Yes, I’ve finally seen the City of Light!
Those of you following me on Instagram and Facebook already know that I took a two week trip to Belgium with mini visits to Paris, France and Maastricht, Netherlands. I was overwhelmed to visit Paris, of course, especially since the trip was an early birthday present from my dear Belgian friends. I don’t have to say that Paris was magical: the calmness in all its flamboyance, the chic Parisians in the summer heat, the beauty in the grandeur. And the fashion! All that fashion! The visit to Chanel’s first boutique at 31 Rue Cambon was a must and I was delighted by the charming personnel and the beauty echoing in the elegant space. For my Chanel visit, the same day I also visited the Monmartre, the Sacré Coeur basilica and the Arc de Triomphe, I chose my new favorite summer piece, a dress from Irina Tosheva’s spring-summer collection Enchalon that is absolutely heavenly and very versatile, too (I paired it with cobalt blue heels for a friend’s wedding and it was superb!) For a day spent on foot I chose these comfortable white H&M shoes that took me a long way all through my vacation. When in Paris, you certainly must have rosé wine (weather with your loved one or your friends) in the park overlooking the Eiffel Tower and taste Paul’s delicious macaroons. A book nerd and English Literature major like me will spent at least an hour at Shakespare&Company bookstore (I cried when I left, my hands filled with books). On my impressions on the Parisian street style and fashion, you can read my article on Pixel.mk (only Macedonian version available). More posts from my trip are coming soon, so stay tuned!
Dress: Irina Tosheva “Enchalon” collection// Shoes: H&M// Rings: Bershka// Necklace: H&M; Sunglasses: Vintage// Novelty shoulder bag: Shakespeare&Company bookstore
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Love your dress! I’ve just returned from Paris and I’m excited to hear about the places you’ve visited which I’ve visited too 😀
Thank you so much! Paris was a wonderful experience I have to relive again 🙂