Hello my lovelies! Sadly my trip to Paris has come to an end and this will be my finally look inspired by Paris. I thought it would cool to do a little transition. If you remember my first Comfy Tourist OOTD you’ll probably realize how similar this look is.
Instead of the denim vest (which is perfect for any travel desintation) I paired this grey maxi dress with my older sister’s boyfriend blazer.
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We had a day off and my friends and I decided to go shopping at Prinetemps (a huge department store) we went all the way to the top floor and worked our way down. To our surprise there was a huge stained glass window around a pretty fancy restaurant.
My outfit is insipred by this window.
Blue was the main colour in the window, so I went with my long blue maxi dress.
I wanted more colours with my outfit, but it was cold out that day and I didn’t really have too many different coloured accessories.
I’m sure by the title you can probably guess that my outfit today is inspired by the fashion trends I’ve seen around town. One trend that I have really noticed is the denim on denim. I didn’t bring dark enough jeans to try this look out, so I went for more of a traditional Parisian look.
I honestly saw this look by LOTS of ladies out walking around. Cropped jeans, converse, red lip, white tee, black blazer, and hair done however. I think this is probably my favourite outfit so far because of how simple, but yet very Parisian too.
Today I travelled outside of Paris to see Claude Monet’s house and gardens. It’s beautiful, I especially love his Japanese inspired garden where the majority of his paintings are inspired. After the Japanese garden we went to more of a traditional garden with flowers. So many colourful flowers! It had just rained so the pedals still had the perfect picture drips on them.
My outfit is inspired by the colourful flowers of his traditional garden.
Sorry for the terrible lighting, I wasn’t really thinking about the bright white background behind me.
I didn’t bring a lot of colourful clothing with me, so I paried my bright pink top with light pants (to make the colours pop more) and a blue/green necklace.
I went the Palace of Versailles today. So pretty. I also went to see Marie’s apartment, and on the way to her place you walk through the gardens.
I couldn’t do another Marie Antoinette look again so I was looked for something else that could inspire me. It took me a awhile but I decided to use the obvious one: the garden. This outfit is very simple, but still very Parisian fashion.
I love the contrast between the olive green top and my blue jeans. It makes the outfit stand out a little more.
We all need a little prop every once in awhile. Mine: a Starbucks travel mug that says Paris.
I was so lucky to visit a fashion gallery at the Musee Galliera in Paris today. It was one floor with a bunch of photographs of models, magazine covers, and fashion shoots. It was so amazing.
My outfit was simple, and a little different from what I would typically wear. The base of my outfit is the top and the saying on it. Fashion inspires others.
I went with little to no accessories…just earrings actually. And I wore my sliver sandals that I literally have been wearing this whole trip.
This is a little shorter post, but I hope you still enjoyed it!
One of the first things I had to do when I got to Paris was to try macaroons. After a few days of looking around we found this cute bakery called Paul (which actually is pretty popular in Paris) and tried their macaroons. They were amazing! But we did want to try Laudree. Finally we got the time to buy them and hands down they are worth their price! They are so good.
Macaroons obviously come in all different flavours and colours, but I particularly enjoyed looking at the pastel colours. So today I was insipired by the rosey pink colours of the macaroons
I wore a pale pink tank top, and stuck with the gold accessories.
Adding a blazer always makes me feel a little more Parisian.
Completing the outfit with dark washed jeans, made my pastel top pop a little more.