ZIPPY presents its latest collection for Ramadan

Dress to impress during the Holy Month with ZIPPY’s latest offering focused on the Ramadan period.

This year’s collection is full of style and glamour. Targeted specifically to Middle Eastern customers, the pieces have been designed with high attention to detail, offering a Casual Line with a selection of outfits for daytime and a Party Line specifically designed for the special celebrations of the season.

The Casual Line

The Casual line is all fun, with romantic pieces taking inspiration in the countryside and in floral aspects. Presenting looks that can be used both on weekend outings or at a picnic, the Casual Line is characterized by good value for money products, including several dresses with little details for girls, and shorts with shirts and polos for boys. Prices start at AED 59.

The Party Line

The Party Line is the ideal collection for the little ones to wear on Ramadan. Featuring more preppy looks and pieces using nobler raw-materials, this line offers delicate pieces with a wide range of dresses and skirts for girls, featuring classic details, such as bows and stars. For boys, Zippy presents traditional garments such as vests and shirts, specially designed for this festive season. Brothers and sisters can even dress equally as there are similar outfit options for both toddlers and kids.

This is a premium collection, resulting in sophisticated pieces that are perfect to celebrate this special moment with the family.

The collections’ globalization is part of the business development strategy that the brand has been applying to different markets. The brand’s design team develops exclusive designs in line with the cultural and religious norms of countries in different regions, such as the Middle East. The team is committed to meeting the everyday needs of parents around the world, including major festivities such as Ramadan.

Details: To learn more about the Ramadan collection, visit ZIPPY in Dubai Marina Mall on Wednesday 1st May from 6-8pm. 

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