What to Pack for Florence, Italy Packing List

Florence Packing List

A white background with an image of Italian houses at the top and below are rows of 23 items that I am including in a Florence, Italy packing list.

Band T-shirt | Polka Dot Blouse | Black Shirt | Wrap Shirt | Navy Blue Shirt | Sweater | Blazer | Swimsuit | Denim | Wide Leg Black Pants | Cropped Pants | Skirt | Rust Dress | Black Dress | Blue Scarf | Black Scarf | Hat | Sunglasses | Animal Print Slides | Sneakers | Sandals | Circle Purse | Crossbody

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How awful was is to sit and watch the Notre-Dame Cathedral burn the other day?

Watching history burn down in real-time was horrifying.

I know that they will rebuild, but I am gutted that I never got to experience it as it was. 

Have you ever watched the movie Under the Tuscan Sun?

I love that movie. Watching her rise from the ashes to grow, learn, and begin living a life that is so profoundly better than her previous life.

It makes for some feel-good tv 😉

While I am completely a city girl, there is something about the thought of renovating an old villa in a beautiful countryside that is appealing. 

The post this week is what to wear in Florence, and it is inspired by a combination of people and things.

First I have a handful of Tuscany area-ish places that people have requested. All mostly ranging from mid-May to mid-June.

Secondly,  we have studied renaissance art over the past month and Florence is a huge part of it.

We tend to go off on rabbit trails and ended up doing some virtual tours of the museums and the city this week.  

The crowds start to thicken in May as you enter the summer months and peak season.

Expect the prices to increase during this time as well. Plan well because there are many activities that you may need to buy tickets for in advance during this time of year.

Spontaneity is great, but it can also lead to disappointment if it is a popular attraction. 

As with many Italian cities, Florence is no exception when it comes to fashionable residents.

Keep that in mind when packing your capsule wardrobe. Chic, yet casual and comfortable can go hand in hand with the right planning. 

Yay for long weekends. One more day to go.

This packing list is for 10 days in Florence, Italy in spring. All of the visuals in this post are meant as a guideline to aid you in creating your own Italy Packing List based on your own clothing, colour preferences, and personal style.

What to Wear in Florence, Italy

A white background with 18 outfits that are built from the Florence, Italy packing list.

Band T-shirt | Polka Dot Blouse | Black Shirt | Wrap Shirt | Navy Blue Shirt | Sweater | Blazer | Swimsuit | Denim | Wide Leg Black Pants | Cropped Pants | Skirt | Rust Dress | Black Dress | Blue Scarf | Black Scarf | Hat | Sunglasses | Animal Print Slides | Sneakers | Sandals | Circle Purse | Crossbody

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Sara

Sara is the founder and creative behind livelovesara. She is always on the hunt for the perfect band tee, is a Levi's jeans lover, and puts together wardrobes in her spare time. She is also trying to learn french....albeit unsuccessfully.

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