*Please note all content was created before the outbreak of Covoid-19 in Europe*
I’ll be honest, packing isn’t my strong point. I usually sit in the car up to the airport listing off all the things I already know I have forgotten. This time it was my travel steamer & PJ’s. Lucky I enjoy shopping really & the fact I have forgotten to pack something generally means an excuse to go and buy a shiny new version.
One thing I am good at however, is putting together outfits suitable for shopping, drinking & eating. So if you’re going to Paris to do a bit of that; A – can we be friends? & B – you’re reading the right blog post.
We flew to Paris early morning so when we arrived we didn’t have access to our Air BnB. This meant flying in an outfit I was happy to wear from 2am – 4pm when we got access to change. For me this meant a pair of slouchy denim jeans, fine knit jumper, Veja trainers & an oversized trench coat.
DINNER & DRINKS
After gaining access to the apartment it was a quick outfit change and straight back out to top up the wine & some amazing dinner, we sat outside at Cafe Ruc – which is definitely one of my favourite spots in Paris. I wanted to wear plenty of layers so I put on a jumper, blazer & trench coat, along with my new perfect nude heels.
COFFEE & SIGHT SEEING
We were super surprised to feel how sunny it was, and actually warm enough to sport a maxi dress *along with chunky boots & my trusty trench coat.
I wasn’t going to miss the opportunity to wear my new Sandro sale purchase, so I chucked that on for the morning with a pair of trainers & oversized sunnies and felt very Parisian. The great thing about packaging maxi dresses for trips like this is they generally fold up really small & then you can just steam them before wearing. (unless you forget your steamer, like me.) BTW – my steamer is amazing so I will link the one I use here too.