it’s short and sweet today as we’re headed out the door early. but i’m sharing a few photos of the neighborhood, a few scenes from Musee D’Orsay and the Seine river. plus a few window shopping photos.
black and white is all right, especially in Paris. white denim and black blazer are both from J.Crew. gingham camp shirt is from Ann Taylor. floral print tote and sunnies are Marc Jacobs. and last but not least the sneakers are I.N.C.
denim | shirt | blazer | sneakers | tote | sunnies
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Love your blog and when you call your husband Mr. Style. Coming from an animal lover, Fridays with Oscar is one of my faves! Baby Kitty is so cute too! You always look amazing. I’ve never been to Paris but it’s on my bucket list…some day :-). Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for these posts from Europe! I love your ootd’s but I am also enjoying the photos!!
Was thinking as I started reading that I would miss Oscar today, but Mr. Style was able to get a dog picture as well as other interesting pics! I probably will never make it to Paris, but I enjoy all travel pictures! Thanks for sharing!
Mais oui! You look fab in the black & white scheme. May gal pal just came back from Paris this week. I am sending her your post.
Looks lovely–black and white is a classic choice for Paris! I’m remembering lots seeing these photos. Glad to see the weather is good for you, too.
A good friend of mine is an artist and he lives and works in Paris, but for Mad Magazine–he bikes every single day to Le Select cafe and sketches all the patrons–his sketches are fabulous. Mr. Style’s stacked cafe chairs photo made me think of him. Another artist friend of mine has a tiny apt on Isle de la Cite ,and she can see Notre Dame from her window. Sigh…
And I took a bateau mouche down the Seine when I was 16, and sat on the top level–a foreign man knew I was american and asked me if I’d “sing that song that I love–Yankee Doodle!” hahaaaaa. (Do I even know all the words to YD?! too funny.)
Your blog will entice folks to head to gay Paree. Cheers!
Loved the outfit and really appreciated the beautiful photos
I wish I knew you were going to Paris. Just got back May 2. We went to celebrate my hubby’s big 5-0. We left US on April 20. I’m still walking around my house pretending I’m French. LOL! I really struggled putting together a capsule wardrobe. We spent time in Paris, Normandy, Versailles, and then traveled to Nice for his actual birthday! It was a trip I will treasure. Enjoy your trip, and eat a croissant (or 2) for me!
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