Happy Sunday from Paris! This week has been jam packed but I promise it wasn’t all work. I got to catch up with friends and I took time out for myself in my favorite city which was much needed. I can’t wait to share what I have been up to once I am home and caught up on sleep. If you are in the US, you are on daylight savings time. France has three more weeks until they switch the clocks back so for now we are 6 hours apart instead of 7. How did you spend your extra hour?
What to do in Paris if you are visiting in March
Croissants, A Guide to French Pastry
This dress has been a hit in Paris. I snatched it up for a great price and wore it with my knee high blondo boots and tights. I scored three glasses of Sancere for 6 euros.
Explore The Loire Valley in the Footsteps of Leonardo Da Vinci
11 French Essential Pharmacy Products You Can Buy in the US
Diptyque just released two new candle scents and I love them both. I stopped by the shop in Paris to smell them. They encourage you to burn them together.
A look inside a Parisian loft in Montmartre
I finally broke in my new shoes in Paris and they worked great! These are super trendy and mine have been tested with my usual 5 mile walk. I highly recommend wearing little socks to go with them.
An update on the yellow vest protests if you are in Paris or heading this way in the next few days.
Crystal fountains in Paris on the Champs-Élysées
Wit and Whimsy included me in her lovely Paris roundup edition. She has some great Francophile content.
Welcome to the era of exhaustion where tiredness is our currency
How to Write a Condolence Note Cup of Jo did a great job with this one.
This street in Paris is trying to keep visitors out during certain hours. Influencers are taking over this pastel colored street.
I tried this dress on at Sézane for a possible option for a photo shoot. Wrap dresses are going to be the trend of Spring/Summer
The Grand Magasins of Paris are Branching Out. Times are changing for these big stores. See how they are trying to adjust.
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