36 hours in Paris

More or less…

Last week I decided to make a very last-minute trip to Paris, my favourite city where I used to live about two years ago. I’ve seen the Eiffeltower and Arc the Triomphe more than once, so that’s not really on my list when visiting Paris again. Let’s point out some nice places to visit when in Paris for a short time.

I was so happy the sun was shining these two days! Even it is the end of october, I could wear a dress and bare legs and I love it. I decided to take the Velib-bike to get from one place to another. I drove along the Seine directed to the Notre Dame and left my bike there. After a little walk I was in need of some coffee and went to Café Kitsuné at Palais Royal where I met Carin Olsson or @parisinfourmonths. She’s really the sweetest! I took some time to read a book and went out for dinner with a friend at night. We found a spot at Pink Mamma, which has the coolest interior and best pasta and pizza’s!




Ready for antoher day after waking up with the best Parisian view, how I miss this allready! First stop was Galeries Lafayette, a must-visit when in Paris, where I treated myself with a (big) little something – soon more ;). A sunny walk led me to Place Vendôme where I visited the new Louis Vuitton store, which is really amazing! Just around the corner is Rue Saint-Honoré where I visited – probably the last time – the concept store Colette, which is closing around the end of the year.


After that, time for lunch at Café Méricourt, a cozy place with the prettiest interior and best ricotta pancakes, altough I tried something else this time! The last hours I spent strolling directed to Le Marais, making a quick stop at Merci where currently a very cool vintage ‘market’ is held. Before heading back home I walked through the pretty streets of Le Marais and I couldn’t leave without eating a crêpe at Rue des Rosiers.



Hope you’re feeling inspired to visit these pretty places!


Outfit details

Blouse and dress – Twin Set      Rings – Imagin Jewels

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