A Weekend In Paris: Day Four

Paris Day Four

It’s the fourth and final day of my Paris series here on the blog, but if you still haven’t had enough of the Parisian je ne sais quoi over the past couple of weeks, never fear! Tomorrow’s video upload will be my Paris haul, so you can have a nosy at what I bought while I was in the city. For today though, we’re rewinding time, back to my last outfit of the trip. We spent our last full day in Paris wandering Notre Dame, Rue de Rivoli, the Centre George Pompidou and taking a ride in an open top bus to soak up the awe-inspiring architecture.

Paris Day Four
Paris Day Four
Paris Day Four

For the unpredictable day of adventure, I put on a fail-safe favourite dress. Every girl has (or should have) a dress that she constantly wears, feels great in and that practically goes with everything. This skull dress, is mine. Not even the fattest of ‘fat days’ could make me feel bad in this, it’s super flattering, doesn’t crease, has a fun print, can be dressed up or down, worn with or without a belt, isn’t too feminine or directional, and the skulls I feel give it a little edge. What more could you want? I got this from a concession within Outfit a few years ago. The rest of this monochromatic outfit is the same as the other three days!

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That’s it for today’s final Paris blog post, I hope you’ve enjoyed this series. Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments, or via Twitter @MillieDelacoe. If you still haven’t seen my Paris vlog and lookbook yet, be sure to check out on my Youtube channel, here! Until next time…

Millie x

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