Links I Love Week 42

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Links I Love Week 42

I am back in Paris and it has been action-packed since landing. We had some beautiful weather on the first day followed by days of rain. I can’t complain, I embraced it and had two amazing photo shoots in the rain with my friend Katie and her team. My days have been long and Friday night I spent in my pajamas eating the best little cheese and baguette picnic I picked up on my walk back to the hotel. It’s the simple things that are so good in France. 

Grab your coffee and croissants and join me for this week’s links I love.

rebecca plotnick rainy day in Paris

Paris abandons plans for buildings at the foot of the Eiffel Tower after uproar

What is healthy food? The FDA wants to change the definition via NYT

Questions I have answered about the tooth fairy. This is so funny. My nephew is starting to lose his teeth and it made me laugh 

The 18 Best Places for Shopping in Paris 

My Blondos have been a lifesaver in the rain. They are waterproof and I have walked so many miles in them. 

7 Best Wine Hotels in France

Delta Customers Can Now Earn SkyMiles at Starbucks — How to Get Started

How to Buy an Apartment in Paris via David Lebovitz 

Americans are Buying Up Properties in Paris, Causing Luxury Home Prices to Skyrocket 

5 Things You Should Do for Your Health Before Every Trip, According to a Doctor

A New French Restaurant Is Coming to Chicago 

I picked up this blazer while in Paris and now I want this one as well

France’s undisputed queens of cheese

Paris Makes Sacre Coeur A Historical Monument via NYT

The National Library of France is Now Open via NYT

 Drunk Elephant Hosts House Of Drunk, An Interactive Pop-Up Shop, In Paris

The 53 Most Beautiful Streets in the World

This New Paris Hotel Feels Like a Chic Friend’s Apartment

Asking for Help Is So Damn Hard. Here’s How to Make It Easier

Sisley Paris is less expensive here so I picked up a few things including my favorite mascara and this exfoliating mask my lip color also comes from Sisley which has been a hot topic on Instagram 

This French Brand Just Arrived in NYC, and Its Bag Collection Is All I Need-Hint, it’s one of my favorites!

If You Want Success, Pursue Happiness 

The 10 Best Places to Travel in November if you are looking to book a trip and need inspiration 

Sales to Shop 

The Laundress is 25% off. I love this brand so much and we always have a laundry closet full for all of our laundry needs. I love the stain remover, signature detergent, and whites detergent. This is great for cleaning sweaters at home and saving money. 

Jenni Kayne is 20% off until Wednesday. I bought one of their sweaters recently and LOVE it. I wore it on the plane to Paris. The sweaters run true to size and a small is great for me. Now I am tempted to buy a second one. 

Everlane is 20% off. I packed this Stroopwaffle sweater and this recashmere turtleneck sweater for Paris. 

On the Blog:

What to do in Paris in October

Holiday Home Decor 

10 Ways to Save on Your Next trip to Paris

What to do in Paris When it Rains

What to Pack for Paris in the Autumn

25 French Brands You Can Buy in the US

French Fall Capsule Wardrobe 

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  1. Rebecca,
    Thanks for one of the best week of links yet! I appreciate it when the links lead to news and info about French “trades.”

  2. Rebecca,
    I must admit to being slightly envious right now. Rain in Paris? Woody Allen romanticized it in Midnight in Paris.
    Re shopping: my favorite for sweaters is Eric BOMPARD. I have more than I can count. I Was not familiar with Jenni Kayne. The sweaters are beautiful. Thanks. I also love Agnes B for less pricy sweaters.
    Shopping in Paris. Let me count the ways. I love Jill Sander and Hermès is my favorite above all else.
    We are going to reserve soon, but American stopped non stops a few years ago from Dec. to March and that’s where we have miles for business class. We stopped in Philly and New York and I hated it. Now, with the gas problems and more Covid, we may have to wait until spring.
    Hope your stay hasn’t been too affected by the problems there.
    Entrecôte at Le Paul Bert and riz au lait at L’Ami Jean are the two things I can’t miss and I have been missing for two years.
    Anyway, have a good rest of the trip. The weather is cold here, but it’s supposed to warm up later in the week.