BONJOUR PART 3 – NEW

Bonjour! This is me, enjoying what the fashion capital of the world, Paris, has to offer. There are many things to discuss on this part of my many trips around the world, but I’ll get straight to the point because everyone wants to know: What are the top places to see and do (while taking some Instagram-worthy photos) and what am I wearing and where you can get them.  There’s a lot of areas to cover during my stay in Paris, which is why I broke it into three parts. Enjoy the ride as you follow @TravelStyleBug!

INSTAGRAM-WORTHY SPOT #1: ARC DE TRIOMPHE

If you come to Paris, better have your camera ready because you’ll be able to capture a lot of great shots. Also, catch people’s attention in your photos by being creative in your poses. While you’re trying to capture this shot at Arc De Triomphe, please be aware of incoming traffic as the area is NOT blocked off. There’s also a small line so make sure your friend captures an angle that doesn’t have many people behind you.

#OOTD:

  • Striped T-Shirt by ZARA (www.zara.com)
  • Denim Shirt by GUESS (www.guess.ca)
  • White Stan Smith Superstars by Adidas (www.adidas.com)

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INSTAGRAM-WORTHY SPOT #2: The louvre

Again, play around with the angles on your phone/camera and see what you come out with.

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MUST TRY FILTER APP: PRIMSA – See the result:

BEFORE

AFTER

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INSTAGRAM-WORTHY SPOT #3: CHÁTEAU DE VERSAILLES

Just a short 25-minute train ride from the main city is this amazing palace, which makes this another major tourist attraction. Make sure you capture the right picture with a few or no people in your pic.

#OOTD:

  • Fedora Hat by ZARA (www.zara.com)
  • White Shirt by Uniqlo (www.uniqlo.com)
  • Black Shorts by Club Monaco (www.clubmonaco.com)
  • Skill Scarf by Alexander McQueen (www.alexandermcqueen.com/ca)

POSE #1

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Gardens and Park of the Château

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End your last day in Paris with a Bang!

We decided that we need to book a Michelin Star restaurant – you just need to or else there’s no point of visiting these countries that are known for their cuisine. I came across this restaurant called Monsieur Bleu which is in close sight of the Eiffel Towel, the perfect evening setting for a romantic dinner – especially when you’re able to capture the hourly light show. The dinner was amazing along with an outdoor bar on the side where there was a big crowd just dancing the night away. This was one unforgettable trip and this made me never want to go back to my reality back at home…

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TIP OF THE DAY:

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