beautifully crisp calamari and vanilla merengue with date ice cream to round everything off. | Dhs 280 per person. To book, call: +971 4 347 0003
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- Words: Emily Baxter-Priest