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What to wear visiting England and France during winter?

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We have plans to visit London and Paris during Christmas break. As someone that lived in southern california all my life I am not sure how thick does the jackets have to be for actual winter.

The thickest jacket I own is probably this jacket: https://www.thenorthface.com/shop/mens-anden-triclimate-jacket-clb6-c1. I assume this isn't thick enough for the actual winters temperatures right?

As for pants, I always just wore jeans in the winter here in california, will that be enough or what should I buy?

As for shoes, I always wore sneakers (runners, nike/adidas) I am assuming these mesh shoes will not cut it for rainy days. Will leather sneakers be thick enough? I am trying to find shoes that I can reuse after the trip so I want to avoid buying thick boots if possible :)

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