Blue Skies in Morocco

2015 Fashion, Fashion, Summer

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blue dress was a thrift store find at Buffalo Exchange in NYC, but it’s the perfect dress to pack for traveling, it can look dressy or worn casually. I paired it with my white converse to walk around Morocco.

Plus, in a city of blue, wearing blue just seemed appropriate.

I visited Fez and Marrakesh, but I regret I didn’t have enough time to visit Chefchaouen – the city painted blue. Fez and Marrakesh are similar, but Fez is older and a little more unique.
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