Eiffel for You, Paris

Eiffel for You, Paris

Again

On our last night in London, it’s all starting to blur to be honest, Stephanie asked me what was so great about Paris. Everyone that has been says it’s one of the greatest places ever, and I just can’t fathom how that could be, she said sounding like an absolute New Yorker.

I told her that in Paris, I felt like my most cultured, educated, well-read, effortlessly stylish self, who happened to have bounds and bounds of fashion history stored in my brain. I felt like a better writer, I felt more inspired, I felt like I had a deeper appreciation for fashion.

Truly, Paris helps you find the words. I mean, how could it not when the city of lights is filled with sights like these?

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See what I mean?

  • http://www.shesfacingfreedom.com Yaszy

    Yes honey, I do see what you mean. I want more!

    • http://channinginthecity.com Channing in the City

      Come visit me! I’ll show you in person :)

  • http://theageofgrace.com Eugenia Russell Hargrove

    Yes, I see what you mean!!! Great photos!!!

    • http://channinginthecity.com Channing in the City

      Thank you!

  • http://floorthirtysix.com Arianna

    I was so glad that I felt just as in love with Paris as I did the first time!

    • http://channinginthecity.com Channing in the City

      I know! I was worried some of the magic would wear off!

  • http://Website Jessica

    Looks like you are having a lot of fun on your trip. I want to ask how Paris was? Thinking of going there for my birthday but heard that Parisians are rude?? How did you find it?

    • http://channinginthecity.com Channing in the City

      I did! I love Paris and would actually like to live there for a couple years. I didn’t find Parisians rude, I think they just appreciate when you try to speak their language first and aren’t the stereotypically American, loud, rude and demanding. I would totally go for my birthday! Lucky girl!!