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What to Wear in Europe

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Now that spring is in the air, there have been quite a few recent posts about clothes, and in particular the old "chestnut" of whether jeans are acceptable in Europe.

I can argue on either side of the question. My question here and now is, for the forseeable future:

1) Shall I take the side of no jeans????? (They look bad, are dirty, not for certain body types, not seen on Parisians, etc.)

Or

Shall I take the side pro-jeans side? (They are comfortable, I will wear what I please, millions of Euros are wearing them, etc?)

I can go either way and my future postings on this site will follow how you now guide me.

Thank you in advance for your input :-)

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