About a week ago, I have finally tried Season restaurant with my friend Laurie. I’d heard of it for a while but I had never took time to test it. The Season opened a year and a half ago (I know I am very late :) ) in the heart of le Marais right next to the Carreau du Temple.
The place is a mix of a coffee shop; a juice bar and a new kind of Parisian “bistrot”. With its fresh products and gluten free meals, the Season is definitely a healthy and trendy destination. The restaurant raises the bar very high in terms of taste. Those who expect to eat bland seeds will be pleasantly surprised.
You know what I mean right? When you come across the most exquisite shoes ever and you must have them because you know your soul need them (#shallow)? Well that’s exactly what happened when my path crossed these gorgeous heels. I was in some random outlet shopping area in the north of France when I entered the “3 Suisses” store. As soon as I stepped in, a woman starting to announce that there was a huge discount on top of the actual discount for the following 30 minutes.
If you’re like me, you want your interior to look as stylish a you. You want it to reflect your good taste and of course you don’t want it look cheap. The thing is we don’t always have the budget to buy luxurious items from say Jonathan Adler or Eichholtz. However, I do have 10 tips to always have a home that looks like a million bucks even when you are on a budget!
Si vous êtes comme moi, vous aimeriez que votre intérieur soit aussi stylé que vous, qu’il soit chic et surtout pas cheap. Le truc c’est qu’on n’a pas forcément le budget pour faire son shopping chez Jonathan Adler ou Eichholtz. Néanmoins, j’ai 10 astuces pour toujours avoir un chez soi qui soit chic pour pas (trop) cher.
For the last 10 years, the skinny jeans have been an essential part of my wardrobe. Since the day they entered my life, I have not worn anything else. Does anyone remember the kind of jeans that we wore before 2006? I just can’t!
Today, even though they have slightly evolved and I almost always wear them ripped, I realize that I have a hard time wearing another jean style. At some point, I remember that the 70s flare jeans with the very wide bottom attempted a comeback. But I have never worn them beyond the fitting rooms.