Weekend Comfort: What to pack to Provence

We are planning our 2 weeks long vacation to the South of France and since we are a bit adventurous, but in a low risk way, no bungee-jumping for us.  We are more of leisurely adventurous ones, we spend 2-3 nights in a village then we pack up and move on to another town for a couple of days and then to another one for the last 5-6 days.  We just love Provence so much we really want to get the feeling of all these little charming towns and take it all in while there.  The first few days will be in Gassin to enjoy the charming beautiful town and also to be just close enough to St. Tropez.  Our second stay will be at Uzes for 3 nights where we will be able to drive to Arles and Saint Remy and all those beautiful
towns where it doesn’t matter how often we go it’s always amazing.  Our last stay will be in Gordes where all we are planning to do is well the same things we will have been doing for the previous week, wondering around, visiting Flea Markets and stopping on
our ways for new discoveries.  I really can’t wait. This will be our third year in a row spending two weeks of summer in Provence but there is so much we don’t know, so much we would love to show our son and share together that if you guys have any recommendations for us please share.  Do you know of a new restaurant, hot spot or exciting little town?  Please let me know.  I’m a sucker for comfortable clothes especially comfortable pants and
dresses, pieces you can intermingle and make traveling easier.  Now, we all know that the South of France can get pretty warm so there will be lots of off-shoulder, ruffles and of course stripes.  A Boater hat is a must to any summer destination, A black asymmetric cold shoulder top for $44 is  perfect for evenings,  This polka-dot-cold-shouldet top with 25% off is super adorable, A Cashmere scarf for the evenings, this dress is a bit pricey at $593 but love how comfortable it looks, aren’t these espadrilles the cutest and if you are going to Provence you need to take a pair of espadrilles for $119, the classic white pants not bad for $381, in this case not jeans something with softer fabric, a big woven straw tote to hold the daily purchases, the jeans skirt is classic with a twist and for $30.99 is practically free.



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