I was woken up to 2 fresh croissants and a cup of coffee. One of the best pleasures of Paris are its patisseries and fresh bakery that are just a small embodiment of this beautiful city.
After having breakfast, I jumped into the bath. For my skincare, I used something I’ve been obsessed with lately: my kitsch Ice roller, (£10). I usually place it in the freezer overnight, then use it in the morning. Its cold roller exterior glides across my face and I massage it from the centre of my face to my jawline. It’s basically like having a free facial from home, and the best thing, within 2 weeks, I’ve noticed my jawline look significantly slimmer. It also brightens skin as it stimulates blood flow and reduces puffiness on the face – also, how gorgeous is the pink? I highly recommend.
A few drops of my Vitamin C serum and face moisturiser later, my skincare was done. I did an interchangeable makeup look that I could take from day to night. My plans for today was to have lunch on a boat cruise which was hosted on the Seine River, which took us to all the landmarks of Paris.
The Eiffel Tower, Lourve, and Notre Dame were 3 out of the 12 places I was most excited about. I liked my outfit of the day so much, I wrote a blogpost all about my boat cruise in Paris, where I wore a dramatic Balmain jumper that made me feel fiercely Parisian chic.
After my boat cruise and soaking up more of Paris’s culture, the night was young. As its my last night in Paris, I decided to end it with a bang. As we were going out for drinks, I decided to glam it up. I wore my YSL cut out mini dress.
I first fell in love with this dress when it debuted on Saint Laurent runway. As if that wasn’t enough, I spotted it on Camille from Emily in Paris, and even wrote a blogpost where I broke down their outfits, including alternatives I found.
I paired my mini dress with sheer tights, and wore my Versace red platforms. These platforms have practically broke the internet and are loved by Beyonce herself. I took the plunge and decided to swipe my card and added it to my collection. I first wore these platforms on my first night in Paris at the Moulin Rouge. They are fiercely chic and comfortable.
I completed my look with my red Hermes mini kelly. The pop of red colour instantly warranted a red lipstick for the night. I accessorised with my Versace hairclips, and threw on my black maxi coat for an effortless cover up.
We had drinks at a lovely bar in front of the Eiffel Tower with live music and danced the night away.