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Please critique my packing list

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Trying to pack fairly light for a 35-day trip to Germany, Austria, Switzerland in June/July. I plan to pack 2 pair of nylon travel slacks, a 2-piece black knit pants outfit, 4 or 5 knit tops, 3 scarves, one pair shoes, cardigan sweater, 1 gown, slippers, 3 undies. I plan to wash and drip dry overnight (or 2 nights) while traveling. I may add my light weight silk long johns in case of cold weather. On the plane I'll wear jeans, shirt, scarf and, of course, shoes, and I'll carry my waterproof jacket. I can't imagine going with any less than this. What do you think?

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