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

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

2) Crochet All the Way

Wear a linear collection 3/4 slip dress.

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

3) Back to Embroidery

(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.

(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.

(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.

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

7) The_ModestMom Jeans

A modest take on your classic Mom Jeans.

(Street Style 2016)

8) Romantic Runway

Chiffon, ruffles and pastels.

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

9) Pre-Fall Florals

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

10) Statement Sleeves

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

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

The views and opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Forward.

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