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What to Wear in France

What to Wear in France

…couple of times, I recommend wearing some cute scarves (around your waist, in your hair, or around your neck) and stylish, yet comfortable clothing. I recommend wearing palazzo pants or…

What to Wear in Italy

What to Wear in Italy

…the afternoon and evening hours in Tuscany. Christine, Raleigh, USA When traveling in Italy, don’t ever wear short skirts. Even if you see Italian models wearing them, it is not…

What to Wear in Paris

What to Wear in Paris

wearing this winter. Dark wool coats and jackets in many different lengths accessorized with ruffled scarves, wool cloches and berets are the choice of many women. Many young women wearing…

What To Wear in India

What To Wear in India

…USA Wear black because no matter how posh your accommodation, you will get covered in dust. Wearing black requires fewer trips to the laundromat. I’d recommend a long skirt …ankle…

What to Wear in China

What to Wear in China

…women older than teenagers in jeans.). The Chinese wear velvet, sequins and other things Americans normally only wear for New Years parties on a daily basis. I found out the…

What to Wear in England

What to Wear in England

…USA In London, wearing black is always appropriate — for dress or casual wear. I’ve also discovered that you can wear trimly tailored black pants with just about any top…

What to Wear in Japan

What to Wear in Japan

…The Japanese women do not wear t-shirts as we do in the US. Most wore a nice top, not low cut but many were sleeveless. Most Japanese women wear heels…

What to Wear in Mexico

What to Wear in Mexico

…them, both physically and socially. I agree with others’ advice to avoid swimwear and short shorts away from the beach (who wears swimwear away from the beach anyway?) but even…

What to Wear in Iran

What to Wear in Iran

…submit two photographs showing them wearing a headscarf. And they must be wearing it when the plane touches down in Tehran. Martin Regg Cohn, chief of the Toronto Star’s Middle…