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What to Wear While Visiting London (Women + Men)

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Learn what you should wear while visiting London. I'm telling you how to dress like a Londoner and how to not stand out as a tourist while on a trip to London. Watch this before you pack for your visit to London! *click see more for things mentioned in video + FREE London 101 Guide* Watch these London videos next: What to Pack For a Trip to London: https://youtu.be/HlFIY6ZiMI0?list=PL6u96nZN-L_bjBvhTdAYvq0EpL3y-At9C How to Deal With Weather When Visiting London: https://youtu.be/vrxqPDNuzFA?list=PL6u96nZN-L_bjBvhTdAYvq0EpL3y-At9C Which Oyster Card Should You Get? https://youtu.be/5eAZ7JUrkjo?list=PL6u96nZN-L_bjBvhTdAYvq0EpL3y-At9C Subscribe for more videos like this every week (it's free): https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=loveandlondon *Get my FREE London 101 Guide sent to you: http://loveandlondon.com/london-101-guide-main?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=What%20to%20Wear* Love and London has hundreds of free tips for your London visit. Say thanks by buying me a beer: https://ko-fi.com/loveandlondon Behind-the-scenes London-y stuff on Instagram: http://instagram.com/loveandlondon Free London 101 Guide for first-time London visitors: https://goo.gl/Eh3HP3 Comprehensive and flexible 3-Day London Itinerary: http://loveandlondon.com/3-day-london-itinerary?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=description%20link All of my best London tips are in The Local Guide to London: https://goo.gl/qT2XVh The only London tours I recommend: https://goo.gl/UbrXQS London resources (airport transfers, SIM cards, etc.): https://goo.gl/nsZZ64 MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO: Comfortable but stylish walking shoes options: Converse that I wear (they're unisex): http://fave.co/2chYwxw For women: Adidas: http://fave.co/2chYp57, Stylish trainers: http://fave.co/2chXSQP Reebok : http://fave.co/2chZxpz Puma http://fave.co/2cBLHl8 Men: Very discreet men’s workout shoes: http://fave.co/2chXrGb (my husband has these and they look great) http://fave.co/2cBKeey http://fave.co/2chXO3H My London Style Pinterest board: https://www.pinterest.com/Jess_inLondon/london-street-style/ Music Provided by NoCopyrightSounds: Kontinuum - First Rain: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKI1P2gEK54 Kontinuum: https://soundcloud.com/Kontinuum
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Paul Caple (11 days ago)
Some other commentators are saying it does not matter what you wear when in Europe. However, It’s not looking like a tourist that is possibly an issue. It’s about looking like you are unsophisticated. That is the elephant in the room.
Love and London (10 days ago)
Of course, anyone can wear whatever they want, it's your holiday. These are just some recommendations that were requested by viewers.... I can't win lol
Michelle Downie (15 days ago)
my problem with shoes is that I need shoes as comfortable as possible and those are my Nike ones :/ I've been to London with them before and still my feet hurt but not as much as they do with other shoes so I'll be packing those again this summer...well, at least they're black and not some neon colour 😂ps. i'm not American but from Germany and a lot of people my age wear sneakers by Nike/Adidas
Love and London (14 days ago)
Hi Michelle, totally fine. At the end of the day you need to be comfortable so just go with whatever you already have and that you'll be happiest in! This video is just some guidelines for those who might need :)
denverchiro (23 days ago)
We took your fashion advice to heart, and I must say, unless you are in an upscale and trendy area, no one notices or cares at all. The tourist spots are flooded with tourists who are largely dressed like slobs. And we saw loads of locals wearing sneakers with jeans. Loads. We did look good though.
denverchiro (20 days ago)
I will say one thing we found very odd was the prevalence of Yankees hats on the heads of many Brits. I asked a few if they were excited about Tulowitzki joining the team and they had no idea to whom or what I was referring.
Love and London (23 days ago)
Yeah as I mentioned it's just recommendations and you can wear what you want. I also think it's always better to be more dressed up than underdressed.
Chad Starling (1 month ago)
Loving your videos and guides - getting ready to head to London for 6 days on Friday. I tend to favor comfort over fashion (but never sweats or pj's in public!) - hoping I don't stand out too much in my relaxed-not-baggy jeans/chinos and dark grey Brooks running shoes and black OluKai leather moccasins, haha! Otherwise, I seem to be following your suggestions with light collared fleece, button-down shirts that can go tucked in or out and a tan blazer that goes fine with nearly anything and jeans. Can't wait - sounds like a phenomenal place to explore!!
Love and London (1 month ago)
You'll be find Chad don't worry! Have a great time!
