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Am I wearing walking shorts in Provence-July?

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I have been to Paris several times and always dressed nicely. My impression of Provence is more of a European vacation destination? Thus, are others wearing shorts? I am a carry-on traveler and want my wardrobe to reflect the area I am touring. We will be in the Luberon region for 6+ days the first half of July. I don't want to be sweltering in pants if everyone around me is carefree in shorts. Keep in mind , I am referring to mid length shorts with blouses/tops NO vests or fannypack. ( although you might be interested to know "fanny packs" are all the rage with hip college aged people in San Diego!!) I have traveled major European cities in summers past, but didn't wear shorts because we were in metropolitan areas. I know this is an annoying post. Forgive me.

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