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Thursday, April 17, 2014

5 Fashionable Pieces You Should Bring in Paris' Tourist Attractions

Anyone who’s been to Paris will be head over heels in love with her beauty. With the city full of colossal and intricate structures, streets brimming with arts, as well as stylish people going out and about the city, you’ll feel enthralled to blend in. While you’re packing, make sure you bring a pair of gladiator heels, oversized sunglasses, designer handbag, a perfectly fitting trench coat, and an A-line dress that will take you from a simple tourist look to a blooming Parisian. 

Stylish Gladiators at the Eiffel 
When visiting the Eiffel Tower, don’t just take photos. Instead, dream of having lunch or dinner with a magnificent view by reserving a seat at one of the most posh restaurants up at the Eiffel Tower. Of course, you need to be extra pretty and sexy so wear a pair of black gladiator heels. Surely, your date can’t resist you from head to toe. 58 Tour Eiffel serves lunch starting at €21 and dinner from €80. Again, make reservations early. You don’t want to be waiting in line for hours in heels. 

Designer Handbag at Avenue des Champs-Élysées 
You know you’re a true blooded fashionista when you’re ready to flaunt your designer handbag in Paris. Make sure they’re original, especially when you’re walking along the most famous street Avenue des Champs-Élysées. Not only is the street one of the most popular ones in the world but it’s also one of the most expensive strips. If you’re after splurging and shopping, skip the mall and head to Champs-Élysées. Shops like Annick Goutal, Salvatorre Ferragamo, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Zara, Guerlain, Mont Blanc and a lot more can be found there. Otherwise, just stroll along the street and flaunt your designer handbag. 

Oversized Sunglasses at the Restaurants 
A lot of locals and tourists like to spend their afternoon drinking coffee, beer or wine in restaurants with tables and seats outside. That’s because people love to see cars and people passing by as well as appreciate the magnificent structures of Paris. Even when spring brings the cold chill, people like staying outdoors because of the sun. While you’re sipping coffee or wine while chatting with a friend, make sure to be fashionably snob in a pair of oversized sunglasses. 

Trench Coat at Pont Des Arts, Pont Neuf and Pont Alexandre III 
There’s something about bridges that make Paris connected altogether. As you enjoy the cold weather Paris brings, don’t forget to bring a stylish and perfectly-fitting trench coat as you stroll along Pont Des Arts, Pont Neuf and Pont Alexandre III which cross along the River Seine. It’s one of the romantic places where you hold hands or have your first kiss. Don’t forget to leave your padlock latched at the metal railings of Pont Des Arts if you can find a place.  

A-Line Dress at the Louvre 
Think Blair Waldorf and you’ll get inspired to dress like a pristine Parisian at the Louvre. If you understand the values of paintings and sculptures, walk in style and class in an A-Line dress. It’s difficult to finish the entire arts collection in one day so be prepared to dress comfortably. Flats work well with an A-Line dress and that’s comfy, too. No need to buy tickets in advance as there are lots of places to buy tickets when you’re in Paris. There’s a souvenir shop at the Carrousel du Louvre as soon as you exit the Metro. Be fashionably breathtaking when you visit Paris.

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