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What to wear in London?

What to wear in London? This page provides information on appropriate clothes when you travel to London.

London exceeds all other cities in size and population and has a large number of famous tourist attractions. If you visit for sightseeing, there are lots of places you should definitely visit. The weather in London is unpredictable. As is often the case, it changes between clear, cloudy and rainy weather within a day.

We will provide you the information on appropriate clothes for the next 5 days and appropriate clothes for each season (and each month) in this city.

  1. 5 Day Clothes Forecast
  2. Clothes for Each Season

5 Day Clothes Forecast

5 day clothes forecast and weather forecast for London are as follows. These are updated daily.

London - Feb 05(Sunday)

During the day

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At night

A down jacket, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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Afternoon :

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Night :

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London - Feb 06(Monday)

During the day

It is cold enough to wear a coat, you will need winter clothes.

At night

A down jacket, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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few clouds

Afternoon :

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clear sky

Night :

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clear sky

London - Feb 07(Tuesday)

During the day

It is cold enough to wear a coat, you will need winter clothes.

At night

A down jacket, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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clear sky

Afternoon :

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clear sky

Night :

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clear sky

London - Feb 08(Wednesday)

During the day

A winter coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.

At night

Colder than daytime, a down jacket is preferable to a coat.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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few clouds

Afternoon :

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clear sky

Night :

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clear sky

London - Feb 09(Thursday)

During the day

A winter coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.

At night

Colder than daytime, a down jacket is preferable to a coat.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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overcast clouds

Afternoon :

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Night :

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clear sky

5 Day Clothes Forecast describes the appropriate clothes according to the weather forecast temperature.

Clothes for Each Season

This section provides information on appropriate clothes for each season, appropriate clothes for each month (Monthly Clothes Forecast) and more useful information. Monthly Clothes Forecast describes the appropriate clothes according to average high/low temperature for each month.

Appropriate Clothes in London

There are a few key items you should wear when all-year-round when visiting London. For instance, you should make sure you have sunglasses, a crossover bag, a small umbrella, a jacket, comfortable shoes, layers, and jeans. London weather is unpredictable and packing these items ensures you stay comfortable throughout your visit. Read this guide for guidance and tips on the appropriate clothes to wear when visiting London in various seasons. Let's dive in and find more information on season-appropriate clothes.

Spring (March, April and May)

The average weather in London is warm and bright to mild and rainy. The temperature ranges between 6 and 18 degrees Celsius. You should pack some shirts, sweaters, and blouses when visiting London since they are perfect for spring.

You should pack comfortable shoes if you plan to walk around more. These may include ankle boots, brogues, or trainers. Pair these with midi-skirts, ankle-length jeans, or culottes for warmer days, and add a thin cardigan, a jumper, or tights when the weather gets more chilled. You can also pack a pair of wellies in case it starts raining.

Remember, it can still rain in the spring. So, you are better off carrying a light jacket or a trench coat if you want to stay warm and dry. You should pack many layers and clothes you can match to create perfect outfits if the weather changes.

Summer (June, July and August)

Summer weather in London is sunny and hot to stormy and humid. The average summer temperature in the city averages between 13 and 23 degrees Celsius. You can make the most of this temperature by packing cute summer dresses, shorts, skirts, sandals, and strappy crop tops. Additionally, you should choose floral patterns to help you get in a summer mood. You could also pack a pair of light jeans for cooler days, plus a thin jacket and a t-shirt.

Pack colorful clothes with light fabrics, a rain mac or thin jacket, and a light cardigan if it rains or gets colder. You don't have to pack heavy jackets since summer temperatures in London can reach 30 degrees. Pack some heels for your evening outfit, but stay comfortable during the day with pumps, trainers, or a pair of flat sandals.

Autumn (September, October and November)

The Autumn weather in London is dry and windy. The city's average temperature ranges between 8 and 19 degrees Celsius. Autumn weather in London is similar to spring, with the difference being crunchy leaves on the streets. You can customize your outfits and complement the colors by packing colorful clothes.

Pack your favorite jeans, jumper, ankle boots, and light coat. You can also add your beautiful dress and pair it with a cardigan, knee-high boots, and tights to create a stylish and simple look that works during the day and night. Add some gloves, scarves, and a hooded coat for rainy days, and you have the perfect outfits for your autumn visit to London.

