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Wearing:// Dress: Urban Outfitters, Hat: Nordstrom BP, Shoes: Topshop, Bralette: Aritzia, Bracelets: Alex + Ani, Stone Ring: Chelsea Market

    Like with just about everything, I overly procrastinated in my prep for this trip. Hours before the trip, my many devices were still charging and not an item could be found in my tornado room. I figure, what's the point in packing ahead when you can do so the night/morning before? (without power, I might add) In addition to throwing all of my "things" into a suitcase right before leaving, I also made some last minute online purchases before coming back to France, including this dress, hat, and shoe combo- and boy, am I glad I did. I've always enjoyed midi-dresses from afar, but never thought my 5'5" frame could pull off this length. Despite this minor hesitancy, I still went for this Urban Outfitters dress, and then got these tie up espadrilles + hat to pair with the summer meadow frolicking vibe. Since then, these shoes have gotten quite a bit of wear out of them, and my rather floppy hat has been keeping me my Caspar self. I also normally don't try all that much when it comes to my thick + uncooperative hair, but I did some light curls for this Free People esque look, and I'm diggin' it! The magic of a curling iron, amiright? 

We've only been here for a few days, but my mom and I both agree that it feels like it has been a month. Our routine of passing by the pottery store, drooling over the Provençal delicacies, getting loads of coffee at the hotel, and venturing out to the hospital where Van Gogh stayed (with beautiful lavender fields) seems innate. Even though I spent 9 months in France, I haven't traveled much around the south of France, so getting to explore the Provence area has been a treat. Keep up with my travels/photography on Instagram @lostbutntfound xoxo Isabelle 
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