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French Fridays Week 2

French Fridays

A new series dedicated to all things French I love and have found over the week.

French Fridays Style

Always inspired by the French girl style, I love finding ways to recreate looks that inspire me like this simple yet classic outfit.


French Fridays Recipe

cafe creme sitting on a counter with a towel and sugar bowl

One of my favorite ways to start the weekend is by making a café crème at home. This is the only coffee I drink in Paris every morning.

A café crème is espresso and warm foamy milk, almost like what we consider a latte. Put it in a pretty coffee cup, warm up a croissant, turn on some French music, and it’s almost like you have a weekend morning in Paris.

French Fridays Finds

The very first pair of VEJA I ever bought 6 years ago is almost worn out, so I picked these up for Fall. I have 4 pairs of VEJA at this point and they continue to be my favorite sneaker. I take my normal size of 37 in all of them.

This Isabel Marant bag is a beautiful color for Fall. I am not a huge western person but I do love a good saddle bag. So classic and French.

Every week I check & Other Stories to see what new pieces have been designed in Paris. Did you know you can do that? I found this striped wide frill shirt that would look great with denim and a pair of my favorite clogs or flats.

French Fridays Beauty

Sisley Eye Mask

This Sisley eye contour mask is a necessity to help with dark circles and puffiness. I always take it with me when traveling to Paris or on a long flight to help combat looking fatigued.

Sisley is a luxury French beauty brand with plant-based products. The products are a bit more than most but I truly believe in paying for good skincare and makeup. You only have one face.

French Fridays Favorite Place In Paris To Know

There is a patisserie in Paris called, Aux Merveilleux de Fred, which is a must when visiting the city. I have never been to such an incredibly beautiful and elegant patisserie before.

Known for the cake but also for the Belgian waffles and Meringues, which you must try both. There are several shops located throughout the city.

I know Paris is a pastry haven but Aux Merveilleux de Fred absolutely needs to be on your list of places to try.

Au Revoir and Bonne Weekend(Good Weekend)


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