TGIF. For this week’s round up of favorites from my trip to Paris in the spring, I have a couple of favs you guys will enjoy. From pretty dresses to places you need to go to for bargain deals, check out my list below!
Self Portrait Polka Dot Dress: Many of you asked about this Self Portrait polka dot dress (also available at Neiman Marcus and affordable similar here) that I wore in Paris. It is a great dress for any wedding you have coming up or even just a date night with your significant other. I definitely recommend it especially since it has my currently favorite pattern, polka dots!Forager Chips: Thank me later when you’re addicted to Forager chips. They’re a healthy alternative to potato chips and were my comfort food in Paris.KNC Beauty Eye Masks: While in Paris for the Chanel Cruise show, I needed to de puff my eyes and restore moisture so naturally I used KNC beauty eye masks. They have retinol in them to help your skin’s elasticity and prevent wrinkles.Colourpop Highlighter: Not only is this Colourpop highlighter set affordable, but it makes my cheekbones pop. I definitely plan wearing it to any upcoming Cruise shows.Flea Markets: I swear you can find some of the best buys at the flea market. I went to Paris and stumbled upon a flea market where I got a beautiful Gucci bag. The address of the flea market is: Marché Bourse, Place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris, France. Good Los Angeles flea markets to shop are Melrose Flea Market and the Rose Bowl Flea Market. When you travel, try to go to flea markets to get a souvenir that has a story to it and you can’t find anywhere else.
Laura: I was out at a friend’s house and saw a girl wearing this Bad Girl Good Human t-shirt. I asked her about the brand and it’s a small, Los Angeles based company started by an independent woman. I really admire that so I had to buy the shirt and support a company I think is doing it right and making cool stuff.
Kathleen: I’m not a big sandals fan, so I wear a lot of sneakers in the summer. I recently added these Reebok white classics to my ever growing sneaker collection. They’re a modern update of the vintage Reeboks my mom used to wear.