Paris was such an amazing experience, I mean what’s not to love about the city of love, inspiration, art and fashion. The night scene, Eiffel Tower and the warm atmosphere will make you feel directly at home. Oh let’s not forget the interesting architectures and museums, that’s right, a city like Paris is one that everyone should visit and I knew I had to be ready for it.
During my short stay in Paris I went for a casual more comfortable look but still keeping it stylish.
Day 1 – Voyage vers le haut
The touring of the Eiffel Tower. I knew the Eiffel Tower was like the number one iconic and fashion spot, so I had to represent ha. I went for a more Parisian chic look, I am talking bright vibrant colours, yes, I had the stereotypical Breton stripe top and neck scarf but I wasn’t going to add beret. That would have been too much don’t you think?
Day 2 – Histoire d’apprentissage
A visit to Louvre museum. What do you wear on a beautiful but hot sunny day in paris? I was sticking with what I knew. A casual and stylish attire that suited the occasion. I knew there would be a lot of stairs to climb so I wasn’t taking any chances.
Day 3 – Disney fever
Just like a kid I couldn’t wait to explore Disney. Getting to see all the Disney characters we grew up with, you know I had to be prepared for it. It has been said “going to Disneyland can be one of the most memorable and special days of your life” The Main street however is no fashion runway, but you know everyone wants to look and feel their best. After countless research on ‘how to dress for Disney’ I had decided to go for a more comfortable look.
Shop all look using below link:
Tulle Skirt – Mango Spring Collection
Ruffled sleeve t-shirt – http://shop.mango.com
Bon voyage map print neckerchief scarf – http://uk.accessorize.com
Portia embellished envelope clutch bag – http://uk.accessorize.com
Oversized floral print blouse – https://www.zara.com
Floral embroidered denim skirt – https://www.zara.com
High-waisted shorts – http://www2.hm.com