Travelling from one climate to another climate?

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jonathanemptage
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When you go on holiday obviously you’ll often be travelling to a warmer or colder climate (like if you go skiing.) I was just wondering do you dress for the climate your going to or the climate your flying from or something totally different.

I tend to wear these trousers in England when I fly out in the summer which I can zip the legs off and then change them in to shorts (I did that in London once too it was a very hot day). What do you do?

TLDR: Do you dress for the climate your travelling to or the climate your travelling from or what?
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i live in a hot country and whenever i fly to the UK i'm always dressed for the climate i'm travelling from. i have a hoodie in my bag for when i arrive, that's about it. but when i do fly back (from the UK) i wear something in between & that can be taken off
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