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I have read in all places that Egypt is a conservative country, but have gotten conflicting info on what exactly that means for a woman. In other posts I have read that women must cover neck, ankles, and wrists, so basically everything. I was hoping someone who has been can enlighten me. I do not want to draw attention or offend anyone with my clothes, but I also do not want to have a heat stoke, lol.
Please read the Top Questions on the right of the forum written in blue. These are written by the Destination Experts who have excellent knowledge about the country. The top question is " Appropriate Clothing" which should help. I went to Egypt last year with a tour group and took a Nile cruise. At the archelogical sites I still wore capri's long on me and a T shirt with short sleeves, no low neck.
I saw many in shorts and tank tops but I just did not want to draw anymore attention to myself than I already was by the fact I have auburn hair color and very pale skin. We were there in March and wore capri's and sometimes long pants, we wore blouses that came to the elbow.
Clothes didn't seem to be any big deal unless you were going way out into an area where tourists never go. I have been also getting varied info regarding this, some people are saying u have to cover up or will get abuse hurled at u.. The issues of not showing cleavage?
I have bought t shirts with a sleeve in but the sleeve only go down to nearly my elbow I have been stressing about clothes,money and possible scams since booking it last October.. IMO the t-shirts you have bought sound just fine. Are you a Pepperberry fan Julie? I take a range of blouses, t-shirt tops and 3 or 4 day dresses from their collection, if I feel something is a little low cut I team it up with a lightweight scarf, if sleeveless wear a lightweight cardigan on top or a pashmina, if the dress is on the shortish side I'll put some leggings on underneath.