What I Wore In Provence
The weather in Provence was much warmer than in Paris, so I needed a much different packing list. My outfits were a combination of dresses, lots of linen, silk, and sandals. Overall, I was very pleased with the pieces I packed and wore for Provence.
Overall, I stuck to my Provence packing list, and was able to mix and match all the pieces. I was definitely a bit more casual in Provence than in Paris but still went with classic pieces to wear throughout the week.
I ended up only wearing two sandals the entire time with the exception of one outing. I wore these Sézane sandals (normal size) and these VINCE sandals (normal size) the whole week and they were both extremely comfortable.
I carried two market totes, this one from Ba&sh Paris which held up extremely well, and another one I bought in Paris in April (it was a bit more fragile and I didn’t carry as much).
Here are the 8 outfits I wore in Provence
Provence – Day 1 Look – What I Wore
Ba&sh Paris makes some of the loveliest dresses and I packed several for this trip in particular. They are lightweight, breezy, and comfortable to walk around in all day. I am wearing a size 2 here (medium).
Provence – Day 2 Look
Ba&sh Paris Eyelet Dress- Sézane Sandals
Another light and breezy dress is this eyelet one from Ba&sh Paris which I am wearing in a medium, it runs a little small. I love the eyelet detail along with the little puff sleeve and cinched waist.
Again, I am wearing these Sézane sandals in my normal size. They honestly go with every outfit I packed. I was a little worried about them not being comfortable enough but I was pleasantly surprised and wore them so much.
Provence – Day 3 Look
With the weather being so warm, I packed several linen pieces which were life savers. Linen to me is the easiest and coolest piece to wear during the warmer months.
Provence – Day 4 Look – What I Wore
We headed into Saint- Rémy today for the market day so I wore navy linen shorts from Boden (True to Size), my favorite eyelet top from Sézane, Sézane sandals, and carried this Ba&sh Panier because I knew I would need a bag sturdy enough to carry things I purchased.
Provence – Day 5 Look
We went wine tasting on this day and I knew exactly what I wanted to wear for this. I paired these beautiful Cuyana silk pants (size small) with this Staud white top (size small) to stay cool and breezy.
I wrapped an old silk scarf around the French market tote I bought in Paris and finished with the Sézane sandals.
Provence – Day 6 Look
Another one of my favorite dresses from Ba&sh Paris which I bought in Paris back in April. I’ve already worn this dress so much this Spring and Summer (wearing a small).
Finished it with a hat I bought at the market the day before, the French market tote, and Sézane Olympe sandals. I love these sandals but honestly only wore them once, so they weren’t really necessary to bring along.
Provence – Day 7 Look
This GAP dress (wearing a small) has been on my Summer list for a while and I actually only bought it a few days before the trip because it went on sale. It reminds me of a much more expensive dress I wanted last Summer but never bought due to the price.
The dress was perfect for a warm day of walking through another charming village and these Sézane sandals were very comfortable for walking along cobbled streets.
Provence – Day 8 Look – What I Wore
For a day in Marseille, I choose to go with a very French look. This Sézane polka dot skirt (True to Size), Sézane bodysuit ( wearing a medium but could have gone with a small), Sézane sandals, and Ba&sh Paris Panier.
Overall, I was extremely happy with my outfits and what I wore in Provence. You can see other outfits from the trip here, What I Wore In Paris Day 1-3.
You might also like to see packing lists for the trip as well to help with a bit of inspiration hopefully.
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