Do you mind (2 months ago)
If you have your Oyster Zones 1 and 2 get on the 176 bus outside the Garrick Theatre on Charing Cross Road .. it has Penge on the front .. and stay on it for 45 minutes passing through the Elephant, Camberwell, up Denmark Hill, down Dog Kennel Hill, then up Lordship Lane to the Horniman Museum. The Horniman is worth the effort. And Sydenham Hill Woods are nearby. Same bus back to Trafalgar Square.
MissRizyGm Gm (2 months ago)
Oh its really informative dear. thanks.
Heather Whittaker (2 months ago)
I found comfortable walking shoes at Clark's in England...I never wear sneakers outside a gym...very tacky...I don't understand the reason for North Americans love of sneakers....running shoes etc.....
kaiyuan2893 (2 months ago)
Comfort can come with style too!
Love and London (2 months ago)
Sharon M (2 months ago)
I came to London summer 2017 with my teenage daughter, followed your suggestions- I got asked directions by other tourists a couple of times! It was funny. So I guess I looked local! We are coming with the whole family this summer- question: do young men (early 20s) wear shorts around town? If so what type. Older men?
Love and London (2 months ago)
Yup to both!
Dalisha Marie (2 months ago)
Planning on going to London this summer, are vans appropriate to wear because they are very comfortable or will I stand out ?
Love and London (2 months ago)
Yes don't worry those are fine.
Valerie Tsebenko (3 months ago)
Totally the most useful blog about London! Thanks for your videos, they’re kind of a ‘pocket guide’ for me👍🏻
Valerie Tsebenko (2 months ago)
mrcellophane99 , many men, many minds🤷🏻‍♀️
mrcellophane99 (2 months ago)
How can this be useful, it's totally bollocks.
Love and London (3 months ago)
Glad I can help! Thanks!
nicole bates (3 months ago)
Where did you get that adorable coat?
roger8654 (4 months ago)
Guys wear black ripped jeans
Jennifer Rogers (4 months ago)
Where is that trench coat from? I am struggling to find one to combat March temps in London. I live in the US!
Jennifer Rogers (4 months ago)
Thank you! +Love and London
Love and London (4 months ago)
It's from a terrible company and has since fallen apart lol. Here's one from Everlane (made sustainably and ethically, and should last for years): https://fave.co/2MCjmsL
Blackboard (5 months ago)
What is the wearing essentials for guys in March? Thanks
Lily Li (5 months ago)
This was for schoolz ._.
Jamie Loonam (5 months ago)
Very helpful video. Your London 101 guide is fantastic - thanks!
Love and London (5 months ago)
Thanks Jamie!
Tanya Hanna (6 months ago)
Required for the United States
Vas El (6 months ago)
WOW! Pyjamas in public.
John Michael (7 months ago)
If you are coming to London you will do a lot of walking. It is the best and quickest way to see an area. Wear comfortable shoes and bring two pairs so you can swap. Break them in before you come, blisters will take the edge off your day. Be prepared for rain, having said that in the summer it should be warm and umbrellas are sold everywhere when it looks like rain. The look in the UK is often described as ' smart casual', but we are broad minded her and embrace eccentricity so go for it!
Soarah Young (7 months ago)
I am Chinese. Everyone can tell I'm a tourist in London. Good thing is I don't need to care so much about pretending to be a local.
Dawg Home (7 months ago)
By rights I'm a Londoner now having lived here so long, so I just wanted to say that your advice over all is pretty good, to the lady who wore heels when out touring and then later her feet were killing her? This is often why I have a small backpack or rucksack as I bring pumps or sneakers with me for such an occasion.
Brooke Ayton (7 months ago)
Which videos should I watch before I move to London for 12 months in September?? Your videos are super helpful.
Love and London (7 months ago)
All of the ones on my channel :)
Ian Lacey (8 months ago)
Today, (27th of July 2018), is definitely the best example of your advice. Sweltering heat up to 4pm and then a good burst of rain.
Love and London (8 months ago)
Woollygaming (9 months ago)
Pyjamas in public? You’re joking right 😂
Maxine F (9 months ago)
Woollygaming She’s right. I live in Maryland and I see grown folks, men and women wearing pajama bottoms to the supermarkets all the time.
