Haut Marais

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Vest: Topshop // Shirt: Sandro (similar) // Watch: Michael Kors // Jeans: Rag & Bone/Jean // Shoes: Alexander Wang // Bag: Balenciaga

As quickly and abruptly as my time in France’s capital began, it has ended – it’s hard to believe that this is my last post from Paris, at least for the foreseeable future. In both circumstances, I had no idea I would be leaving one country for another so suddenly, but as I’ve learned recently with life, it’s all about going with the flow and seeing what new adventures await. I guess it’s fitting then that my last post comes from one of my favourite areas of Paris – Le Haut Marais. Home to my favourite restaurants and favourite stores, if there’s one area of Paris I’m going to miss dearly, this is undeniably it. For a lazy, rainy Sunday, I decided to revisit pastels, a sartorial element I’ve experimented more with in recent years after categorically shunning them all together throughout my teens for fear of looking too girly. I found this Topshop sleeveless utility duster in London’s Westfield mall a few weekends before and felt drawn to the structured crepe in such a pretty lavender shade. Never one to give up my monochromatic staples, I decided the duster would be a great feminine, spring compliment to my favourite Balenciaga and Alexander Wang pieces. Here’s to observing what new sartorial evolution – or revolution – awaits me in London.

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