If you’re planning on visiting Morocco in the fall then you might be wondering what to pack. The weather this time of year can really vary depending on where you will be and so you may need to pack enough clothes to be prepared for a variety of temperatures and climates.
Earlier months of September and October can still feel quite summer like while later in November the weather turns and rain becomes more likely. I’d argue this is the best time of year to visit Morocco.
To help you decide what to wear for Morocco in fall I’ve put together a few different outfit ideas to get you thinking of what to wear this time of year. But please be advised you really should consult the weather where you will be.
Also, keep in mind daytime and nighttime temperatures vary – sometimes a lot. We have had guests join our food tours that have been sweltering under the daytime heat and shown up in sleeveless dresses or shorts only to discover once the sun goes down the temperature drops rapidly.
This soft knit cardigan is perfect for cooler mornings and also in evenings as you explore Morocco in the fall weather. Simply fold neatly and pack it in your luggage or if needed, wear on the airplane in case you get a chill. An extra plus is that the boyfriend cut is a little longer length making it a bit more appropriate for wandering the medinas of Morocco.
While some people say don’t travel with jeans I disagree. A good pair of lightweight jeans are really good to pack for fall in Morocco. They’re perfect for touring around and pair with a blazer at night for dinner.
Who doesn’t love a cute watch as a fabulous accessory? This piece has it all with it’s sleek style you will always know the time and when to get to your next adventure in Morocco. While most of us use our smartphones to check the time, this way you won’t have to pull out your phone every time you want to check.
You can wear sandals into fall, but for a more comfortable shoe to get around in try these mules! Remember Morocco is full of color so embrace it on your vacation! You may not want to spend the day sightseeing in these but they’re perfect for dinner out or something a little more special.
You can’t go wrong with this plaid scarf because it looks good and feels good too. Not to mention it does double duty as a wrap or blanket should you get cold. A really good piece for travel!
Cover up and look chic in this adorable knit sweater that is good for anytime of the day or night. The fabric is still lightweight enough that you shouldn’t get overheated during the day but warm enough for cooler fall nights.
These versatile sneakers are perfect for a day of shopping in the beautiful city of Morocco in the fall weather. Not only will you be comfortable walking around but they are a little more fashionable than a pair of running shoes to dress up.
Every travelers wardrobe needs at least one pair of joggers for their ease and comfort for travel days! You can dress them up a little with a cute jacket over the top. If you plan to spend long days in a car, train or bus then you’ll want to be comfortable.
This long sleeve tunic tshirt can be worn as is or dressed up with a few accessories. It’s lightweight meaning you can still be modest when the temperatures are high without being uncomfortable. Plus, this one has pockets!
Comfort doesn’t have to mean unfashionable! This sweatshirt is lightweight meaning it will work well for daytime, and layered with a jacket or undershirt will be warm enough once the sun goes down. Grab it in versatile black or choose one of the other colors available.
I love the comfort of boyfriend jeans because they have a little give in the waist and thigh area for extra roominess. These go with everything and their ankle length adds an additional flair of fashion and style. Plus, they’re seriously comfortable.
This is a great bootie shoe with a stacked heel for added comfort and looks great with cropped pants and jeans. The velcro strap makes them easy to take on and off (without the strap looking like velcro) – a very handy feature for travel.
Timeless and never out of style, the classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer will not only look amazing on you, but will protect your eyes from the sun as you venture around the streets of Morocco. Yes, you will still want sunglasses in fall