I am back from Florida and Chicago feels as though Autumn is here. Hopefully, it is only temporary. I am not quite ready for sweater season. This week was filled with highs and lows. I am working on a project that will be hopefully be announced in two weeks. Until then, I am doing my best to focus on work and stay busy. How was everyone's week?
October in Paris is full of fun activities. If you are headed to Paris in October (I will be there) here are a few things to do courtesy of La Cuisine Paris who created this great roundup.
Jazz in Paris. One of my favorite things to do. There is a whole festival you can enjoy towards the end of the month. I can't wait to check this one out. Fingers crossed for good weather.
The 8th arrondissement is often overlooked by tourists but it is one of my favorite arrondissements. I recently found Hotel Royal Madeleine which just reopened in the area and Parc Monceau is a beautiful park to picnic and stroll through.
My friend Kat sent me this article, 6 Stages to Becoming French by Frenchly
Paris Unlocked shares why you should visit Paris in September (it has me sold) Have you been to Paris in the Autumn?
Sézane has a new collection out and I have this black and white top I just purchased. It would be so cute with a pair of black pants or a skirt and of course the perfect red lip.
Cuyana just added new colors to my favorite travel bags! I am crushing on this blush.
I always thought I would find love on an airplane (since I travel so much) It may be more common than you think! Has it happened to you? I have two friends who married someone they met on a plane.
My first job offer out of college was from Coach, but I ended up taking a different opportunity. This week, I was invited to preview the Fall Collection for 2018 at the Michigan Ave store and it was a full circle moment. The whole staff couldn't have been nicer and I came home with not one but two special things. (one I have to keep secret for another few weeks!)
I have wanted a pair of over the knee boots since Devil Wears Prada, 2006. Welcome home to these beauties. They are surprisingly very comfortable and will be heading to Paris with me in October.
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