What to Wear in Morocco
One of the first question people ask before coming is what to wear in Morocco. The answer to this varies widely. But, perhaps most important to know is, there is no dress code in Morocco. You are not required to dress in one way or another. People that live in Morocco dress in a wide variety of ways and do not expect visitors to dress as they do.
That being said, it is always a good idea to dress more modestly than you may at home. While on the streets of major cities like Marrakech or Casablanca you may discover an “anything goes” attitude, in smaller cities and more rural areas this isn’t the case. It is easier than you may think to remain fashionable while still respecting local norms.
I can’t forget what to pack for men visiting Morocco. Even though their wardrobe choices may be a little easier and theres’s no dress code for men in Morocco, there are some things to keep in mind.
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