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My guide to Paris

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Jeans Donna Ida, blazer Zara, bag Valentino, flats and brooch Chanel

I hope you’ve enjoyed my Parisian series so far and my outfit ideas for summer weddings and other joyous occasions. You can see again here look 1, 2 and 3.

Today’s last look is casual and perfect for strolling the street of the French capital. It was my 6th time in Paris and I am definitely not and expert and there is so much more I want to explore myself, but here is a little list of things I really enjoyed and recommend.

Paris is so much more than Louvre and the Eiffel Tower (I both enjoy very much). And the more I get to know the city the more I enjoy just strolling around or sitting in a cute café sipping espresso and people watching.

Talking of coffee, you may want to add Laudree and the Ritz on your list for a cappuccino and a cake. Neither of them are the cheapest places, but when on holiday you should treat yourself and I really enjoy both.

After you fuelled up you may want to see some art and I recommend both  the Musee D’Orsay (where you can take this picture and enjoy the views) and Orangerie especially if you like the Impressionists.

Walking around the Montmartre is a must a there’s a little train that stops just outside Sacre Coeur and for 6 euros will take you around the area and Moulin Rouge and it’s really lovely. Sacre Coeur is of course a must visit too. Both inside the stunning basilica and walking like gazillion steps up the dome. The views are incredible.

This is just a few highlights but I could go on.. I don’t want to overwhelm you. I’m planning another trip this year anyway so then I’ll share some more with yo then. But if you have any questions in the meantime, don’t hesitate to ask.

Have you been to Paris before? What are your must dos?

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Have a stylish day.

Adela

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