Love and London (9 months ago)
HAha nope
navya nanjappan (10 months ago)
Thanks a lot for your video. Very helpful. I am a girl who prefers to use leggings instead of jeans. Could you let me know whether I can wear leggings plain and leggings printed? Also let me know whether I can bright colored girl casual shirts. Thank you.
navya nanjappan (10 months ago)
Love and London 😊 You are right. But I strongly agree for 'when you are in Rome Be a Roman'. I don't want to be an odd (wo)man out!😀 I am from India🇮🇳 and we love wearing bright colours and I do it while I am in India and accommodate to the foreign country whenever I travel😊. So if you still suggest I welcome it. Thank you.🙂
Love and London (10 months ago)
Hey Navya, at the end of the day, wear what you're most comfortable in and take inspiration from that Pinterest board I linked to if you need.
davidbritnn (10 months ago)
Hey Jess, talking about shoes because I have trips to Boston, Cape Cod and London this summer so I will be doing a ton of walking. Is that pair of shoes that your husband has really comfortable for lots of walking? I am stuck flying real economy to London this time (not whining, I get first class to Boston at least) so I doubt I will be able to bring more than the pair that I wear on the plane. I need to choose wisely. Thanks!
Love and London (10 months ago)
Aw you'll be fine David. Don't stress too much. Just use what you have.
davidbritnn (10 months ago)
I was hoping for 'OMG, he says they feel like angels rubbing fluffy clouds on his feet all day!' But fairly comfy is good. Thanks for the help. My wife died a couple years ago and with her went my fashion sense. So I need all the help I can get. lol.
Love and London (10 months ago)
He said they're fairly comfy!
Dulce m (10 months ago)
Hi!!! I went to London last December and it was amazing! I want to live there someday... do you have any suggestions what should I do to get closer to my dream please? Thank you! Love your videos❣❣❣❣
Dulce m (10 months ago)
Love and London Thank you!!!! 💜
Love and London (10 months ago)
Hey Dulce, I have lots of videos about moving to and working in London on my channel, have a watch of those!
Karen Rodriguez (10 months ago)
HI. Can you tell me what the typical weather is like in September? Thank you.
Karen Rodriguez (10 months ago)
Thank you!
Love and London (10 months ago)
Hi Karen, watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrxqPDNuzFA
Jenna Kocik (10 months ago)
Hi I've been following you on your different social media outlets and really enjoy your youtube videos. I find them really informative and help! I'm heading to London in September (Very excited!). I was wondering what are your thoughts on purses? I would like something fashionable but practical to bring over. I was wondering what are popular purse brands that people use there? I was told not to bring north american brands such as Coach as you'd stand out. Someone had suggested a Longchamp nylon bag, as they're very popular in Europe. Thank you again! Jenna
Love and London (10 months ago)
Hey Jenna, I wouldn't worry about it, just wear something you already have that closes so you can keep your belongings safe.
CHIEF (10 months ago)
I am thinking of a trip to London at this autumn. Thanks for the tips.
Love and London (10 months ago)
You're welcome!
Layla May (10 months ago)
can we were pinafores?
Angela Gomez (11 months ago)
Hi! Where’s a good place to book a hotel?
Love and London (11 months ago)
Hi Angela, my video series about this will help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoP9yfFF9Y0&list=PL6u96nZN-L_ZIyTxc8ghXp_ZMikJpEgaM
Paris Norman (11 months ago)
Hi!! I normally wear Jordan's a lot!! But since I'm only going be there for about 2 weeks, I can manage lol. So from the Pinterest board, I see that they wear a lot of layers, booties, stylish sweaters, etc. I was actually a little surprised by the leather pants, and I have some so do you think wearing leather pants and over-the-knee boots together would be ok?
Love and London (11 months ago)
Hey Paris, these are just light suggestions, at the end of the day, just wear whatever you're most comfortable and happy in.
Sira Mea (11 months ago)
This first time I went to London I wore these lovely converse style shoes with a London pattern, (red buses, telephone boxes, Elizabeth towers, etc, they had a rainproof coating, I thought these are perfect! they were not perfect, they were so flat and thin, so cushioning or support and the seems came away were my foot bent. A lesson learned. Test your shoes, make sure they are comfortable.
Jenny D (11 months ago)
Are Vans acceptable in London wear for young women? (I have British cousins who wear them anytime they come to the US)
Lindsy F (11 months ago)
Shorts? Length?
Love and London (11 months ago)
Your choice :)
Peter Wong (11 months ago)
Hi, I will travel to London in Jun and July. Can you tell me what i should bring it on my trip? I just watch some of your video on here.
Love and London (11 months ago)
Hey Peter! This is my video about what to pack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlFIY6ZiMI0&index=2&list=PL6u96nZN-L_ao52yOCcYXgaV-JalLZag1
Rob SanDiego (11 months ago)
I'm bringing Adidas Stan Smiths, all-white just as they wear at Wimbledon, and a pair of brown wholecuts for dressier evenings for my trip in July. I think they'll meet all my needs in London, the British GP, Farnborough Airshow trade days and more. Last year I brought 3 pairs of shoes and too many clothes. I regretted not having enough space for the goodies I wanted to bring home, had to pay to ship them.
Love and London (11 months ago)
Althea Alcido (11 months ago)
Hi, i will be in London first weekend of May. What would you recommend for outfits?
