What to Wear on a Morocco Vacation Part 2
On her second day in Morocco, our Ever-Pretty beauty Larisa visited the Hassan Tower minaret and Mosque which were built under the Berber Almohad dynasty in the 12th century.
Larisa chose to wear our floor length peplum burgundy dress because she liked how the architectural silhouette of the dress mirrored the stunning architecture of Morocco. With a sequined waistline, cascading ruffled peplum and a thigh high slit, this dress definitely brings the drama. In addition to strolling the streets of Morocco, this dress is perfect for those black tie events such as prom or a gala, where drama is encouraged.
Last but not least, Moroccan food is one of the most versatile cuisines in the world and vibrant in color. If you are planning a trip to Morocco, then you have to indulge in the street fare which offers the true flavors of the country. Larisa’s favorites are Couscous, Tagine and Moroccan pancakes.
Couscous is traditionally prepared on the Muslim holy day every week and for special occasions. It is originally from Morocco and usually served with meat (lamb, beef or chicken) and vegetables. You can find it at most restaurants and cafes in Morocco.
Tagine is a clay cooking pot with a conical lid with multiple types of dishes ((lamb, beef, chicken and vegetables, etc) slow cooked inside. It is traditionally eaten directly from the cooking vessel. You can also find it everywhere in Morocco.
Moroccan pancakes are much softer and are served with fruits and Moroccan mint tea. Both are a must try! You can check the details about the world-famous Moroccan mint tea in another article if you are interested.
Time to pack your bags and head to Rabat, Morocco! You can shop Larisa’s look below.
Shoes: Sam Edelman
Bracelet: Monica Vinader
Necklace: Handmade gold necklace