What to Wear on a Night Out in London

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London has a great range of fancy night spots. There are certainly a lot to choose from, whether you want a wild party atmosphere or something more laid back. From top clubs to more intimate venues, you will definitely find them all in London. But of course you have to wear the right clothes when you hit the town. You would not want to look dowdy and boring and be the talk of the whole club for all the wrong reasons. Plus, there is no telling when you may meet a hot guy so it is better to always look your best.

If you are the type who wants everything to be perfect, you’d better do your research first on the dress code of the venue that you want to visit. If you are going to cocktail bars London style or a high end club, then you have to be dressed to the nines. There are plenty of stunning party dresses such as sexy strappy color block pieces, ultra glamorous black or gold sequined dresses, sparkly embellished hem dresses etc. You can also wear leggings or tights under a nice, little black dress. Always wear high heels with those chic outfits.

There are also night spots where you are allowed to dress more casually. You can get in with wearing smart jeans, shirts and even rubber shoes. There are places though where you are not allowed to wear hooded jackets, caps, and sportswear. You won’t be able to enter a night club or bar if you refuse to follow their dress code so knowing beforehand is important. Since the weather in London is so unpredictable (it can rain several days in a row or not at all for weeks and be super cold), it is advisable to bring a jacket that will go well with your attire.

My name is Angela Ricardo Bethea and I am the founder and editor behind ( and many other online publications ) ... I love the finer things in life, I'm quite a shop-a-holic and a certified jet-setter. So if I am not behind my laptop to blog, I'd probably be shopping if not traveling.

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