What To Wear In Italy In The Spring

An article I recently wrote for Florence News And Events on how to dress in spring for tourists and new students in Italy.

An article I recently wrote for Florence News And Events on how to dress in spring for tourists and new students in Italy.

6 thoughts on “What To Wear In Italy In The Spring

  1. Oh no, this is terrible news! They’re going to print a similar article that I wrote on the “cambio di stagione” next month. However, your article actually contains a lot of useful information, while mine is merely a study in cluelessness. The only positive thing that I’ve got going is that they won’t appear side-by-side in the same issue. Meno male!

  2. Misty, I so appreciate your blunt advice! We are planning a trip to Italy next May, but will be starting the trip in Switzerland and staying a week or more on the Amalfi Coast. Any particular advice for Southern Italy & the drastic change in temperature of our itinerary?

    • That sounds like a fun trip! I still haven’t made it to Switzerland. Southern Italy will still be cool at night in May and often there will be rainy days. You’ll notice that the locals will still be in pants and long sleeves until June for the most part. No flip flips unless you’re at the beach. 😉 haha. I’m doing a post this weekend on summer in Italy though and I’ll include what to wear. 🙂

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