What Women Should Wear In Morocco
Although there’s no particular dress code for what to wear in Morocco, you should appreciate their customs. Morocco is a Muslim country so modesty is respected & you should consider this when deciding what to wear in Morocco.
Although Morocco is becoming increasingly more touristic, you’ll receive a lot fewer stares & comments from men if you dress appropriately.
However, we of course still need to get our fashionable Instagram shots so here’s a few styles that’ll make you look amazing while staying conservative.
- Culottes are a great choice; they cover up your legs but are still easy breezy so you feel comfortable & can still handle the Moroccan heat.
- Mom/Crop jeans can be worn with any top so if you don’t have much space, a pair of jeans may be a good shout. You could wear them every day without looking the same by just switching it up with different blouses.
- Maxi skirts are a perfect addition to your Morocco wardrobe, especially the flowy ones. They give you full coverage while keeping you cool. They’re also flattering for everyone & it means you get a day off from shaving ya legs! ?
- Don’t go TOO maxi. If your dress drags on the floor, you will not be happy at the end of the day. There is plenty of dirt, water & animal poo on the floor.
- A lot of the prettiest high street jumpsuits have thin straps so to cover your shoulders, just style it with a lightweight scarf or cardigan.
- I pretty much lived in my vans throughout my trip and my New Look sandals that are are about 3 years old. Cheap and durable! I’ll attach a link to a similar version that’s available this year.
More tips on what to wear in Morocco
- Sunglasses are an essential accessory!
- You can wear swimsuits & bikinis inside your riad/hotel.
- Use packing cubes to organise & maximise space in your suitcase/backpack.
- Similar to any other country, make sure that you have a day bag that zips up to keep your belongings safe from pickpockets.
- Pack leggings that you can wear under maxi skirts & culottes when it’s a bit chilly.