Pack for London in the Fall

London Packing List, 20 items, 10+ outfits, 1 carryon #travellight #minimalism #capsulecloset

1. J.Crew Parker Crossbody Bag / 2. Victoria Beckham Liberty Leather Tote (similar)/ 3. Burberry Checked Scarf / 4. Lanvin Two-Tone Fedora (similar) / 5. Valentino Rockstud Sunglasses/ 6. J.Crew Popover in Oxford Blue / 7. Madewell Chambray Ex-Boyfriend Shirt/ 8. J.Crew Structured Flutter Hem Tee / 9. J.Crew Oversize Striped Turtleneck/ 10. Madewell Silk Cinema Shirt/ 11. Day Birger Et Mikkelsen Midi Shirt Dress / 12. J.Crew Collection Leather Motorcycle Pencil Skirt / 13. Frame Denim Le Skinny White Denim/ 14. J.Crew Slim Broken-In Boyfriend Jean/ 15. J.Crew Pixie Pant with Leather Tux Stripe / 16. Madewell City Grid Coat in Tweed / 17. êTotême Verona Cashmere Sweater / 18. Burberry Brit Cashmere Sweater / 19. J.Crew Sloan Studded Suede D’Orsay Flats / 20. Alexander Wang Elle Oxfords

London has always been a city that intrigues me, especially after drooling over yesterday’s post. The weather is cooler, and nights might require that you throw on a warm coat. When I think of what to pack for London, I think about the muted tones and sophistication of British style. I think my favorite items from this list are the striped turtleneck and shirtdress, they’re so effortlessly chic.

Want to learn a little bit more about packing for London? Here are some great tips from Condé Nast Traveler for How To Not Look Like A Tourist, and How to Dress Like A British Girl from Who What Wear.

As always, you can shop this list using the links above or images below:

Which item is your favorite? What would you pack for a trip to London?

9 thoughts on “Pack for London in the Fall

  1. Adore these picks! I love London and would love to go back and visit in the fall. I went in the summer and it was a scorcher!:) xo
    McKenna
    stylewaltz.com

  2. Hi! As a born-and-bred Londoner I’m always fascinated to see how our fashion is perceived by others. I was really glad to see that you’ve got some absolute key items on your list; Chelsea boots, skinny jeans & cashmere is pretty much what Londoners live in for Autumn, Winter & Spring (because, let’s face it, we’re not known for our sunny weather).

    I did follow one of the links you’ve included though, and just in case anyone else reads it, no one in London EVER says “how do you do?” – not even the royals; that’s so 19th century. Instead go with the much more laid back (and normal) “how are you?” It’s much more appropriate to 21st century 😉

    Great post x

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