what to wear in paris when it rains

Dressing for the rainy season in Paris can often be tricky, especially if you are trying to look chic while avoiding getting wet from the rain. Many people don’t realize this, but it rains quite a bit in France. On average it rains 162 days a year! Before I moved here, I never realized how often it rained. Even when you search for photos of Paris, you will rarely see one with rain.

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na-kd discount code petite in paris carla dress

Summer in Paris is always scorching; it’s funny because every year Parisians always claim it’s never this warm. Yet, the 3 years I’ve been here it’s always been super hot in the summer, we are talking high 90s F (High 20s and low 30s C). One of the things I always struggle with is how to stay chic in this heat. Today, I’m sharing with you 3 Summer Outfits to wear this season to combat the heat.

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rooftop terrace at Galeries Lafayette

Hello summertime in Paris! With summer in full swing and the temperatures constantly rising, I’m always looking for a fun place to cool off and enjoy a nice refreshing drink and meal. I’ve mentioned this before but unless you’re one of the lucky few Paris apartments you don’t have air conditioning. I still haven’t become fully accustom to this, but I’ve learned that during this time of year the best solution is to go outside and enjoy Paris’s finest terraces.

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how to wear black and not look boring
When it comes to fashion, black is by far the most popular colour. That doesn’t come as a surprise, as black has always been associated with sophistication, class and even mystery. All-black outfits have no boundaries, it will take you from streetwear to smart-wear in no minute, from AM to PM, January to December – which is why it can sometimes get boring. So here is how to wear all-black and not look boring!

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