Paris Mon Ami!!!


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Dress: Zimmermann / Shoes: Rag & Bone / Sunglasses: Ray Ban

Three days was not enough to absorb all the culture, art, fashion and not to mention the food Paris has to offer!!! Who would have figured that such a minuscule city could be so rich in life! The public transportation of this truly fascinating city made it possible for me to get the most profound experience possible in such a short amount of time. Going from restaurant to restaurant and from the Eiffel Tower to some pit stop shopping on the Champs Elysee to getting a quick macaroon fix at the one and only -Ladurée. My trip experience in Paris was out of this world; and so I listed a few of my favorite places and things to do when visiting Paris so you guys can enjoy it as much as I did.

Sweater: Veronica Beard / Skirt: Peter Pilotto / Shoes: Nine West / Bag: Chanel (Similar here & here

Where To Stay:

The Hoxton - This seems to be your best bet when travling to Paris on a budget. It's clean, easy, affordable, and very modern! I loved it. 

The Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg - I love the location of this hotel! It's across the street from the iconic Crilon hotel, and very central to everything. The service is impeccable. 

Where To Eat:


Cafe de flore - Classic French breakfast. Get there early because the croissants will run out! (I know this from personal experience)

Season - Best green pancakes in the game! Their baked egg in avocado is also fabulous.

Carette - Scrumptious pastries with a lovely, authentic French vibe.


Blé sucré - Best chocolate croisant  I've EVER had!

Boulangerie Alexine - Must order the ‘Éclairs au chocolat”! The balance in texture and sweetness is insane.

Le Grenier a Pain - Paris'S finest baguettes! (Love grabbing them to go and having them mid day with slices of fresh cheese.)


Chez andre - A classic French lunch. Fab people watching accompanied with a side of one of THE best burgers ever.

Big love – Delicious Italian cuisine with cutest atmosphere. Similar to the Crosby Street Hotel in NYC!

Le du falafel - Best falafel in the area. Sit inside because it’s a funny hectic scene to watch!


L’entrecote – A French classic. A pre set menu of steak frites. Never disappoints!

Lou Lou – Perfect dinner spot to go after drinks at Cafe Marly.

Ferdi - Amazing cheeseburger and exciting people watching!

Le 404 – Small Moroccan cafe, must order the lamb kabobs.


Cafe Marly – Drinks with a view! Go hear around 8pm before heading to dinner at Lou Lou. 

Harry’s bar – The actual bar where the iconic bloody marry was created. Loved the richness in history that was so present in the ambiance.

Le Bar du Bristol  – Such creative cocktail presentations and the aesthetics of the bar alone is insane!


Blazer: Veronica Beard / Shorts: Veronica Beard / Shoes: Rag & Bone / Sunglasses: Ray Ban / Bag: Celine (Similar here & here

Where To Shop:

Bon Marché  - Best department store ever! Similar to Liberty in London.

Mannoush - A fun variety of different but cool ecentric clothing. French brand you cant find in the states

The whole Le Marais Area - A whole lot of fun boutiques!

Where To Play:

Lv foundation - Highly suggest taking a visit to this architectural extravaganza. The LV foundation museum has a variety of fascinating expositions of art and culture. Very pop!

Tuileries - The Tuileries garden has the most gorgeous colors this time of the year. Perfect place to visit on a sunny day and take pictures!

Louvre - It should be a crime to visit Paris and not go to The Louvre. This former royal palace and modern day museum is home to the Mona Lisa Painting.

Centre Pompidou - Amazing balance of contemporary and modern art exhibitions. There is always a new very provocative exhibit! 

Hope you all enjoyed my Paris guide! Where should I go next?!

X kt 

Photos by the best photographer in Paris, Federico (@iheartparisfr