I don’t know about you but when I’m packing for my trip away, my iPhone weather app stays open for the entire stressful process as obviously all outfits must match the weather. While I was going through my packing ritual for Paris, I was annoyed to see ‘sunny and 24 degrees’. Normal people would rejoice, sing their ‘Hallelujahs’ and dig out the summer sandals. Me? Not so much.
I thought that heading to Paris in the middle/end of September was guaranteed autumn weather. Well, the weather gods proved me wrong. I wanted to wear my new knits, which some, poor things (yes my clothes have feelings!) haven’t seen the light of day since I bought them. Anyway I had to leave my new clothes back in London, make the most of a “bad” situation and wear my trusty little white dress, which I bought from a random Vietnamese market for a few pounds!
We spent the day shopping, eating (but more on this later, keep those eyes peeled!) and went for a stroll in the famous Jardin des Tuileries, a perfect way to spend an hour in Paris. I would say a day, but we had to rush off to finish off our must-see/do things before it was time to head to the Gare du Nord for the Eurostar home.
dress – Vietnamese market | shoes – Topshop | bag – Mulberry | sunnines – Miu Miu