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1. Maxi Lace dress with bow, Zara2. Stone Necklace, Nasty Gal3. Swimsuit, Dior
4. Book, Yves Saint Laurent5. Lace dress, Hello Molly 6. Brick Red Belt, Maison Boinet
7. Earrings, GAS Bijoux 8. Crop top, Fortunate One9. Leather Sandals, Manebi
10. Large bag, Zara11. Long skirt, Fortunate One12. Chain Bracelet, Amanda Wakeley
13. Sunglasses, Le Specs14. Sneakers, Dior15. Wrap Dress, L’Academie/Revolve

When we travel to countries with another culture, we always make sure to dress respectfully. In hotels or some restaurants you can wear a mini dress or shorts but in the Medina, we recommend you to cover up a little bit. I try to wear maxi dresses or skirts, and I will always have a scarf with me to cover my shoulders. Locals will appreciate it and you will certainly feel more at ease.

So herewith a little style guide for Marrakech! For this trip I mixed some greens, oranges and whites as main colours. I like to create some kind of a colour palette before we leave, because that works better for our photos. I made sure to bring both sandals and sneakers for our days in the Medina. And a pair of heels for the evening when we went out for dinner. When we travel, I don’t bring a lot of jewellery and definitely not expensive pieces! I like to have just a few statement earrings or necklaces to make any simple outfit complete. For example my all white outfit on the left was spiced up by just adding a statement necklace and an orange scarf.

I hope to help a little with this outfit inspiration, if you have any questions, let us know! We are happy to help!



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