I’ve already covered what to wear in Morocco, but Casablanca deserves a post all its own. Why? Because it’s a VERY westernized city that is still also very Moroccan.
Here are my tips for packing and lists for what to wear in Casablanca in any season.
Casablanca in the summer is *HOT.* But even though you might be sweating buckets, you should still err on the conservative side when it comes to getting dressed. No matter how high the temperatures get, spaghetti straps and mini dresses are still not OK.
Here are my tips on what to wear in Casablanca in the summer:
Winter in Casablanca means warm days and chilly nights. The temperature during the day can be between 50 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit, and as low as 30 or 40 degrees at night. That means layering is key!
Here are my tips for packing for Casablanca in the winter:
What to wear at night in Casablanca:
One more thing to note – if you’re planning to go out at night in Casablanca, there are plenty of chic venues filled with local expats, European visitors and business travelers. Some women are wearing VERY revealing clothing here, but many of them are actually prostitutes.
While enjoying Casablanca’s nightlife scene, it’s OK to wear a shorter dress or high heels. But when you’re walking around outside, grab a taxi directly to your destination and don’t wander the streets alone or late at night in revealing clothing.
Casablanca was a strange city for me both times I visited. It's almost stuck in the past, filled with old,...