Links I Love Week 8

Café le Metro Paris Left Bank

Happy Sunday! I can’t believe it is the end of February already. We had some unexpected snow in Chicago over the weekend. There is hope for spring as I saw some blooms starting to sprout on a walk with friends yesterday. I have been making progress on The Paris Guide this week and I can’t wait to show you guys. It is full of helpful Paris tips, hidden gems, restaurants, coffee shops, and more! The release date is this March just in time for spring Paris trips. 

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

How to make friends while traveling solo 

Where to eat in Paris when you don’t have a reservation 

A guide to the flea markets in Paris via Goop (Thanks to my friend Lauren for sending this one in) 

39 Best Kids Movies to Spark Your Child’s Interest in Travel

How To Care For Yourself When You Have Seasonal Depression

This week’s best sellers include my favorite summer shorts on sale. 

Inside the hospitality group every discerning traveler should know 

These Expert Booking Tips Will Help Travelers Avoid Flight Delays

Cosabella is 25% underwear right now. I love these more than Hanky Panky. They are more comfortable. 

What’s the difference between Campari and Aperol via Food and Wine 

I am very much into the loafer after trying them on in Paris. I have my eye on this one, this one, or this one

29 Most Beautiful Places in Italy

I am obsessed with the strip edit via Boden right now. So many great and affordable options for striped tees long and short. 

Another French restaurant is closing in Chicago, Chez Moi announced it will close in April 

My favorite Veja is now sold out at Nordstrom (thank you!) it’s hard to find them. I did find them at Neiman Marcus and Amour Vert has them. Along with Anthropologie. I wear a size 8 and typically an 8.5 in other shoes. You will want to wear these no-show socks with them. 

WWD shares their favorite spots in Paris ahead of Fashion Week (thanks Patti) 

Galleries Lafayette sells BHV here are all the details 

A follow up on details about the financial situation of Galleries Lafayette 

I binge-watched Fleishman is in Trouble this week. It was raw and addicting. My neighbor recommended it and I stayed up way too late watching it. 

The 10/30 productivity rule and how to make it work for your home and budget via Apartment Therapy

The fine art of failure via The Atlantic 

Why is everyone obsessed with the hydrafacial? Also, booking one ASAP since I loved my last one so much. 

A 270-Square-Foot Paris Apartment Offers a Modern Respite From the City

A bunch of you raved about Quince and my neighbor gifted me this cashmere sweater in navy (size medium) I ordered a few items including towels because I didn’t love ours and this waffle blanket which looks like a Dupe of Boll and Branch but a fraction of the price, and these pants. 

What to do in Paris in the spring 

Why Audrey Hepburn’s wedding dresses (all 3) continue to influence today’s fashion via Vanity Fair

United Airlines Is Making It Easier for Families to Sit Together — Here’s How

Is It Healthier to Eat an Early Dinner? RDs Explain How to Find the Best Dinner Time for You

5 of the best parks in Paris 

Ina Garten redid her kitchen during the pandemic, see what it looks like inside. 

Spotted: Kate Middleton carrying one of my favorite brands, Polène!

J.Crew is up to 50% off swim. It’s time to start thinking about spring break and summer 

Are blogs making a comeback? I hope so! The blog will be 7 this year and I am excited to keep it growing. 

Sisley has a new color of my favorite lipstick. If you are looking for a beige-neutral option, this one is for you! 

A proposed law could require airlines to pay bumped passengers $1350 via Afar 

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