What better way to travel from London to Paris and vice versa? The Eurostar, of course. It’s so convenient if you want to be in Paris or in London in less than 3 hours. If you get your tickets at least 2-3 weeks in advance, you won’t have to pay so much. But even getting your tickets for a last minute weekend getaway, they never end up being outrageously expensive. Wonderful, right?
Whenever I feel homesick, I just take a train back to Paris and all is good! The first thing I usually do when I get back is buy a baguette and devour it – classically stereotypical, but I love it. So last weekend, I visited my family and happened to run into Paris Fashion Week as well. Instead of attending the shows, I decided to roam around the entrance of the shows, which happened to be very fun (there were so many cute outfits!)
What do you think the color blue represents? I think it represents many things including feelings. Personally, blue makes me feel relaxed – there’s something calming and soothing about a light blue hue, or even melancholic about a dark blue.
I’m a strong believer in wearing what you feel through color. A lot of the time I wear certain colors that express my current emotion(s), and sometimes I’m surprised to find that I do this unconsciously. I’ll be walking around wearing a red dress and feeling confident, or wearing a white and black patterned skirt and feeling silly or jovial.
The other day was fashion week in Paris and I decided to go to the Isabel Marant show at the Palais de Tokyo (which also happens to be a modern art museum). Although I didn’t actually attend the show, which I would have loved to do, I just strolled around outside and watched some very fashionable people pass by and enter the fashion show. I enjoy doing this before the shows start because it gives me inspiration for outfits and items that I would like to buy later on – it’s sort of my live magazine.