Love and London (11 months ago)
Hi Althea, check the weather just before you come and then pack what you’ll be comfortable in :)
Momma Bear (11 months ago)
More fitted than in America? I see guys in skinny jeans here (which I personally think looks awful) but it doesn’t get much more fitted than that.
Rawa Serwan (11 months ago)
I live in London and wear sweatpants almost every day
Love and London (11 months ago)
xxnatalie65xx (1 year ago)
Hi! Could you possible talk to us about what time of brands to long for. Clothing wise. I am going to London in November. Not sure what type of jacket to buy. As in the material and if they should long or short.Same for gloves. I am very new to cold weather. I am from Miami Florida, we don’t need winter clothes ! Thanks !!
Love and London (1 year ago)
Whatever will keep you warm, plain and simple :)
Sally Wallis (1 year ago)
Please a question. where were you when you popped up the photo of you in the leather jacket with the trees in the back ground on a tail. what green space. thanks ( we are going to be in London for a bit in a years time.) thanks again.
Love and London (1 year ago)
It's in an area that most tourists won't make it to (the outskirts) but another option is Victoria Tower Gardens, next to the Houses of Parliament. You can see it in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsSm5QWvNTQ&t=74s
Maria Cortez (1 year ago)
Diana May (1 year ago)
What should i pack for London
Diana May (1 year ago)
Love and London what should I pack for London
Love and London (1 year ago)
Here you go! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlFIY6ZiMI0&index=2&list=PL6u96nZN-L_ao52yOCcYXgaV-JalLZag1
aruytpadyugf (1 year ago)
They don't wear sweats out in public? omg that sounds like a very uncomfortable lifestyle
Love and London (1 year ago)
They don't! Ah no I love it though, I always feel put together when I go out and about.
Gabe bust (1 year ago)
Covenrse shoes are the worse to walk around in, they are some of the most uncomfortable shoes.
Ana Catarina (7 days ago)
Newer pairs of Converse have padded insoles now.
Evelyn Johnson (6 months ago)
As an American, I find Converse have zero support and aren’t comfortable for all day walking and exploring. Bogs are great because they are stylish and waterproof.
Agnetha Joy Caratao (7 months ago)
I love my pair of converse tbh
SvenTviking (1 year ago)
Londoners do wear sneakers/trainers, but we’re a bit more fussy about the style. I’ve noticed that Americans of all ages tend to wear the sort of running shoe that you would actually use in athletics or training as casual wear. And sometimes these are ugly shoes! Brits tend to wear certain stylish sneakers, vintage Adidas, Converse, Reebok classics (the white ones kept virgin white.) Nike hightops, Vans, etc.
Love and London (1 year ago)
Yup! Exactly like I said :)
Maac Desmond (1 year ago)
Actually She explain if you wear like those dresses you can easily blend in to londoner. Its nice thing. don't say wrong about her. i read some comments are not quite good. thanks dear
Love and London (1 year ago)
Jaicei (1 year ago)
Ok so when you say sweatshirts do you mean hoodies? Like the ones with a big pocket in the front and a hood with strings?
Love and London (1 year ago)
Yes! But don't worry too much Mia. These are just suggestions.
Anthony B (1 year ago)
Are patterned and strippy tops and jumpers worn by people in London?
Love and London (1 year ago)
Yes! No need to worry too much about details like this. This video is just some suggestions. No need to buy a new wardrobe or anything :)
Martha Sterrett (1 year ago)
Thank you ! I am Planning to be there in April with my 13 year old son😊he is so put together( which I love) ... I need to do more shopping to be 👌 ... my last time in Paris every single outfit was planned ahead of time with pictures on my cell .... if you have MORE advice please let me know... thank you 😊
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hey Martha! Don't worry too much about getting new items. In the end these are just suggestions and you want to be comfortable and just work as best as you can with what you have :)
Seraphina Mathias (1 year ago)
Must you wear heels to go somewhere nice? I cannot stand heels, would I not be allowed somewhere for not wearing them?
Love and London (1 year ago)
No not at all! I was just saying what I usually wear.
Ally B (1 year ago)
Your videos are so helpful, thank you! For a night out in Westminster what is appropriate to wear? Also I've heard Londoners don't wear rain boots around the city, so what do you wear when you don't want to ruin your shoes?
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hey Ally, just follow what I said in the video about what to wear out :) And any shoes that are waterproof will work, I don't wear anything special when it's raining.
Marie Duncan (1 year ago)
Hi Jess! Leggings? In the US we wear them as pants, I choose to cover the honey with long tunics and usually pair with boots or converse. Am I going to look weird?
