Morocco Outfit Ideas & Inspirations

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I had a hard time deciding what to pack for Morocco, as there is no official dress code. Hence, I ended up buying some clothes from local vendors and asking them for tips. The outfits I bought in Morocco weren’t above the knee, but I was assured that it’s fine. And it was for my two trips in Morocco.

Buying locally was a wonderful idea and many Moroccan women loved that I was supporting their vendors and topped me to say that it looks great. I was never once harassed verbally or sexually regardless of what I wore. Maybe I got lucky, or maybe I managed to blend in with my French and non-branded outfits. Here are some outfit ideas for Morocco based on my experience.

Morocco Outfit Ideas & Inspirations


Moroccan Dress Short Sleeves (Short Gandora)

Even though this dress wasn’t covering my knees, locals seemed to be fine with it. After all, they sold it to me in Chefchaouen. I received many compliments from local women on this outfit as well. I paired it with leather sandals purchased at the market in Marrakesh and handmade Moroccan earrings. My entire outfit cost me 55 Euros.

Moroccan Dress Short Sleeves

Morocco Outfit Ideas & Inspirations


Moroccan Dress Long Sleeves

Another dress I purchased in Morocco that I thought would be too short, but locals loved me in it. It was super comfortable and I paid only 30 Euros for it.

Moroccan Dress Long Sleeves


Bell Sleeve Shirt with a Self-made Skirt

I made my skirt from a local shawl, simply wrapping my body in it. It wore a proper skirt underneath in case it all fell apart suddenly, but it actually never happened.

Bell Sleeve Shirt with a Self-made Skirt


Maxi Dress with a Shawl

My maxi dress was surely showing way too much cleavage, so I covered myself with a shawl. It was an easy fix and I was happy with the way it all looked together.

No dress or outfit has to be baggy or oversizes. If you look at younger Moroccan crowd they definitely care about fashion, so can you.

Chefchaouen green house

Morocco Maxi Dress with a Shawl


Recommended shoes for Morocco:

In Morocco you can really wear any shoes you like, probably apart from high heels. If that’s not your first time on my blog you know that I almost always wear kitten heels, but Morocco is an exception due to cobblestones streets.

I recommend basic sandals and flip-flops for Sahara trips and covered shoes for city explorations. Streets tend to get dirty (as in any big city), so if you’re a germophobe forget about sandals. I was fine in uncovered shoes though.


Morocco Outfit Inspiration

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9 Comments

  1. Oct 24, 2017 / 12:38 pm

    Your outfits are really lovely, I especially love the bell sleeved shirt. Its amazing how much an outfit can add to a photograph.
    Love your blog so much Anna and I can’t wait to see all your pictures from Hawaii in November (It’s one of my favorite places to travel)

    Donny

  2. Oct 26, 2017 / 11:30 am

    What do you think you’ll be doing in Hawaii? I was just interested. I suggest a helicopter trip over Molokai. It is seriously amazing.
    Love your blog, Donny

    • Oct 27, 2017 / 12:50 am

      I have limited time, so only heading to Oahu and Big Island. Gonna be my second time there actually. Still working on the exact itinerary.

  3. Oct 27, 2017 / 1:10 pm

    Okay, that’s cool. I can’t wait to see the photos and blog posts from it!
    Donny

  4. Oct 28, 2017 / 12:37 am

    Oh you couldn’t have timed this any better.. guess who’s going to Morocco next week?! Looks like I’m doing some shopping after I arrive

    • Oct 28, 2017 / 1:53 am

      Omg yasss! You’re gonna love it girl. Where in Morocco are you heading to?

      • Oct 28, 2017 / 8:46 am

        No plan yet! Fly into Marrakech on 3 November and out 15 November. Desert camping is a must, but am having a hard time trying to decide what all else. Tell me everything!

        • Oct 29, 2017 / 6:01 pm

          My favorite city is definitely Marrakech. Chefchaouen is awesome too, not only because it’s blue but because it feels different from the rest of Morocco.

  5. Nov 11, 2017 / 12:50 am

    Hey anna .Morocco look like a great place to travel too very vibrant and colouful . The site seeing looks amazing

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