I have to admit, I miss Paris. It’s my home, how could I not miss it? When I lived in Paris, I felt that my style was always changing, which is normal since I was still in high school and I was trying to define who I was. I think my style will never be properly specified, but I do know in the direction I’m headed in. Or at least I hope I do. This summer, most of the outfits I wore were simple and laid-back, occasionally adding a hint of minimalism or boho. I always try to balance an outfit by making it effortless yet chic. That’s very nearly the essence of French style, and I find it works well for everyone. It’s just a question of adopting that philosophy. Anyway, I was never one to wear motif T-shirts because I found it quite difficult to incorporate with other pieces. But I managed to keep it casual by plainly wearing a white butterfly T-shirt, boyfriend jeans, white ankle-strap heels, and a red bag for a nice pop of color.
There’s nothing more classic than black high-waisted Levi jeans. You can never really go wrong with Levi’s and for me, that’s what makes it all the more quintessential. They are so versatile that you can pair them with anything you wish: heels, boots, sandals, shirt, cropped top, etc. and you’re bound to look great.
When I reflect on the last days of summer I can’t help to realize how quickly time flies. It’s inevitable and there’s nothing one can do about it. I think the last part is the worst. We all want to commemorate and enjoy every second of our precious lives (at least I do). I especially wanted to do this the last few days I was in Paris before leaving to NYC. I really wanted to complete all the things I had left to do, visit places I had been meaning to, and go back to the favorites. So the other day, I decided to take in one of my favorite places in Paris before I left for NYC.