Winter (December, January and February)

Winters in London are often icy and cold or bright and mild. The city's average temperature ranges between 5 and 9 degrees Celsius. However, you can still rock thick cardigans, long-sleeved jumpers, jeans, and boots to create the perfect winter look. Accessorize your outfit with a hat, gloves, and a scarf, and you're ready to go.

You could wear thermal layers to stay warm and look great if London's winter temperature gets cold. Pack layered clothes, including a thick winter coat to wear over your outfit. Ensure you can remove the layered clothes indoors since it will be warmer. Pack sturdy boots to stay warm if you plan sightseeing during the day.

Monthly Clothes Forecast

The following are the recommended clothes for daytime and nighttime based on the average high/low temperatures for each month.

Monthly Clothes Forecast in London

monthClothes Forecast
JanDaytime:
A coat, gloves and a warm hat.
Nighttime:
Same as daytime.
FebDaytime:
A jacket or coat. Gloves and warm hat may be necessary.
Nighttime:
A coat, gloves and a warm hat.
MarDaytime:
A jacket or coat, you will need light winter clothes.
Nighttime:
A coat, gloves and a warm hat.
AprDaytime:
A light jacket, sweater, or light winter clothes (jacket or coat).
Nighttime:
A jacket or coat. Gloves and warm hat may be necessary.
MayDaytime:
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater.
Nighttime:
A jacket or coat, you will need light winter clothes.
JunDaytime:
A long-sleeved shirt, light jacket or sweater, but sometimes a short-sleeved shirt is good.
Nighttime:
A light jacket, sweater, or light winter clothes (jacket or coat).
JulDaytime:
A short-sleeved shirt, sometimes a long-sleeved shirt.
Nighttime:
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater.
AugDaytime:
A short-sleeved shirt, sometimes a long-sleeved shirt.
Nighttime:
A long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket or sweater.
SepDaytime:
A long-sleeved shirt, light jacket or sweater, but sometimes a short-sleeved shirt is good.
Nighttime:
A light jacket, sweater, or light winter clothes (jacket or coat).
OctDaytime:
A light jacket, sweater, or light winter clothes (jacket or coat).
Nighttime:
A jacket or coat, you will need light winter clothes.
NovDaytime:
A jacket or coat. Gloves and warm hat may be necessary.
Nighttime:
Same as daytime.
DecDaytime:
A coat, gloves and a warm hat.
Nighttime:
Same as daytime.

Monthly average temperature

Low : Average low temperature, High : Average high temperature

Famous tourist attractions in London

  • London Eye
  • Buckingham palace
  • Tower of London
  • Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament
  • St Paul's Cathedral
  • Westminster Abbey
  • The Royal Academy of Arts
  • British Museum
  • National Gallery
  • Natural History Museum

Choosing the best sites to visit in London is not easy, and (at times) you may feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of places you can visit. London is one of the UK's most beautiful cities and has some top tourist attractions worth your time. The unique city features the Big Ben Tower and the Houses of Parliament.

You can also visit the London Eye, Buckingham palace, the Changing of the Guard, etc. Visiting London is one of the best decisions you could ever make if you haven't been there before; however, the question remains: "What appropriate clothes should you wear to London during seasonal visits?”

Sum Up

In London, each season is stunning with the winter's first snowfall and fresh spring blooms. You should pack well and get ready to explore the beautiful city. England has a favorite saying to help you understand seasonal weather and dressing. There is no bad weather, only unsuitable clothing.

Each season in London portrays the city differently and uniquely. For instance, spring shows the city at its most colorful, long summer days at its brightest, autumn makes it irresistible, while winter makes it solemn and mysterious.

Appropriate clothes to wear when visiting London

In London, the weather is unpredictable. When you visit London, make sure to prepare for rainfall, you may want to include an umbrella in your bag.

Spring
It has been cold days until the middle of March, then it is getting warmer and warmer. In April and May, the temperature difference is significant between day and night, so you should adjust to match the temperature. Generally, a cardigan, sweater and jacket are needed in spring.

Summer
In summer, it is typically warm and occasionally hot, you can spend comfortably in London. A short-sleeved shirt is comfortable, but evening temperatures can be cool and may require a long-sleeved shirt or a light jacket.

Autumn
As autumn moves from September to October the temperatures decrease, and a light jacket or sweater will usually work. In November, as it becomes colder you will need winter clothes.

Winter
The days are getting shorter in winter, it is getting darker and darker past 3 pm in this season. It is cold enough to wear a coat with a scarf, gloves and a warm hat. Although winter is cold, snow is rare.


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