Dress Code



In Islam, modesty has always been associated with respect for oneself and all other members of the society. This modesty has always been advocated when it comes to dressing as it seeks to reduce immorality in society by defining standards for men and women. Islamic dress code aims to highlight the following aspects of everyday life:

  • To define a standard dressing style that needs to be adopted universally as it promotes uniformity in Ummah.

  • To reduce sexual temptations among men and women both

  • Obeying this dress code is directly related with the obedience with God.

  • Modestly dressed up women are not the signs of inferiority but commands respect.

  • Islam provides a higher place and esteem to women and the special dressing standards aim to give them protection and security instead of humiliation (as perceived by other societies).

  • All religious scholars have provided their consensus that all Muslim men and women are expected to comply with Islamic dressing standards and codes.

Women’s Dress code:

  • Hijab refers to different meanings that are hide and conceal and women are expected to wear Hijab that covers her body parts except eyes and hands

Men’s Dress Code:

  • It must not be identical with clothes worn by women.

  • It should not be skin tight.