A Slice of Paris


Cue Paris by the Chainsmokers, this outfit makes me feel like I’m about to walk around the Louvre and use my four semesters of French to my advantage. While I was out playing tourist in my own hometown, we stopped by this museum for an hour break from taking pictures. It wasn’t the Louvre and I didn’t have to speak French, but it was just as exciting as I imagine Paris to be.

I’ve been trying to find a way to style this top I bought last month. It didn’t go with any of my new purchases so I started digging through my closet and drawers until I found this skirt. Tepidly, I put them together and hoped it would work out. The secret to mixing prints is keeping the colors consistent. Despite the how busy the skirt is, the main color of both is white, which keeps them from clashing and the black accents differ but complement each other. Now I’m off to book my ticket to France.

Top: No Rest for Bridget ● Skirt: Made by my friend ● Shoes: Target

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  1. Chapter Fifteen’s Favorite Moments of 2017

    December 30, 2017 at 12:04 pm

    […] A Slice of Paris • Another look from over the summer, this outfit made me want to stroll around the streets of Paris. I love the mixing of prints in this look, stripes and a graphic Paris-themed print, both in monotone colors. Simple and chic, as they say in Paris. At least, I think they do. […]

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