Flowy Florals in Provence

Provence is SO DREAMY YOU GUYS. Between gorgeous rolling hills and Roman ruins everywhere, the slow pace of life, and quaint villages, it's seriously just like something you'd see in a movie. It straight up looks more like a storybook than an actual storybook. (Be sure to check out my Guide to 48 Hours in Provence here.)

We had only two full days to soak in as much as we could of Provence (two weeks would probably be a good amount of time there), but we got an amazing taste for the area that we'd love to return to someday.

If you follow me on Instagram, you probably already got a peek at this gorgeous dress. It fit so perfectly into the Provencal landscape and architecture, and at one point my husband remarked that the color matched Roman ruins so well that it looked like I was a statue that was part of the building.

I wore this dress as we left Arles, where we stayed the night before, wore it in Nimes, where we got stuck in a torrential downpour (umbrellas can only do so much with strong sideways rain), donned it as we checked out the Pont du Gard, and ended with day exploring Avignon and attending a local wine festival. It was a cooler day so the long sleeves were perfect!

After the rain passed, and the sun came out, I paired the dress with a large sunhat, which honestly just elevates any outfit to level 11 in my opinion.

Be sure to stay tuned for my 48 Hours in Provence Guide, where I'll go more into detail on all the lovely landmarks and backgrounds featured here!! I can't wait to share more with you from this lovely region!


Outfit Details:
White Flatforms (similar)
Sunhat (similar)
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