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What to wear in Marrakech?
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What to wear in Marrakech?

08 July 2019

What to wear in Marrakech?
Get ready to be amazed by Marrakech with its colors, scents, and city life.
Among the unmissable cities of Morocco, Marrakech is considered one of the most beautiful luxury destinations worldwide.
Here is our complete guide to women's outfit for Marrakech with some matchings and inspirational style tips to get a perfect holiday look!

First of all, some globetrotter tips:
when it comes to what to pack for a journey, it's always good dressing in layers and packing go-to items
(like a light raincoat) to be ready to overcome some possible difficulties.

Moreover, in the magical red city, the temperature range between night and day is very high, so you will need warm pieces,
above all if you have booked a tour in the Merzouga desert.
Comfy and practical items to face long hours of travel and a night in a tent under the African starry sky.
PS: Don't forget sneakers!

Some golden rules to know if you are a tourist in Marrakech:
remember to be respectful with the culture of the place and to avoid alluring clothes,
above all during the period of Ramadan.
Elegance and bon ton are essential everywhere: it's really important to know how to dress well, how to match colors and how to enhance your body shape.
Camouflage pieces and accessories are forbidden.
Marrakech is an open-minded city, welcoming and tolerant, but it would be better to avoid wearing pieces of clothing that could draw the attention of wrong people.
Bring with you a practical mini or belt bag and hold it tight
to go in the heart of the city, the Medina, to visit the very lively suqs.

Here you are our outfit ideas to pack!

1. What to wear in Marrakech in June/July

June and July - with most of August - are the warmest months to visit Marrakech.
Among the unmissable accessories, don't forget to pack a swimsuit, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses
(do you know how to choose the perfect sunglasses according to your face shape?),
a light foulard to wear as a headdress - in perfect Moroccan mood! - or as a turban to protect you from the sun and wind.
The warm season is sweltering: the perfect dresses are soft, long and fresh.
Try to cover your shoulders to avoid sunburn and don't forget to pack a swimsuit!

2. What to wear in Marrakech in August/September

Late August, September, and October are the best months to visit Marrakech.
Prices are lower and temperatures are mild.
It's a good idea to prolong summer, but be ready to face high temperatures of 33 degrees.
Opt for super fresh and feminine looks.
For example?
A chemisier in natural fabrics - like cotton or linen - to wear with an eco bag and
YSL tribute flats - among the most-wanted S/S 2019 sandals by Saint Laurent, totally insta-worthy.
Do you already know that in Marrakech there is one of the two museums dedicated to Yves Saint Laurent?
Add this visit to your list for Marrakech!
A style note: change your look to go out for dinner in one of the most suggestive restaurants in the city. Change just the dress!

3. What to wear in Marrakech in November/December

Many people prefer to visit Marrakech during November and December, temperatures are quite mild, with a maximum temperature of 20-23 degrees that will allow you to enjoy Marrakech without the hot sun.
However, during this period of the year, there are frequent rainfalls: heavy but short thunderstorms.
It's better to dress in layers, with a raincoat or a waterproof jacket, and warm pieces like pants,
sweaters, hoodies and closed shoes.
Don't forget a pocket umbrella!

4. What to wear in Marrakech in February/March

Even February and March are perfect and mild to enjoy a holiday in Marrakech.
Better to dress in layers
and to bring a light down jacket or a windbreaker.
Actually, near June, temperatures increase. Pack light pieces of clothing but also jackets, trenchcoats, and neutral items to combine in order to create different looks without taking up too much space in your luggage:
if you are true fashionistas you will need more room because you will fall in love with handmade leather jewels, fabrics, bags,
shoes, cosmetics, and accessories!

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