In this post I will share with you various outfits I wore throughout Morocco, how I styled them and where you can find the same or similar pieces!
This outfit is so so simple, I have basically tied a plain white mens tee in a knot where the waistband of the skirt is. On this holiday I fell in love with maxi skirts and this one from Primark in particular as it is stretchy around the waistband but also figure hugging so it’s super comfy whilst also looking extremely flattering.
Tshirt: ASOS Men’s (£6) Link here
Maxi skirt: Primark (£10)
Sun hat: Primark (£4)
Again, this outfit is super simple. Whilst travelling or away I love wearing comfy light weight clothes- even if they are black as I find them even cooler than tight fitted skirts or shorts. Also I apologise for the amount of Primark in this post which I won’t be able to link, but a lot of it is still on sale! At home I wouldn’t wear a bandeau underneath this floral top, however in Morocco you are expected to be respectful in terms of what you wear and not showing off too much skin!
Bandeau top: Boohoo basic (4) Link here
Floral front tie top: Primark (around £6)
Culottes: Boohoo – old
I am absolutely in love with this outfit even though it’s so easy. On holiday a maxi dress is great as you can just throw the one piece outfit on and go, and it looks great. I especially love this maxi as the straps tie on the shoulders to make a bow, giving it that extra detail.
Maxi dress: Primark (£13)
In the Sahar Desert we had to cover up and wear a turban, not so much for religious reasons, moreso for ourselves as the wind moves the sand and can damage your face and skin- and it’s quite painful. In the forty degree heat perhaps looking back black wasn’t the best idea, also I took the scarf with me however if you forget you can buy them there from small family run stalls!
Bandeau: same: Boohoo
Tie back top: Missguided- old
Wide leg trousers: Primark (around £10)
Scarf: Primark (£4)
Again, as I mentioned earlier I love maxi skirts and since this holiday have continued to buy more despite summer almost being over. In the UK heat I like to wear them with crop tops however in Morocco I styled them with vest tops. The rucksack in all of these outfits is the one I take travelling everywhere with me, as it’s so small and easy however my gran gave it to me so I can’t tell you where it’s from as I am not sure!
Maxi skirt: New Look (bought off Depop for around £7) Similar from Boohoo
Button down top: Primark (£5)
Pink tinted sunglasses: Primark (£2)
I am not sure whether you can call a swimming costume an outfit, but I wanted to share this one with you as I love the print! It’s light blue with pink flamingos and green palm trees on it, it’s super cute and has a low back which makes it more flattering.
Swimming costume: Primark (around £4)
When I was in Morocco it was national pink day and of course I had to commit to it. Sometimes straight dresses can look extremely unflattering however on this one I like the oversized look, and it sinches in your waist due to the drawstring detail across the centre.
Pink dress: Romwe (£10) Link here
Straw bag: bought from Morocco, however I have done a whole blog post on this trend here where you can find ones extremely similar!
Leg tie espadrilles: ASOS (£20) Link here
I love one colour outfits and maybe I accidentally went too far matching the beige outfit to the beige sand but even though beige can be quite boring, I think if styled correctly it can work well, even with all the same colour. This top is quite see through so I would advise a bra or petals underneath.
Knitted beige top: Urban Outfitters (£26) Link here
Skirt- Primark – old (around £8)
As I have just mentioned I love styling pieces of the same colour together, especially white and teaming this with a bold red lip. The cat eye sunglasses complete this outfit, and I have actually done a whole blog post just on this one OOTD Here where you can find all the outfit details!
Last but not least I am absolutely loving animal print at the moment, and leopard print has been my favourite for quite some time now. I feel like with animal print you either love it or you hate it, but I really love it!
Vest top: Primark (around £5)
Lipstick: NYX soft matte lip cream in shade ‘London’
Thanks so much for reading and hope you enjoyed my ‘Morocco in outfits’. I am thinking of doing a similar post for the outfits I wore in Germany so let me know what you think!