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hahah the honey, I love it! No, if the honey is covered, and you're comfortable, that's enough :)
Whitney Foley (1 year ago)
I’m going to London for Christmas! This will be my first time visiting. I’m from a warm climate so I’m a little stressed on what kind of coat to bring. Puffer coat or wool pea coat?
Love and London (1 year ago)
Whatever will keep you warm :)
Sarah XO (1 year ago)
Heyy! (I'm new and subscriber hehe) I wanted to know what to wear instead of Jeans, I don't like jeans (only for gardener costume) what style of pants should I wear??? (Here I dress and I love to dress Sweatpants 😕) and (Idk how to say in English so if u search for "Calças Pantalonas" on Google u Will see what I mean) I love to wear them too, the "Calças Pantalonas" can u see and tell me if it's good to use in London?? Thankssss 😘 loved ur Vid' btw! 💗
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hey Sarah! Pretty much anything besides gym clothing :)
Trish S. (1 year ago)
Like your channel! Other things: (1) Even young children in Europe wear clothing that's logo-free, quality, covered up separates. (2) I found "local" women throughout Europe wear dresses & skirts daily, much more than U.S. (3) tailoring - people get their clothing tailored frequently in London & EU so that's why clothing looks fitted & good on their bodies, and (4) weight: if I see someone overweight in London or EU, they will almost always be American. Overweight/obese=American. I realize that's not ALL Americans, but most of them, most certainly.
anna verano (1 year ago)
Trish S. that's bs i saw so many over weight people in the uk and they weren't yanks ... the people are no different than americans only the accent is different..
Thomas Shedd (1 year ago)
I just got back from London. Do not listen to Jess about running shoes, bring them! You will walk @ 8 miles a day even using the tube and buses. I only brought leather casual/dress shoes and I was hurting after just four hours on my first day. Luckily the second pair was more comfortable. Wear your running shoes if they are your most comfortable pair. By the way British white collar workers wear dress shoes but the British blue collar workers wear running shoes so you will fit right in.
Love and London (1 year ago)
Well I didn't anticipate or recommend anyone to walk 8 miles a day, I mean if you're going to walk that much then obviously you need to wear something very comfortable 😳
Mikkel Carlstein (1 year ago)
Hey, I don't know if you'll see this comment since this is an older video, but I'll leave this question here just in case. I'm a trans guy who's planning on visiting London in November, and my entire outfit that makes me feel safe with myself and safe in public here in Sweden is pretty basic: Dark jeans, t-shirt, bomber jacket or leather jacket with a jeans vest with patches on top, matched with black or red boots. While it's not the most stylish thing in the world, do you think this is something that'd be acceptable to wear in London? (And I don't know if you're the right person to ask this, but how is London in general towards people in the LGBT+ community? I recently checked the news, and saw that a trans guy like me was attacked in the tube, so that makes me vaguely worried.) Thank you in advance.
Mikkel Carlstein (1 year ago)
Thank you for your help! Hope you have a lovely day as well now
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hey Mika! In the end, you should wear what you feel most comfortable in, so you're sorted. London is an incredibly accepting city so please don't worry, you will be safe and also enjoy yourself :) Hope that helps!
alicefayenjbj (1 year ago)
Downloaded Citymappers and the London 101 Guide, Getting excited going to London the end of the month to the 1st of October. I know just a weekend to check off Bucketlist item.
Love and London (1 year ago)
Woohoo! Have a great time!
Radhika Somani (1 year ago)
There are people visiting London who aren't Americans too 😂 Weirdly I love Sweatshirts, captioned tees and almost everything you say not to wear.
Love and London (1 year ago)
Don't worry, this video is just a guideline, in the end you can wear what you want!
Radhika Somani (1 year ago)
Love and London Of course. But I'm definitely afraid I'll stand out because of the things I'm gonna wear! BTW, have you a vid about what people should wear to Uni in London and surrounding areas? Or do you think this covers it?
Love and London (1 year ago)
Just because I only reference Americans in this video doesn't mean that I don't know that :)
skinnybitchinthekitch (1 year ago)
Just discovered your channel. I looove your vids.. definitely subscribing ❤️❤️
Love and London (1 year ago)
Maulin Agrawal (1 year ago)
In the winter, a pea coat or leather jacket is quite stylish.
Maulin Agrawal (1 year ago)
Love and London Maybe with a hoodie underneath it.
Love and London (1 year ago)
Totally! Although leather jacket may not be warm enough.
korrielewis (1 year ago)
I'm going to wembley stadium in September is paddington a good area to stay?
korrielewis (1 year ago)
Love and London thank you for replying. Any thoughts on edgeware? I booked a airbnb that has good reviews. But all the comments are bad about the area. Help?! Thank you so much
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hi Korrie, I have a whole series and a free e-book about where to stay in London, have a watch! I do mention Paddington, in the free e-book, I suggest hotels and hostels in the area.
