MARRAKECH DRESS CODE & THE LEO PANTS
After my first travel post from MarrakechÊ went online, today I’ve got the first outfit look from the south for you.Ê As you are probably aware of,is Marocco mostly a muslim country and therefore the dresscode might be a bit different than somewhere else with 30 degrees. So to stay cool in this heat, airy pants and long dresses are the best idea. Therefore, we packed lots of linen combinations and cotton clothing. These leo pants were definitely the perfect choice for the warm temperatures and therefore we shot these pictures on the rooftp of our second riad.
Anyways, the leo pattern seems to be everywhere right now. So what do you think of the big comeback of the leo?
MARRAKECH DRESS CODE – DO’S AND DONT’S
- Wear knee length pants & skirts and short sleeves
- Take a light coat or scarf with you
- Maxi dresses look nice but the floor length easily gets dirty in the streets of Marrakech Ê;)
- Prefer linen or cotton as fabrics as it keeps the skin cool and not sweaty
- Crossbody bags or belt bags are perfect for your items & to keep an eye on.
I hope this little Marrakech dress code answer some of your questions. But again Ê- don’t get too nervous about it or take these as strict rules. My mum and I stuck to these and we didn’t have any problems with (vulgar) comments or pick pockets as I read in so many online forums before. So I guess it was quite a good tactic. Ê;) And again: please don’t think that all morrocans are trying to steal or something like that. That’s totally a clichee and we experienced so many polite and open- minded people during our visit!Ê?
SHOP THE LOOK
Leo Pants: Zara | Shirt: H&M | Hamsa-Necklace: Elli Jewelry | Short Necklace: Stella & Dot | Earrings: Pilgrim
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