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What To Wear To Notting Hill Carnival

Carnival, is that you? At last, the year-long wait is over. It’s time to dust off the carnival gear and get your groove on as thousands dance into the streets to celebrate London’s world-famous Notting Hill carnival.

Do you dress to stick to the carnival theme, do you dress to dance, or are you one of those all-weather-appropriate kinds of guys? Whatever outfit you’re looking for, let us give you a helping hand with our Notting Hill carnival edit.


Get dancing

Nobody has time to dance in clothes that have no movement in them. Our safest bet? Opt for a colourful co-ord for optimum comfort with a twist of carnival colour.



Feeling more ‘festival’?

Get into the carnival mood with some brighter, stand-out pieces. When it comes to this dress code, anything goes.



In-between weather looks

If you’re the type of guy who dresses for the weather, we salute you. In London, you can never be too sure if it’s going to rain or shine, so opt for pieces that you can layer.



In case of rain

If it looks like it’s going to rain during carnival, make sure you have a windbreaker to hand. They’re lightweight, making them easy to whip out for the downpour and tuck away if it dries up.



On foot

When it comes to carnival, one thing’s for sure; you’re going to be on your feet all day, so it’s well worth wearing a comfy pair of trainers. We’ve got a whole load of suitably stylish pairs that will see you through not just carnival season but every other season to follow.




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Hey you! Fancy a bit of new?

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