Travel Essentials: Sam Hutchinson’s Morocco Packing List

A magical spring break destination if there ever was one, Morocco attracts stylish visitors far and wide thanks to its vibrant markets, beautiful beaches and delicious food. Today, Sam Hutchinson of the blog Could I Have That? shares her packing list and personal snaps from a recent trip to the North African country with her husband.

Postcard From Morocco

"A highlight from our trip: camel rides in the Agafay desert on the outskirts of Marrakech."

Sleeveless Blouse

"Silk button-down tops are always in my bag no matter where I'm headed. They're the best for layering and cool enough to wear on their own as the day heats up."

Everyday Jewelry

"When I travel far, I like to take minimal jewelry that stays on me the entire time. These rings from Kendall Conrad are my favorite for a touch of gold."

Market Spices

"The spices and herbs at the souks smelled absolutely amazing."

Unisex Sunglasses

"My husband and I took turns wearing our pair of Garrett Leight sunnies on vacation. They're just the coolest."

Striped Tee

"I can't leave home without this tee. It's uber-soft and goes with just about everything."

Breakfast Of Champions

"A Moroccan breakfast in the Atlas Mountains at Kasbah Tamadot: eggs tagine and Moroccan pancakes."

Printed Bikini

"I'm not sure what it is, but I always feel better in a bikini. I love the cut and fit of this one."

Lightweight Tunic

"An easy tunic can be worn multiple ways. I love the subtle stripes on this one."

Textile Treasures

"I became obsessed with rug shopping on our trip. There are so many beautiful options."

Fringe Bag

"Fringe felt so right in Marrakech. I wore a bag similar to this one from Gucci that I found in the souks."

Breezy Maxi Dress

"It's recommended that women wear long skirts and cover their shoulders while out and about in Marrakech. I lived in this wispy dress - it was perfect for the hot weather."

Night Shade

"Marrakech is magical, even at night."

Lace-Up Sandals

"I never put a pair of heels on during this trip, it was flats all day, everyday."

Beach Cover-Up

"A good cover up is key for a vacation. I lived in this one by Mikoh Swimwear when heading to our poolside Moroccan tent at Kasbah Tamadot."