Conclusion, dressing up for your day out is actually like a counterattack to prevent disaster. Always, and I mean always, act proactive when it comes to fashion and a city trip. Let's start with the basics, les shoes. Praise the lord that sneakers are hip and trendy. Wearing sneakers nowadays doesn't mean that you put comfort above fashion. Nope you are just damn hot. Okay and here is another cliche: denim. Why do we want to wear denim to get in our comfort zone? A mystery to me because it's a cruel hunt to find the perfect fitting jeans. Look above and behold my perfect fitting jeans, it's a Marc!
Then we go up. Layers would be the answer to the cold and wet and dark climate of London. Aha, a tee with a message. The effect: people will notice that (a) you are a woman with a sense of humor (apparently that is pretty unique) and (b) you look like a funny cartoon which makes you utterly desirable. Tip of the day, wear cotton! But you will need a jacket. Now this is the moment where fashion comes in. For example, a colorful bomber jacket with a distinctive texture. Advantage (a), it makes your bootie shine. Advantage (b) you will be able to stop traffic because people will think you are the actual traffic light.
Top everything off with a scarf to give yourself even more attitude. And last but not least, the bag. Choose a comfortable 'not too big or too small but just right for the city' bag. Make sure that the volume of your bag is adaptable. After all, this baby is your survival kit in case disaster occurs.
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