The Best Looks From London Tube’s No Trousers Day



It might have been cold outside but London Tube stripped down for No Trousers Day.

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The pantsless business started in New York City back in 2002 by Improv Everywhere, campaigning for silliness in public places which then spread to other countries. In London, the occasion called for “normal wear” above the waist but lots of nothing from the waist down.


The worldwide movement promotes giggles and laughs while asking commuters in New York, Prague, Berlin and London to board different train carriages and act like normal just without their bottom halves.

This was Sundaze to a whole new level! #Londontown.


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