You booked your tickets, made your plans and now it’s packing time.What do you wear in Paris?
Traveling in spring-summer is better than winter. Winter clothes (coats, sweaters, boots, etc… ) need a lot of space.
I have been in Paris two times (in September 2014 and May 2015). I was expecting chilly weather in September and I was expecting warm weather in April but it was opposite.
When I went to Paris in May, I was freezing in the mornings. I went there only three days and weather forecast was showing those dates cold and rainy. Luckily, it didn’t rain so much but it was freezing in mornings.
In my last day, weather started to become warn and when I checked the weather forecast after I left Paris, weather was hot.
In today’s post, I would like to share what to pack for Paris
If you plan to visit churches, it is important to dress appropriately. Eliminate low cut dresses, backless dresses and anything above the knee.
During the day, you can opt stylish dresses, jeans, blazer or leather jacket.
For evening, you can opt a chic dress, silky blouse and trousers.
You can wear tailored looking shorts or skirts. If the weather is chilly, you can opt sheer tights.
If you go there in spring or fall, you can opt ballet flats, espadrilles or ankle boots. Sneakers are also trendy and look lovely but pick leather ones such as Stan Smiths or Superstar.
You can add blank shawl into your luggage. You can use as blanket in airplane or shawl in the evenings.
Pick outfits in neutral solids and fitted silhouette.
What is your favorite Love in Roe outfit for Paris? Let me know below