Egypt was one the most unique and different style of clothes I had worn. Since Egypt is a Muslim country, I wanted to respect their religion and traditions. Covering up is a must. Especially women were always covered up with loose clothing. Knowing this before traveling to Egypt I had packed long skirts, elephant pants, long dresses and full-length rompers.
We had first travelled to Aswan where the locals were mostly villagers and not many women were seen on the streets. I had worn my blush elephant pants and a tank top with a long sleeve cover-up.
We then made our way to Luxor were it was more like a small town facing the famous Nile river. However, this time there was more women seen around the streets and the temples. Mostly in Luxor I had worn my full length rompers, maxi dresses and my elephant pants. One tip was follow is to always have a scarf on you to cover your head or your body if needed to do so.
After Luxor we reached Hurghada were it was more relaxed and I could wear anyting without no restrictions. This was the first place in Egypt that I worn a short dress and shorts! This was a good balance of having some ease of what to wear.
Our final stop was Cairo where the wonder of the world lived. In Cairo it was a very busy city with lots of people around. Cairo has a lot of pollution and dust so I usually had my scarf to cover my head and face. In Cairo I wore rompers and my elephant pants.