What to Wear on a Vacation to Morocco Part 3
On the third day of Larisa’s Morocco vacation, she first came to Tangier, a major city and seaport in northwestern Morocco. Tangier is the gateway to Africa for many tourists and it has been romanticized by many great poets, artists and writers who sought adventure at its beautiful and mysterious shores for a long time.
This time our Ever-pretty beauty Larisa wore a strapless orange dress to walk through the old streets in Tangier.
This vibrant party dress features a strapless neckline and flowy high low hem that just begs to be danced in! This bright color perfectly matched with both colorful streets and mosaic tiles. This amazing orange could definitely flatter your skin tone without making you look like a pumpkin. Larisa also loves its asymmetric hem and feel it is designed to standout.
Then Larisa came to Chefchaouen which is close to Tangier and famous for its blue walls, blue buildings and blue doors. The blue is the symbol of sky and heaven according to the old theories, it serves as a reminder to lead a spiritual life. And you could never miss the stunning view of Chefchaouen at twilight.
Are you in love with Morocco yet? You can also visit Rabat, the capital of Morocco and Hassan Tower minaret and Mosque with Larisa. If you are interested in traditional Moroccan food, then you can’t miss the world-famous Moroccan mint tea, Couscous, Tagine and Moroccan pancakes in our previous posts.
Add Morocco to your bucket list and pack your bags with our Ever-Pretty dresses in tow! You can shop Larisa’s look below: