paris by day.

Get ready … you are about to be bombarded with a mountain of savory imagery from one of the most exquisite places of the planet: Paris.jj-scholl-luxury-travel-planner-paris-louvre

SEE: The Louvre is a perennial must on any visit. The imposing architecture alone is jaw dropping, and I find a new gem inside every time. My other favorite is the Musée d’Orsay (not pictured) because I love love the impressionists.  Above, TW gets his French on!

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EAT (or at least LOOK): Our hotel was conveniently located in St. Germain near the abundant Raspail Organic Market. An absolute feast for the eyes and tummy with stands that go on for days.

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VISIT: After gorging at the Market, take a hunk of cheese over to the Luxembourg Gardens for some more outdoor magnificence.
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SHOP: On our way over the Luxembourg Gardens, I stumbled upon this fantastic natural bath product shop + salon. I have been using the Avocat facial oil every day since my return. Now I just need to figure out a way to get my hands on more!
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SHOP: Another culinary must in St. Germain is Poilane, where the bread is off the charts. Stop for a little carbo fuel or one of their lovely market totes to bring home.jj-scholl-stylist-personal-shopper
SHOP: The ultimate one-stop-shop is Le Bon Marché! Celine, Isabel Marant, Diptyque, Bonpoint, Aesop…. yes! all under ONE roof. Not too mention, Le Bon Marche had the best Christmas displays in town.
jj-scholl-stylist-branding-consultantAnd no cool cat can miss uber concept store, Colette. Above artist Kevin Lyons creates quirky illustrations for his Colette collaboration.
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2 thoughts on “paris by day.

  1. Katie Winslow on said:

    Gorgeous photos!! What a beautiful trip!!

  2. Love your blog. Bookmarked! 🙂 JJ from Wanderlister.com

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