What to Wear in Goa? A Complete Dress Code For Girls


The thought of a Goa trip with a gang of besties excites almost all of us. Not because it’s Goa, because it’s GOAAAAA…..which gives us a different vibe altogether. No other destination in India sounds ‘cool’ better than Goa. Right girls? If you are planning to visit Goa with your besties, here is a complete guide on Goa dress for girls, which you can follow to look oh-so-stylish in your endless selfie sessions. Also, don't forget to watch the video on 'Top Things To Do In Goa' at the 'bottom' of this post. 

#1 Shorts - The More, The Merrier 

When you are on a beach vacay, don’t shy away from sporting your sexy legs by wearing shorts. The more you have, the merrier you will be. The best thing about shorts is that they are not only comfortable but can also be worn with almost anything. We suggest you carry as many as you can, and of all kinds. 

This way, you can wear almost every type when you step out. It is always considered wise to wear linen/cotton shorts when you hit serene beaches of Goa since denim shorts not only take a good amount of time in drying, but they can also be quite uncomfortable in the heat. However, if you don't have cotton shorts in your closet, we suggest you carry an extra pair of denim shorts for your Goa trip. 


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#2 Bikini/Monokini/Tankini– Whatever You Love! 

Goa beachwear is incomplete without sultry bikinis, monokini, and tankini. So whatever you have, pull out all those to flaunt your sexy bikini body. Even if you don’t have a sexy bikini body, tankinis and high-waisted bikinis are perfect options to try. Nobody is gonna judge you based on what you’re wearing in beach/pool areas and you shouldn’t too.


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#3 Sarongs/Bikini Cover Up

When shopping for a Goa trip, always remember that sarong is just as important as bikini, especially if you are a bit curvy. These beach coverups go with the beachy vibe and can be easily draped around your waist. If you don’t want to splurge on beach cover-ups, you can make a sarong on your own by using a long scarf.

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#4 Shades – A Must-Have

A cool pair of shades not only complete your beach look but also makes you look effortlessly stylish for selfie sessions.

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#5 Fedora Hats

Timeless, elegant, and a necessity for a beach vacation to protect yourself from the scorching heat whilst making you look uber chic.

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#6 Flowy, maxis and bohemian kind dresses to match Goan vibe

When you are in a beach town, flowy and maxi dresses are perfect to wear to keep up with the coastal vibes. They come in different styles like kimonos, kaftans, and ponchos, and are comfortable, trendy as well as sexy to wear anywhere from a romantic evening stroll to beach parties. Carry at least three to four dresses if you are going to stay in Goa for 7-8 days.

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#7 Tank Tops, Loose T-Shirts, and Spaghetti 

Tank tops, loose t-shirts, and halter-neck spaghetti are quintessential Goa dress code for girls since you are unable to wear them in your daily work life. They can be paired with almost anything, and are perfect for a stroll in the middle of the night to buy a couple of beers from the local market.

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#8 Go a little offbeat – Wear Harem pants, Pallazos, Dhotis, and Mermaid Pants

If you love to experiment with styles, why not go a little offbeat and pair your sports bra or bikini tops with dhoti pants, flowy palazzos, and harem pants to create your own fashion sense.

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What else one should carry when visiting a beach vacation? If you have something in mind, kindly let us know in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by at Tashiara. If you also know some other fashion essentials that should be in this ultimate guide on Goa dress for girls, kindly let us know in the comment section below. 

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