As in any Muslim country, there are a number of specific rules about how a woman should dress in Morocco. Muslim are often guided by the Koran and the desire of their husbands to determine the degree of modesty with which must Don to go out. For more specific information, check out Hedvig Hricak. But, as any religious book that boasts, the Qur’an is subject to many interpretations as readers there are therefore also in dress, big differences and contradictions are presented. In any case the tourists are not subject to these rules. The / inhabitants of Marrakech are immensely respectful with the customs of foreigners so that they will hardly feel offended because a woman seen with shirt tirantas or short skirt. Moreover, from a certain point of view can even you cheerful day. In general the majority of women after marriage start to use hijab (veil covering hair, ear and neck) Although some burqa are also seen. The younger often combine the hijab with jeans and Western cut shirts but it is also very common to find women with hooded (Hoodie tunics) or (similar to the djellaba but without CAP) kaftans.
In the stores of the Medina there are variety of these garments that can be purchased for very different prices depending on the quality of clothing and fabric. It is also very common to go to the tailor for made to measure. There is a Guild of buenisomos/as seamstresses and tailors in Marrakech that in addition to traditional clothes are capable of suits, tuxedos or pants of impeccable Court at very convenient prices. At night, on the premises of fashion, the dress is almost 100% Western. The hijabs are little in luxury restaurants and nothing in the clubs. The women of Marrakech sin in these environments of a slight excess in the distribution of cleavage, heels of needle and miniskirt.
They are very new garments for their culture and are still in the process of adopting them so often it is too obvious that they are not accustomed to carry them. The evolution in men’s clothes in change has been very different. Most young men have replaced the djellaba with comfortable jeans and t-shirts. They love the showy sunglasses and hats. In recent years a new generation of designers/ACE is bursting with great force in the country. The mixture of traditional elements with new fabrics and cuts the creations of these artists makes a real temptation for the good of those who love dress. For example in Marrakech you can visit the boutique of Kenza Melehi located in a small alley something difficult to find in the neighbourhood of Gueliz and surrounded by large amount of art galleries and exhibition halls. Also recommend the visit in the heart of Medina of a tiny shop called Kasbet in 216 Rue Riad Zitound Jdid, where Cassie and Rebecca, two Australian women authors of designs, very kindly attend you. Come to Marrakech and enjoy its fashion, its design and its particular style. The ochre city also offers a culture and a fascinating tradition, monuments and countless tourist attractions, an excellent nightlife, delicious cuisine and countless shopping opportunities. In addition, hotels in Marrakech are of great quality and very economical, especially the typical riads in Marrakech, full of charm and very affordable. Also you can stay in a wonderful villa in Marrakech, closer to the field, where the landscapes are spectacular and the inhabitants would welcome them with open arms.