For the last year, I have been discovering spots in NYC that have either a French influence or are a brand you can find in Paris in my Paris Meets NYC Guide. There are many spots that I have put together that will make you feel like you stepped off the plane in Paris from places to eat, explore and shop. Introducing the newest brand on the block, Sézane. The new NYC boutique located in the heart of Nolita has the same look and feel of the Paris location. Now you don’t have to wait to order online, you can shop in-store and take it home with you.
Perfectly curated you won’t want to leave this stunning space. The French wardrobe is easily updated by the addition of great accessories. From handbags to shoes Sézane has you covered. The bags I have my eye on are this Farrow Bag and this Gaby Bag in Black. The Sam Bag has my name on it! (see below)
When it comes to shoes Sézane has it all, with boots of all sizes (ankle to knee) and trends. The Abby Boot is a timeless classic that is a perfect investment piece. As far as ankle boots go these flat boots are a great option especially for walking in NYC or Paris. Plus, black goes with everything.
Pink Jack Sneakers. Need I say more? These I could totally get behind not only do they look super comfortable but they are the best shade of blush pink.
I find a way to wear dresses year round. These can easily be transitioned from warmer days to cooler Autumn nights.
This dress comes in emerald, ecru and navy.
There are now Sézane stores in Paris, London, Aix and NYC. If you can’t make it to a Boutique, you can easily shop online.
Popular styles tend to sell out quickly! So I highly recommend downloading the Sézane App on your phone. This is the first app I allow for push notifications which reminds me when a new collection is about to launch so I don’t miss my favorites. You can also see a sneak peek of the next collection on their instagram account.
This post was a partnership with Sézane. All opinons are my own. This does include affiliate links which help contribute to my coffee and croissant research. Merci in advance!