Inspired by Paris

Alternative souvenirs inspired by Paris, France

Comme Des Garcons Striped Sweater / Paris Engraved Rose Gold Cuff / How to be Parisian Wherever You Are / Le Mini Macaron Gel Nail KitPlay Comme Des Garcon Polka Dot Pouch / Madewell Linen Rome Paris London Tee / Lego Architecture The Eiffel Tower / Christian Louboutin by Christian Louboutin Book / Christian Louboutin Spiked Leather iPad Case / Secret Paris: Color Your Way to Calm / J.Crew Appliqued Dot DressParis is Always a Good Idea Print

This week was all about the beauty and style of Paris. From inspiration to packing list, I can’t wait to make it that way someday. I’ve always dreamed of going to Paris. My husband actually went last year without me (work trip) and I just couldn’t fit in his suitcase, haha. He did bring me back some macarons though.

No matter the location, I’m always mindful of the souvenirs I bring home, and the way I use them after a trip. Whether it serves a purpose as a decoration in my home, or something I can wear, I love to collect and find goods that are useful for more than just a quick memory. Today I’ve found some perfect items inspired by Milan to serve as alternative souvenirs. My favorite item inspired by Paris is this spiked iPad case, and this Lego Architecture set.

What are some of your favorite travel inspired goods? Which of these would you pick?

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Responses to “Inspired by Paris”

  1. Oh gosh , I love that dress and jumper. I think I need them right now.

    About the picture: are you certain that’s not Amsteridam? It looks a whole lot like the one of the Grachts toi do

    1. I hereby solemnly swear to never type a comment on my phone ever again. Apologies for the terrible typos. What I was trying to say is:

      The picture reminds me a lot of the Grachts in Amsterdam:

      Lovely collection of things anyway, and both Amsterdam and Paris are always worth a visit. 🙂

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