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March 30, 2015|

Baroque

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A forgotten folder on my desktop that happened to be waiting here since early February, which explains the way-too-wintery-for-almost-April nature of this outfit. Sorry guys!

I still wanted to share it with you because I really loved the texture plays.. This baroque coat is kind of slippery but really cool at the same time! Very Olsen if you ask me, with the vintage-looking button and classy cut.

Hope you guys will like this look! Happy start of the week ♡

— I’m wearing:
COAT: Liu Jo (similar)
SWEATER: Weekday (similar // seen here)
PANTS: 7 for all mankind via Zalando
SNEAKERS: Adidas Stan Smith
SCARF: Acne Studios (budget)
BAG: Saint Laurent (similar // budget)

March 28, 2015|

Grand Palais

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Another look with my BLUE BLUE COAT, which has been one of my faves lately. Love its oversized cut & deep color so much!!

We shot this look in front of the Grand Palais in Paris, how iconic.. It felt incredible to be there and I’m so looking forward to the day I’ll get to attend my first show at the Grand Palais! All of the biggest brands have their shows there during Paris Fashion Week and the atmosphere must be absolutely crazy. Fingers crossed it will be someday soon!

Much love guys and happy weekend ♡ x

— I’m wearing:
COAT: D.Efect
JEANS: Topshop via Zalando (as seen in my spring haul)
WEDGES: Balenciaga (similar // budget)
BAG: Furla Metropolis via Zalando
TIGER RING: Kenzo (similar)

March 26, 2015|

Hotel review: the THOUMIEUX in Paris

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Hotel review: the THOUMIEUX in Paris.

So. Guys. I’ve decided I wanted to be slightly more precise/useful with my hotel reviews so that it can actually benefit ALL OF YOU. Starting today with the THOUMIEUX Paris, where we stayed for two nights during Fashion Week at the beginning of the month.

the CONs // the rooms are quite small (we had one of the biggest ones and it was honestly not that big.. maybe the smaller ones would be too small if you have a lot of luggage), the hotel in general is pretty small with narrow staircases and no elevator, the breakfast is slightly overpriced in my opinion (30 euros per person & day, 40 euros if you take it in your room)

the PROs // incredibly cute decoration, very parisian chic, AESOP PRODUCTS IN THE BATHROOM, best bathtub ever, nice service, really clean, the brasserie downstairs is really nice and affordable, great location.

I feel like this way of proceeding is a better way for you guys to appreciate wether or not a hotel can be added to your “why not for my next trip” list. Do you like it this way?