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Clothing Issues

Quito has spring-like weather year-round and most of the time you will be comfortable in long pants and a t-shirt with a medium-weight sweater and a scarf at night.  During the wet season it usually rains for an hour or two in the afternoon, so a nice raincoat is handy as are comfortable walking shoes for navigating the cobblestones and narrow sidewalks.   Quito, in general, is one of the more casual cities in South America dress wise. It’s common for women to wear jeans, ballet flats and a t-shirt for the day and tight jeans and heels with a pretty blouse for a night on the town, although the dance clubs can be very dressy.  Men can wear polo shirts and jeans by day and a button-up with slacks for night.  In the malls like Quicentro and El Jardin you can find an impressive selection of trendy clothes whereas in Old Town you can find cheaper options at the clothing market Centro Comercial Parqueadero La Merced on Chile and Imbabura. 

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Quito: Buying Beauty Products , When To Go To Quito and Things That Are More And Less Expensive In Quito.








31 May 2010




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