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Young Female Backpacking in Europe-What 2 wear while remaining fashionable?

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Hi! I am leaving for 2 months in Europe Mid June and returning Mid August. I'm worried about the heat and remaining fashionable AND comfortable. Is this possible? I will be in London, France (southern and northern), italy, and Greece.

What shoes should I bring, I'm in my mid 20's and have never been to Europe. I'm worried about finding a good pair of shoes to 'go out in' at night whether it be a club in greece or a bar in London. Are there any suggestions for any good transitional shoes? I've looked into the Cole Haan/Nike shoes, which are pretty cute. However, is it possible to remain fashionable but still have comfort without looking touristy in Europe?!

Any kind of comments/help I would GREATLY appreciate it. I'm pretty stressed out about this being my first time and all to Europe.

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