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Grad school in Holland for a year

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I need some packing advice before I leave for The Hague this year for grad school. I would like to fit in and not look like an American so I can completely immerse myself in the dutch culture.

1.) what kind of purses do dutch women carry?

2.) what kind of bag do students take to classes?

3.)what type of clothes and shoes should I bring?

4.) can I buy similar styles for cheap there? (I'm on a student budget)

Since I will be packing for a year, I am a little overwhelmed as to what I should pack. I have a heavy coat with a thick fur hood that I purchased in belarus... Will I need something like this in the Netherlands? I don't want to take up room in my bag if it's not something I will get much use out of. ANY help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in Advance!

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