|After a long flight (12+ hours in the air total) an early evening stroll through Paris was just the thing.|
|Blustery Sunday morning in Jardin de Tuileries|
In Provence, it was a bit drier and a few degrees warmer, so was able to shed the jacket periodically.
|At the seaside in Cassis|
|Market day in Aix-en-Provence|
- The Naot mid-calf boots were a good choice; coordinated with all of my pants whether worn inside or out and they never gave my feet cause for complaint.
- I always had something to wear that was appropriate for the weather and venue, even if that meant wearing some pieces almost daily.
- I appreciated having a small and relatively lightweight suitcase while in transit (especially navigating up and down a narrow flight of curving stairs on the TGV train) and realized one more advantage to packing light when we arrived back home: less to unpack!
- the polka dot dress. I wore the other one (above) on our second day in Provence, but the weather didn't cooperate past that point. Too chilly/windy/damp even with leggings.
- most of the jewelry.
Wish I'd brought: another 1 or 2 mid-weight scarves with some color.
In retrospect, I do think this was my most workable and best travel capsule wardrobe yet.