Salina Joehari (1 year ago)
I'll be going in winter what type of shoes would you recomen
ayuana bradford (1 year ago)
So true.... I was born in London and I move to USA because of my dad but I'm gong back when I'm older.
SadAce (1 year ago)
You said not to wear tshirts that have writing on it but you always talk about shirts with universities on the front, does the same rule go for Band t-shirts and things of that nature?
Love and London (1 year ago)
Those kinds of t-shirts are definitely worn more here!
Kimmy Cakes (1 year ago)
Sounds like New York fashion. We NEVER wear pajamas outside and our clothes are mostly fitted :) this probably happens somewhere in middle America and most places for nightlife in NYC do not let in with sneakers 👟 anyways...
Love and London (1 year ago)
Yes you're right! I'm from NY and agree that NYC is the same.
Mari Funabashi (1 year ago)
rainboots or no rainboots? i heard that even when it rains only ameircans wear rainboots out
Mari Funabashi (1 year ago)
Love and London (1 year ago)
No rainboots :)
steemdup (1 year ago)
This is so funny - sneakers when you're not at the gym, sloppy sweats and t-shirts, oversized clothes.  I agree with your suggestions but when you're out and about, comfy shoes are imperative.  I'm going to look at your Pinterest board now.  Thanks!
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hope it helps!
iiMRJG (1 year ago)
I'm northern and our cloths style is so different
iiMRJG (1 year ago)
Even tho I'm from Britain I find these videos so satisfying
Love and London (1 year ago)
Yes I agree! Thanks for watching!
Amolika jagdish (1 year ago)
thankyou so much your tips are great can't wait to go to london🎉
Love and London (1 year ago)
Amolika jagdish (1 year ago)
can you wear dresses👗
Love and London (1 year ago)
Of course :)
mrlozmoore (1 year ago)
no joke but i can spot an older American man/woman just frrom their sneaks and pants so that comment you made was so on point :)
Im traveling in 20 days! Thank you so much for this video :) Super helpful!
Love and London (1 year ago)
You're very welcome!
Hannah Meng (1 year ago)
could i were my adidas white shoes instead of covers? bc i don't have any
Hannah Meng (1 year ago)
sorry meant converse
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hey Hannah, not sure what you mean by covers... in the end, wear whatever you are most comfortable in. These are just light suggestions for those wanting to look "the part of a Londoner" a bit!
Lindsey Mitchell (1 year ago)
As long as you are dressed, just be happy and comfy. There are millions of people in London, noone will remember if you choose to wear comfy clothes and shoes to walk around all day.
Love and London (1 year ago)
It was a go-to outfit for many people at my university in the US lol.
Lindsey Mitchell (1 year ago)
Love and London I couldn't imagine going shopping in pyjamas apart from the shop at the top of the road though
Love and London (1 year ago)
Lol exactly, that's why I said it's just " very light suggestions" ;)
Syazana Khalil (1 year ago)
hi, i am going to london this 30th may. can you advise suitable clothes to pack? btw im from malaysia. thanks!
Love and London (1 year ago)
Hi! I have a video about what to pack on my channel, have a watch :)
Dr Lolita Nehra (1 year ago)
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Love and London (1 year ago)
roose dhamija (1 year ago)
thanks very much. ur video is really very useful. a great help by uploading the Pinterest link.
Love and London (1 year ago)
You're welcome!
Larisse Couto (1 year ago)
Do trench coats really keep you warm in January? That's when I am travelling to London. Thanks!
Larisse Couto (1 year ago)
RebeccaSarah thank you soooo much
RebeccaSarah (1 year ago)
Larisse Santos if you want to look the part and stay warm you're going to want something along these lines... https://houseoffraser.scene7.com/is/image/HOF/I_5054265856617_51_20170331?size=215,293&wid=215&hei=293&qlt=80&ResMode=sharp2&op_sharpen=1 http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTYwMFgxNjAw/z/n1wAAOSwDN1UNcRb/$_3.JPG?set_id=2 http://images.esellerpro.com/3649/I/27/DLU212_BLACK_01.jpg Keep in mind that even wearing the coats we would wear in winter you'll possibly still feel colder than you'd like - we are well used to it in the UK
Love and London (1 year ago)
Probably want a thicker winter coat.
smiler (1 year ago)
your videos are really fascinating to watch... as a londoner. everything you mention about americans visiting is true... i do spot what youre pointing out but never really put it into words. very fascinating
Love and London (1 year ago)
Amy Irene (1 year ago)
i usually try my best to look nice when i go out but i live in seattle and i'm just extra so everything i wear is oversized and often childish looking. i wasn't too worried since i atleast don't wear tennis shoes and sweats but now i'm worried i look like a loud toddler (because im v loud)
Love and London (1 year ago)
Don't worry too much. In the end, just wear what you're most comfortable in. These are just suggestions.
debbah (1 year ago)
thankfully I don't need to be told that I should not wear pyjamas in public, cause I'm not a murican lol.
