Pants- Primark UK | Top- Aeropostale | Sweater- J. Crew | Shoes- c/o Blowfish | Watch- c/o Daniel Wellington | Bag- Kohl's | Blue Necklace- Camden Market, London
Here is another outfit from Paris! Worn to explore some museums (like the Pompidou, a modern art museum that I loved). These pictures were taken right outside the apartment we were staying at in the 15th arrondissment.
Top- c/o Lulu*s | Skirt- Primark UK | Shoes- c/o Blowfish | Sunglasses- c/o Giant Vintage | Watch- c/o Daniel Wellington | Bag- Kohl's | Jacket- Primark UK | Rory necklace- c/o MyNameNecklace.com | Blue necklace- Camden Lock Market vendor, UK
After 3 weeks studying in London, I returned to Paris for vacation with my younger brother! On our first night together, we went to the Eiffel Tower for sunset and captured these photos. Right before I took them, I was approached by a kind stranger who gave me two red roses. I kept them with me the rest of the night! :)
Oh, Londontown... a contender for my favorite city in the world. Of all the places I've been, this is the one outside of the US that I can see myself calling home some day. I can't begin to write about 3 weeks worth of living here in one blog post, so I won't. I'll let these pictures speak for themselves!
From Iceland, we flew to Paris, which is certainly one of the prettiest cities I've ever been to. I was here for two different periods during my time in Europe, and I grew very fond of and familiar with the City of Light. For the first four days I was here, I didn't do much by the way of "tourist attractions". I knew I was coming back later with my brother, and so I decided to save all of the museums and stuff for then. So, on this first stay, I elected to explore less typical places. My favorite was the Pere Lachaise cemetery, the site of many of the pictures you see above. All of the flowers and giant tombs and cobble-stoned paths--it was magical. I'd never been to a cemetery that was any more than regular old gravestones on a field of grass. I spent a good two hours at Pere Lachaise walking through, taking pictures, and seeing the graves of many famous Parisians.
Of course, I did wind up doing some touristy things too. I visited Notre Dame Cathedral, and ran into two friends from my university randomly! What are the chances, am I right? They are the two boys you see me beaming with above. I also couldn't stay away from the Tour Eiffel at night. Every hour of darkness, on the hour, it sparkles for five minutes straight. Tourists--myself included, I'll admit--go wild; selfie sticks swinging, Snapchat open and filming away. In that last picture, you'll see my friend & travel-mate, Lauren, with me in front of the Tower. Even now, frozen in the background of a picture, it looks beautiful to me!