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We're just packing for a month-long trip to France. What is appropriate attire for men at a nice-ish restaurant? As far as my husband's concerned, a sports jacket is out of the question. He will bring a thin black rain jacket. On other trips he's brought, for nicer outings, a white linen short-sleeved shirt and a black lightweight v-necked sweater. But now he just want to bring a long-sleeved check cotton shirt. We'll be in Paris, the Dordogne, Brittany and Normandy. Also Bruges. We will eat at a few nice-ish restaurants. Thinking of a splurge at L'Esplanade in Domme, for example.

And will a thin cotton shirt and thin rain jacket be warm enough?

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