Diana Sarg (1 year ago)
what kind of purse? big purse too much of a target for pick pocketing? I assume no backpacks? or maybe a stylist leather backpack? is that touristy
Love and London (1 year ago)
+Diana Sarg Hi Diana, watch my "Is London Safe?" Video for some help with this. In the end you can wear whatever you want! :)
Kristina Kammerer (1 year ago)
We just spent 10 days in London after watching many of your videos. We didn't pack any tennis shoes and regretted that decision. We walked between 5 and 12 miles every day and saw many people wearing tennis shoes and so wish we had done so. We were so blessed...10 days without a drop of rain...I even came home with a sunburn and peeling face! Fabulous trip!
Love and London (1 year ago)
+Kristina Kammerer that is sooooo much walking, wow. Glad you had a great trip!
Ty Wigfall (1 year ago)
"Dress like you have your sh*t together!" More truer words have never been spoken!!! :)
Love and London (1 year ago)
+Ty Wigfall haha :)
blueshirt06 (1 year ago)
What America have you lived in? I've never seen  anyone wear sweatshirts and sweatpants unless they were running or jogging at the park and pajamas?  I've never seen  anyone out in public wearing them, maybe  that's a East coast thing but in LA doesn't happen ever
GFSTaylor (10 months ago)
blueshirt06 Just Google 'People of Walmart'. You'll see things you cannot forget.
Gabriela Roman (10 months ago)
I'm from the East Coast and you see it everywhere. College students wear extra large shirts and nike shorts. You see them wearing it to class or out to eat. Women in their 30s wearing yoga pants everywhere. To each their own!
Love and London (1 year ago)
+blueshirt06 yeah not in the cities (doesn't happen much in NYC either), but it's a bigger thing in suburbs/ for college students.
Fleur (2 years ago)
Hannah M just to let you know, leather jackets are so fashionable & loved & worn by a lot of people in UK! So bring your leather jacket along, enjoy your trip x💚X
Research Master (2 years ago)
you say you wear " comfy" converse for walking around London all day... problem is that converse are not comfy. I do appreciate your video though! great tips but I'm still struggling with what footwear will be appropriate
Jenny Thornton (1 year ago)
THANK YOU! LOL I was really like “Converse, comfy?!” I love them but they have absolutely NO support! LOL. And even with insoles, the top part is still uncomfortable. I’m thinking of taking some all black Skechers memory foams. They’re not the coolest, but figure if they’re all black they’ll blend in better? 🤷🏽‍♀️
RebeccaSarah (1 year ago)
Research Master If you want to look the part you can wear trainers if you're going to be walking a lot but make sure they're neat trainers not big bulky ones and pair them with fitted jeans rolled up at the ankles. Here are some examples... http://fashiongum.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/What-To-Wear-With-Adidas-Trainers-and-Sneakers-For-Women-Chic-Street-Style-20.jpg https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/67/0e/50/670e500a4a7852555840be56eab21dfa.jpg https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/34/26/e1/3426e1ad4a49546362bbac4cfb34484c.jpg http://asset2.cxnmarksandspencer.com/is/image/mands/aa960373b95763bafd00fc0ecfd2f5ad064f439d?$editorial_295x540$ https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/37/4f/98/374f98cc253b0039da8bca4279f6c57d.jpg https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/1c/91/61/1c916172c020ce737765faa349e22a05.jpg Not this... https://i.warosu.org/data/fa/img/0082/04/1399806206822.jpg http://chicago.barstoolsports.com/files/2013/11/128.jpg
Love and London (2 years ago)
To me they're a good balance of comfort and style :) I promise I will make a blog post with shoe suggestions in the next few weeks! Make sure you're signed up to my newsletter (get the free guide to sign up) and then you'll know when it's live.
Stephanie Andersen (2 years ago)
Um can I just have you go through my clothes and pack for me?!
Love and London (2 years ago)
Haha I should offer that as a service!
Jane Howard (2 years ago)
Blah, blah, blah...I'm an American going to London in two weeks and I don't care if I "look" like one because I will be one of thousands of other Yanks there as well. If I'm walking around doing touristy things all day I will NEVER choose style over comfort and will wear my walking shoes. It's funny because when foreign tourists come here to visit they stick out as well becsuse of how they're dressed. WHO CARES? It's your hard-earned vacation, not a fashion show, and many of us aren't so shallow as to be worried about looking trendy.
