As the UK is very much a western society - we wear very much the same as any other modern western society - ranging from Jeans and Tee shirts (whether with designer labels or not) to full business suits for office work (if required). Special clothers for the climate include heavy overcoats or anoraks for cold wintry weather to raincoats and umbrellas, for weather rain. Materials used cover every type and colour of fabric available, especially consider that Britain is a multi cultural society and in certain cities (Bradford for an example) you will find many stores with very colourful silk available for making in Sari's and other ethnic clothes.
Footware can be from the likes of Nike and Addidas Trainers (sneakers) to Leather Brogues (Wingtips) and for ladies - also the trainers to highly fashionable boots and shoes with heels or without.
When they are relaxing at home or out playing with their friends, children in England wear comfortable clothes like t-shirts, jeans and sportwear. The right clothes are very important to teenagers, and many love to shop for the latest fashions.
In shops like TopShop, Oasis, Kookai, Warehouse, and Miss Sixty.
Most children wear a school uniform when they are at school. In some schools children must wear jackets and ties. In other schools the uniform is more casual.
Famous British fashion designers include Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, Paul Smith, and Stella McCartney, daughter of former Beatle Paul McCartney.