Pere Lachaise Cemetery

the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, franceMy sister and I spent a some time getting lost in the Pere Lachaise Cemetery. We did not literally lose our way, but in that maze it could easily have happened (especially if I had ventured there alone). Although, the Pere Lachaise is reported to be the most visited cemetery in the world, on this particular day it was a very quiet space in the bustling city. A cold wind whipped between the tombstones and brown leaves rustled beneath our feet, making it seem as if fall is truly on its way.
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
the clothes horse, personal style, fashion, retro, vintage, primark, horse print, romper, pere lachaise cemetery, paris, france
Outfit details:
Primark romper
Deux Lux purse
Nueu aviators c/o the Sunglass Shop
UO flats
secondhand rings
Bijules bird ring via Gilt

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44 comments:

  1. I love Pere Lachaise, I have a strange fascination with cemeteries and that one is so beautiful and haunting. Its like once you get lost in it all sun goes down creating a truly eerie and effective atmosphere

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  2. I am really enjoying all the posts about your trip. You're taking such beautiful pictures!

    http://andohsofancy.blogspot.com

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  3. Looks so atmospheric and beautiful. Highgate Cemetary in London is a great cemetary too.

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  4. Everything here looks great, including your outfit. :)

    http://bonjourgazel.blogspot.com

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  5. If you're passing by London again, you should definitely make it to Highgate Cemetery, it's the dreamiest place I've been to in the whole world.

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  6. the playsuit is so cute! it suits you lovely.
    well as creepy as this may sound, those graveyard shots are great!!

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  7. Beautiful photos and romper!!!

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  8. I love the cemeteries in Paris. We stayed in a lovely small hotel across from the Mont Parnasse Cemetery where many celebrities are buried. Each grave reflects their personas.

    I'm really enjoying your posts. :-D

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  9. I love the photos you have been taking on your trip, they are fantastic.

    Your rings are also gorgeous!

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  10. I actually did get lost literally at Pere Lachaise in April with some of my classmates, it's quite a haunting place now isnt it :D

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  11. Hmmm, never thought of taking photos at a cemetery but that's interesting... Doesn't it scare you just a tiny bit?

    xoxo, http://heelsandwedges.blogspot.com

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  12. There is a particular moment in Paris Je T'aime which focuses on the deteriorating romance between a couple played by Emily Mortimer and Rufus Sewell... They were arguing about the lack of romance in their lives, sparked when she kisses Oscar Wilde's grave. At the end of it, the man sees Oscar Wilde's ghost, and he inspires the man to infuse more love and affection into the relationship, which in effect, saves them as a couple.

    Great.

    This is a romantic kind of sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city, as you say. Here the leaves are changing, and I want to take a solemn, quiet walk around the cemeteries here, just basque in the falling leaves and reverence that fills those hallowed grounds.

    XX.
    Mae Lu, thereafterish.

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  13. Just reading the title of this post made my heart flutter... I dream of someday visiting Pere Lachaise. One of my all time favorite poets/musicians rests there... the one and only Jim Morrison. <3

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  14. Love the whole outfit you're wearing here; jumpsuit, shades, shoes and bag :)

    www.purelovefashionn.blogspot.com x

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  15. I love your romper. And thanks for all the trip photos, I feel like I get to see a part of the world too!

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  16. I've always found cemeteries to be a place full of mystery and serenity, a great place for a photoshoot, if one isn't into superstition...

    You have the best collection of rings. I love all three that you're wearing.

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  17. Thank you for sharing the trip photos, they are beautiful!
    Now you made me want to go there, too ;)

    I love your Outfit, too, you look very pretty!

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  18. Did you find Oscar Wilde? I spent hours trying to find him. The map was hardly any help. Apparently his tomb is covered in lipstick kiss marks.

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  19. Love the pictures! I was there 6 years ago, but my camera was not as nice as it is now! I wish I had these great shots!
    ps. cute outfit for a day walking around and exploring!

    http://lisafergus.blogspot.com/

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  20. Cemetery photos are the best :)
    Hope you having a lot of fan!! you look pretty

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  21. Oooh! I LOVED "getting lost" in Pere Lachaise! What amazing background for photos!

    Bubbs
    www.paris-on-my-mind.blogspot.com

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  22. i dun wanna sound THAT ignorant, but i really had NO idea that there was a "most visited cemetry"; and on top of that, i had to google search who Thomas Couture was! this post has been quite educational for me, dear!

    i like the soaring bird ring u've got. i think it really matches the outfit well :)


    (p.s. thanks for the visit; i didnt think u'll visit that soon, considering the numbers of comments u've got! its really been a pleasant surprise *smiles*)


    http://diaryofbabyandbear.blogspot.com/

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  23. really great photography here! beautiful!

    and thanks for visiting my blog! :)
    -emily
    http://www.informalthing.blogspot.com

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  24. That is some graveyard. Love your romper. SarahD:)

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  25. I think it may be one of my favourite places in the whole world. It sounds like you picked the perfect day to go, and the pictures are breathtaking! I've never experience Paris in the fall but I absolutely have to one day...

    red carpet & rebellion
    www.alysspageot.blogspot.com

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  26. love all of these photos. i feel like i was there, they definitely capture the atmosphere of the place. especially like the last photo, there's just something about it :]

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  27. Truly lovely photographs. You have such a great eye! Adore your romper. And that last photo of you walking away is so lovely and haunting. Makes me want to go there...or somewhere...and walk and be and dream.

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  28. Lovely photos, you have such a good eye.

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  29. these are really great photos. I feel like I'm there, just looking at them :)

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  30. oohhh that romper is amazing!! i wanna shop in primark!! i've heard of nice things about it.. :)

    Animated Confessions

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  31. I think cemeteries are quite beautiful. great photos

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  32. Hauntingly beautiful. What an amazing place. Perhaps one day I'll see it myself.

    Your romper is adorable, by the way.

    :o)Sarah

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  33. oh i loved that cemetery, it gave me quite the goosebumps just walking there! you made some lovely photos (:

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  34. Love that place... more than that, love your look there. JELLY!!

    XX00 lusty

    (it's been a while... missed you!)

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  35. perfect outfit for these locations!

    http://www.benchesandchandeliers.com

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  36. Wow that place is beautiful, amazing sculptures! I love your accessories, and the romper is wonderful on you!

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  37. Cemeteries can be so beautiful during the day! Cool rings, as always!

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  38. It is an amazing place to visit, you take stunning pictures and you look lovely in them too. I really like the first one where you are sat beside Thomas Couture.

    Ellie Rose

    xxx

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  39. Lovely photos! I'm fairly certain I'm having a love affair with all of your shoes, and your romper is adorable!

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  40. oooo this romper is very miu miu! LOVEE ittt. and love how its not super short.

    love seeing all these location shots! xo, Kim www.eatsleepwear.com

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  41. Nice pictures I really enjoyed! Greets From Taiwan

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  42. haha, mental, I was there on wednesday. it's awesome, huh? xx

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  43. When my husband and I toured Pere Lachaise it was cold and rainy, and I imagine that's the best weather in which to tour a cemetery. We were also a bit hungover which added to the glum mood of the place. I'm really enjoying all your photos of the trip (and the style of your travelling wardrobe!)

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