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10 Stylish Ways to Beat the Summer Heat — And Stay Modest at the Same Time!

The hottest days of summer are upon us, which can make dressing modestly a challenge— but it can be done! Here are 10 outfit ideas to beat the heat, maintain your modesty, and look chic all at the same time:

1) Cover up the Cold Shoulder

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(As seen on Salvatore Ferragamo, Sonia Rykiel Spring/Summer 2016.)

2) Crochet All the Way

Wear a linear collection 3/4 slip dress.

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(As seen on Oscar de le Renta, Calvin Klein Spring/Summer 2016.)

3) Back to Embroidery

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(Vintage Kaftan. As seen on Naem Kahan Spring/Summer 2016.)

4) Pop the Poplin Shirt

Take the classic Poplin Shirt, add a few inches and call it a dress.

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(As seen on Ellery, Victoria Beckahm and DKNY Summer 2016.)

5) Slip Dressing

Layer with Falke bodysuits or consider a slip Dress with sleeves by The Frock NYC.

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(As seen on Nili lotan, Valentino and Victoria Beckham Summer and Pre-Fall 2016.)

6) Scarf that Sheitel

Throw on a silk scarf over your wig.

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(As seen on Dolce and Gabanna Spring/Summer 2016.)

7) The_ModestMom Jeans

A modest take on your classic Mom Jeans.

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(Street Style 2016)

8) Romantic Runway

Chiffon, ruffles and pastels.

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(As seen on Carolina Harrera, The Row Spring/Summer 2016.)

9) Pre-Fall Florals

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(As seen on Georgio Armani , Erdem and Gucci Pre-Fall 2016.)

10) Statement Sleeves

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(As seen on Rodarte, Derek Lam, Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2016.)

Find more fashion inspiration on Emunah’s Instagram, The Modest Mom.

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