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Shlould my husband take a blazer or sport coat to Paris?

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On our first summer trip to Italy my husband schlepped a navy blazer along and never took it out of his suitcase. It was just too hot and we don't eat at starred establishments. So now we are off to Paris in a month and I am wondering if he will need one there. We plan to eat at Au Bon Accueil and Cafe Constant and places like that will be as fancy as we get. I plan on bringing a casual summer dress or skirt and blouse but should I advise my husband and his brother-in-law to include jackets or are nice pants and long-sleeved shirts ok? I know Paris is dressier than Rome. Thanks! (Don't bother with any smarty pants remarks, just askin a question.)

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