Casual weekdays having brunch with the gals or lazy Sundays running errands call for the ultimate garb in style and comfort—and Muslim maxi dresses are just the thing. Some people think that long Muslim outfits may seem stifling both because of the heat and religious norms, but that doesn’t have to be the case! Hijabi maxi dresses can be breathable and comfortable enough for days when you just want to kick back and relax without a care in the world.

It always pays to learn more ways to style your below-the-knee Muslim outfits. Check out the looks below for more chic inspiration on how to keep your look fresh and fab!

  1. Muslim Maxi Dresses in Classically Simple Patterns

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They say that simple and subtle is best, and Muslim maxi dresses can help you do just that. Stock up on dresses with classic patterns—it's an age-old tip, so don't knock what's been tested! If you prefer wearing dresses in solid colours, it’s time to shake things up and apply a new twist to your closet. Having a few Islamic below-the-knee dresses in clean and classic prints can instantly elevate your look. Refresh your outfits without veering too far away from your typical style—after all, classic patterns are classic for a reason, and they’ll keep your style on point wherever you go.

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Basic prints like stripes, polka dots, and checkers don’t need a lot of accessories for them to work. Wear your Muslim maxi dresses on their own and they'll still look runway-ready—plus, these casual patterns are perfect for no-frills ordinary days. Talk about being fresh and fuss-free!

  1. Hijabi Ankle-Length Dresses Paired with Jeans

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How much more casual can you get than with a pair of comfortable denim jeans? Wear your favourite pair of pants underneath your Hijabi ankle-length dresses for a casually cool and effortlessly sassy look. This works especially well with button-down dresses—you can leave your dress unbuttoned from the waist down and still look elegant and conservative any day of the week.

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Jeans not only make you more comfortable all day long, but they also give you the freedom to move without restricting your movements. They’ve been around for the longest time in all shapes and sizes, so picking the perfect pair is easy as pie! Whether you’re heading to the park for some fresh air or taking your adorable little pupper out for a walk, remember to wear a pair of comfy jeans under your dress to gear up for a really good day.

  1. Cute and Long Muslim Outfits featuring Coverall Dresses

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Dresses will always look fabulously feminine. The flow of the fabric creates undeniable womanly silhouettes, keeping things sleek and subtle by accentuating your natural curves. If you’re going for casual and cute, a coverall dress is an unconventional but totally trendy choice! It may not be a traditional option when it comes to below-the-knee Muslim outfits, but it does its job fashionably well nonetheless. Wouldn’t you want to be a modest trendsetter for your family and friends?

Shop the Look: Skylar Oversize Shirt in White, £33.00 GBP | Shop other Shirts

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To go for a simple and chic look, pair your dress with a crisp, white, button-down shirt. It’s subtle yet smart, making for the perfect outfit for shopping with your squad. Your coverall dress styled with a chunky sweater underneath can also look absolutely adorable for more laidback days at home. Who says you can’t look fashionable even if you don’t feel like heading out?

  1. Below-the-Knee Muslim Outfits Under Abayas

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Abayas aren’t just for evening parties and formal occasions. If you want to maximize your wardrobe, wear your hijabi maxi dresses with a breathable abaya. You’ll definitely look elegant without being overdressed—plus, you’ll be significantly covered up to keep your modest style trendy and true.

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If you’re looking for a quick outfit when you’re in a rush, pairing the same coloured dresses and abayas is the effortless way to go. Black on black is still the chicest combo you can throw together in a moment’s notice—it’s basic but timeless, and instantly sophisticated. After all, you can’t go wrong with going monochromatic romantic or magically mysterious with black on black. On the flipside, white on white is a pristine and spotless look when you’re feeling delicate and dainty.

  1. Trendy Wrap-Around Hijabi Maxi Dresses

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One of the trendiest styles you can easily rock today is the wrap-around dress, and Muslim maxi dresses are no exception. These no-frills pieces are the perfect “lazy girl” outfit—they’re super easy to put on and they keep everything nice and breezy as you go about your day. You don’t even need to go fully decked to the nines with accessories—just a fashionable clutch and a pair of comfy pumps will do.

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Islamic below-the-knee dresses with a wrap-around style are excellent choices for brunch dates or Sunday lunch with the family. They look smart but laidback, so they’re the perfect choice for worry-free days with the people you love the most.

  1. Islamic Below-the-Knee Dresses Worn with Jackets

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Long Muslim outfits don’t need to be incorporated with equally long-sleeved dresses. If you’re eying the perfect sleeveless piece, you can pile on the layers and stick to your modest fashion without compromising your style and comfort.

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Shop the Look: Stitch Pocket Leather Jacket Black, £148.00 GBP | Shop other Jackets

Pairing your hijabi ankle-length dresses with fashionable outerwear keeps you nice and toasty during chillier days out. If you have a tight budget, stick to a casual denim jacket. It can pair with almost any type of dress, so you’ll definitely get a lot of use out of it no matter what the weather.

Who says Muslim maxi dresses are exclusively for formal evening events? They make for the perfect casual get-up with just a little bit of creativity and a touch of inspiration here and there. Modest fashion is all about knowing what to mix and match to keep things trendy, so head on over to INNERMOD to check out our latest collection of maxi dresses curated just for you!

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