Au Revoir, Paris


This is my last official post from Paris, but worry not as I still have Italy to visit before I head back to the States (and mundanity consumes!). It's hard to wrap-up how I feel about Paris; I guess it is mostly because life, impressions, and memories don't fit into neat little boxes. I certainly enjoyed my time there and I think its a lovely city, but those statements don't really express much.

I'm glad everyone else has enjoyed my posts. It has not always been easy blogging while traveling (and well, that journey isn't quite over!), but it's nice to have a virtual record of these times. When you are traveling the time flies by and you tend to so much in a short while that it all quickly fades from memory. I think I would be happy to put up with every inconvenience to do it again; I'd be just as happy if my blog was a travel blog as a style one since I think I care more about new places than I do about new clothes! Lately, I've been eyeing dresses and thinking "that's a plane ticket to the west coast!" So, I suppose as I leave Paris I'm more excited about seeing new places than sad to leave this one...








Outfit details:
UO jacket
secondhand leather skirt
Deux Lux purse
*all pictures by me at Parc des Buttes-Chaumon

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30 comments:

  1. beautiful photos, the bright leather skirt contrasts well with the waterfall. where is this? I never saw it when I went to Paris

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  2. I would like to hear more about this park/waterfall: never heard about such a place in Paris. It's beautiful.

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  3. Very cool outfit. Love the sweet-rocker vibe and that skirt is delish. Safe travels!

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  4. Well put! I totally agree with you!

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

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  5. great pictures! since you're going to italy watch out for your valuables, my teacher went there one year and said that a lot of people tried to steal from her. so watch out

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  6. The 5th picture is stunning!
    Can't wait to see pics from Italy!

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  7. your hair colour with the skirt! divine my friend x

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  8. Parc des Buttes-Chaumont! So lovely!!

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  9. I love your gifs.

    http://behindthelashes.com

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  10. beautiful photos!
    and your outift is lovely as well!
    <3

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  11. Fantastic photos. I really love that scarf. :)SarahD

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  12. I love this look, it looks very edgy & punky but with a nice bit of colour pop.

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  13. thank you for sharing it with us! Cant wait to see you posts from Italy, Im sure youll love it!

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  14. This seems exactly like the kind of outfit I would want to be traveling in. So great!

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  15. Wow, so beautiful! It looks lovely there. I have always wanted to go to paris. One day soon I hope.
    Enjoy the rest of your time abroad.
    belle

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  16. So chic and lovely Rebecca! You are such a stylish woman! Your pieces are classics and originals...maybe for 6 months you can travel and blog instead of shop and blog :)

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  17. @amberly, I wish I could! My typical shopping is actually way cheaper than my traveling and I'm a budget travel--hostels, street food, and price comparison the whole way! I think it's partly b/c the pound and euro are stronger than the dollar. But I do hope to do more traveling this year. Just need to sit and collect a bit more cash again. :)

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  18. your a gorgeous woman, and love the yellow leather skirt ... very classy

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  19. Did you alter the neckline of your Morrisfits tee? I have the same one, but the neck on mine is very tight! Just curious!

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  20. @Nicole, nope, not at all. Actually never experienced tight-neck syndrome with it, but it is loose all over on me. Also, now I've worn it so much it's looser!

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  21. im alr waiting in anticipation for ur upcoming italy pics :)

    ur bright yellow leather skirt is really eye-catching!

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  22. That is such a beautiful location to say goodbye to Paris in. Can't wait to see what Italy brings!

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  23. hi! i am a young Japanese girl.
    i'm looking forward to your blog!it's so cute!
    (sorry i can't speak English verry well・・)

    i remember you have another fashion blog before.
    (net shop or something. i remember you selled there your cute vintage clothes.)
    will you teach me blog's URL?
    i love it!
    Someday,i want to open cute net shop just like you!

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  24. Lovely blog. I found you through IFB and I can tell that you have a great sense of style.
    Lets become fashionable blogger friends and follow each other.
    Check out my blog and maybe you'll have the possibility in writing a recessionista chic post.
    www.thedollsfactory.com

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  25. What a goregous waterfall! Lovely photos.

    I hope you enjoy Italy as much as you have Paris, but I am sure you will. Once you are bitten by the travel bug you are infected for life as my sister and I can attest too!

    xox,
    bonita of Depict This!

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  26. @b. don't I know it! My first flight was at 6 months and since then I've lived abroad and studied abroad (3 times), and wandered all over in-between those. I don't think I'll ever stop.

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  27. Why stop travelling?! I wish i can trade places with you and explore those gorgeous countries you've visited.

    xoxo, http://heelsandwedges.blogspot.com

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  28. Love the outfit and I adore the traveling posts! I wish I could be there with you . . .

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  29. Love the outfit and I adore the traveling posts! I wish I could be there with you . . .

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