The last place Thomas and I stayed in Provence was at Domaine De La Baume in Tourtour. Fun certainty, it used to be the home of Bernard Buffet, a French painter and Picasso’s “opponent”. The property itself is lovely, yet we invested the greater part of our time going by the close-by towns and villages. Each morning at breakfast, the hotel would tell us which town was having an open business and on this specific day, that was Aups.
So Thomas and I rolled over to the small little village of Aups. Originating from such a private and calm hotel, it was a pleasant shock to discover the business sector clamoring with local people and voyagers. We advanced around, picking through the fresh fruits grown buying lavender goodies for loved ones back home.
In the wake of advancing through the greater part of the market, we weaved all through the narrow streets, taking in the old beauty and charm.
I wore this off the shoulder dress from LOFT combined with a vintage belt and my crossbody bag. It’s no more accessible, yet there are a couple of comparable styles I discovered web including this PROVENCE MARKET, this one and this one. It appeared like off the shoulder tops and dresses returned full drive this late spring and I’m just for the style!
While assembling this post, I can even now feel the warmth and smell the delicate aroma of lavender that lingers all over the place. It made me miss traveling around France so much, yet I trust some of these pictures motivate you to visit some place you’ve never been. It was such a treat to encounter Provence interestingly.
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