Leem Is The Saudi Label Redefining Modestwear This Ramadan

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Saudi Arabian modestwear label Leem has created an exclusive Ramadan capsule collection that features sumptuous fabrics, one-of-a-kind prints and matching kaftans for you and your little ones

Ramadan is officially underway and Saudi Arabian label Leem has released a capsule collection of colourful kaftans in honour of the Holy Month. Since its inception in 2018, Leem has gone from strength to strength by blending Middle Eastern styles with modern silhouettes to create timeless, elegant pieces that redefine modestwear. The Ramadan Collection is a curation of kaftans reflecting elegance and modesty while simultaneously allowing for self-expression, perfectly demonstrating how dressing conservatively doesn’t mean compromising on style.

Leem Ramadan Collection

A combination of textures and techniques – including embroidery, pleating and pom-poms – bring the collection to life alongside a vibrant palette and jubilant prints. One such print is exquisite calligraphy designed by Saudi-based artist Shaker consisting of words and phrases that reflect the Holy Month. Leem’s stunning collection is created from breathable, light fabrics built to withstand the (fast-approaching) Middle Eastern summers and has something for every one and every occasion, allowing you to build a foundation of wardrobe staples that can be worn from Ramadan to Eid and beyond.

Leem Ramadan Collection

With a collection so beautiful, why keep it to yourself? The adorable Mommy & Me collection makes its return this Ramadan with hers-and-hers kaftans adorned with exclusive prints and vibrant, spirit-lifting embellishments for a matchy-matchy moment that will make you and your little one the talk of the evening; It’s guaranteed to make even the most child-averse relative smile. The Leem Ramadan Capsule Collection is available in-store throughout the Middle East and via the Leem app in Saudi Arabia.

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  • Words by Savanna Smith