How to Dress Like an Italian: Fall and Winter Edition

Oct 25, 2013 1234

Fashion in Italy is serious business—so it's no surprise that lots of travelers often ask us how to dress like an Italian while they're here! While you certainly don't have to dress like a local when you're visiting, and while you should definitely wear what you're comfortable in, immersing yourself in the culture can be part of the fun. And that means dressing (and shopping!) like the locals do.

In the fall and winter, the Italian dress code entails bundling up with lots of layers. In fact, one thing foreigners often comment on is how Italians often start wearing heavier clothing around October, regardless of whether the weather's actually still quite warm and mild... simply because it's time for the cambio di stagione (change of seasons)!

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