The Slip Dress in Paris


The Slip Dress, as I’ve shared in a previous post, it basically the only dress you’ll ever need in Paris. I wore it in Canal St. Martin which is more boho, more urban, more arty and chill areas of Paris. It’s also one of my favorite neighborhoods being that it houses my favorite restaurant in the world, Chez Prune. This happens to be the only dress a brought with me to Paris and it worked out just fine. I wore it shopping and I wore it on a night to dinner and with a change of a jacket or a shoe, it worked perfectly. Dare I say, it may be the only dress you’ll ever need anywhere. Not just in Paris. It would work equally as well in New York. But for the sake of trying to pack light and avoiding a weight issue at the airport and having to fork over extra dough for heavy luggage (this has happened to me twice before), one dress is a God sent.

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Photography by Tatyana Smirnova

Dress: KES via Revolve | Jacket: H&M | Shoes: Tibi Fur Slides & Proenza Schouler Mules | Bag: c/o Uncommon Goods | Earrings: & Other Stories

I may never need another dress again. I had such a blast taking the photos too. We were very near Rue de Camoens which is a dead end street with a gorgeous view of the Eiffel Tower. I can only image how romantic it would be to stand there at night while the tower is all lit up. Needless to say, buying this dress was one of the smartest things I’ve done this year. I’ve officially jumped on the slip dress bandwagon. But then again this one is so good, I don’t think I’ll ever need to invest in another. It’s also great to sleep in! I’ve slept in it too.

Also, check out how I budgeted my entire Paris Trip Day 1-3 and Day 4-6! I’m super proud of these two posts, mainly because it took me forever to do them. lol.




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