Gabriela Roman (10 months ago)
One thing I find interesting about traveling is what people wear on their legs. In many countries you don't see women wearing shorts like you do in America. Of course this is for cultural or religious purposes. But as a tourist from wherever you come from it is important to have some idea of what they wear. Of course London is not as culturally different as America but places like Italy (when I went you had to wear long pants to go into churches) or Japan ( wearing jeans especially distressed jeans are frown upon and low cut tops are unacceptable) are places where you have to keep their customs in mind. It is not about a fashion show or looking trendy but it is about not offending another country's culture! Some people do care especially those from countries not as socially liberal as America. You also don't want to be calling attention the wrong way. Just something to keep in mind.
ruth cole (11 months ago)
Jenny D Hi Jenny! Yes, I have my physical issues, but don't Londoners still wear Docs? Doc Marten shoes seem like they would last and would be something you still would see. I, for one, am glad they are still around!
Jenny D (11 months ago)
It’s also so that you aren’t preyed upon as a tourist, pick pocketed, etc. so fitting in is a bit more for that than anything else..
madalicex (1 year ago)
Yeah, sure you have foot issues. Luv ya! x
ruth cole (1 year ago)
madalicex I have foot issues. I'm hotter than you have been or ever will be. Also, sorry for the typo above.
Hayward Smith (2 years ago)
Hey. I'm boring. I don't drink, smoke, party, go to bars, clubs or pubs. I want to see as much of London and its' attractions as possible. I want to wear flip flops. is that ok? how about shorts? I will bring dressier clothes but mostly casual. I'm planning to be there for the Queens birthday celebration this year. do you think it will be worm enough for that? I love your video. very helpful.
Amy Galvin (1 year ago)
Flip flop are terrible for your feet on top of looking sloppy.
mrlozmoore (1 year ago)
most South Africans and Australians will wear flip-flops all year round. 99% of brits don't wear them unless they're on vacation in Spain or wherever. Shorts 24 x 7 -- but outside, later sping and summer is best. how old is our queen anyway ;)
RebeccaSarah (1 year ago)
I would not wear flip flops because 1. You will stand out as American (incase that's something you want to avoid) 2. It is way too cold and 3. In London there are a lot of people, it's a bit of a crush in places and you may get your toes stood on
Love and London (2 years ago)
Hey! In the end, you can wear what you want and what you're comfortable in. Flip flops aren't massively popular here but aren't NOT worn. Shorts are fine but it doesn't always get warm enough for them.
Adam Stephenson (2 years ago)
Jeans and a T-Shirt. KISS principle still applies.
Naomi Bidlack (2 years ago)
How about Legging should you wear or not with nice blouse or shirt?
Love and London (2 years ago)
You could! It's not out of fashion to wear long tops and leggings here.
Deneen Herron (2 years ago)
What would one wear to the theatre in the West End?
Deneen Herron (2 years ago)
I appreciate your response!
munstergirl25 (2 years ago)
As long as it's decent you can go in whatever you like. How others dress will depend on the theatre & show. Musicals tend to be a bit more laid back, but if you go to the Royal Opera House you may spot some full on ball-gowns. You can't go wrong with simple trousers/skirt and a nice Shirt. It's probably not "classic" to go in Jeans and Sneakers, but no one will stop you (or care). Also up in the cheap seats things tend to be a bit more casual than in the stalls. But it's all down to preference. I regularly go in my "smart casual" work clothes bringing my non-stylish backpack because I'm lugging around the empty tupperware from lunch. I'll make a bit more of an effort for opera, etc. as not to stick out too much.
Deneen Herron (2 years ago)
Would you please be more specific? Thanks in advance....
Love and London (2 years ago)
+Deneen Herron people usually dress a bit nicer for the theatre :)
charlileftclues (2 years ago)
All of my British friends wear graphic tees showing off their favorite tv shows, movies, and comic books. When I was there, some of us even had the same shirt because we're all into the same things. I think Londoners like their graphic tees, honestly.
Jane Howard (2 years ago)
charlileftclues back in the 70s college tees and sweatshirts were so popular that if you wore them in the UK people would come up and offer to buy them right off your back. Same with your Levis, no matter what condition.
charlileftclues (2 years ago)
Oh, okay. Yeah, I agree then. University shirts are just tacky anywhere. I don't even own any apparel from my school. Yuck!
Love and London (2 years ago)
+charlileftclues I meant more like T-shirts with brand names and college names on them. Of course, there are many exceptions to my suggestions.
Allie Stang (2 years ago)
Should I bring a pair of hunters
Allie Stang (2 years ago)
Love and London what sort of rain shoes should I bring ??
Love and London (2 years ago)
I wouldn't.

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