Revealed: Arab women's street style

Everyone from celebrities to fashion bloggers show off their style
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Take a look at the fashion choices of the region’s top style icons.
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Emirati fashion blogger Nadya Hassan combines dessert-inspired tones to create a soft, feminine look.
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This figure-hugging dress worn by actress Syrian actress Cyrine Abdel Nour is simple, but its rich green hue makes it one of our favourite looks on the list.
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We love an office-inspired ensemble such as the one sported by Syrian style blogger Deema Al Asadi.
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Jordan’s Queen Rania Al-Abdullah sure knows how to dress - pictured here in a classic patterned midi on Burj Al Arab’s helicopter pad.
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Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram proves an understated maxi dress goes a long way when paired with red lips, sandal heels and an effortless updo.
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Sheikha Moza: Qatari royal Sheikha Moza bint Nasser takes conservative style to a whole new level with a printed floral maxi and shoulder scarf.
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Lebanese singer Myriam Fares adds leopard shoes to an otherwise regular office-inspired look – and it works to add some character.
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Egyptian Australian television host Shereen Mitwali replaces a white tee with a classic blouse to dress up denim shorts.
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We love Nawal Al Zoghbi’s casual ripped jeans look, but our favourite element of the Lebanese singer’s outfit is her oversized Yves Saint Laurent bag.
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Deema Al Asadi wows with an all-black ensemble and red lips. Her Dior tote acts as a subtle touch of colour.
Thu 13 Oct 2016 04:41 PM GST