Back in the UK for next and last two months. It went so fast and I really want to enjoy my last moments here but I feel like I am already gone. I left my mind in Paris where everything regarding my future is happening. I am currently drowning into paperworks and master's applications and I sometimes forget I am still in England. 

When I think about my time here it's a supercut. I can't remember it all - probably one good reason to start journaling - and it feels unreal, a bit like a dream. A good one though. I always had some difficulties dealing with the 'leaving the moment' thing. I am either thinking about the past or the future. I can't stop and focus on the present. Then I reminisce the "present" a bit later and keep it as a memory. I guess that how my brain process and why everything feels like a dream. 

Also, a quick note on underwear and bras more particularly. Finding a good bra is a battle and it is probably the reason why I have been wearing the same three bras for years. Here, I am wearing Upbra's Perfect T-shirt Bra. I was quite surprised and amazed by how it fits, helds and lifts naturally my small boobies (lol). You can also adjust the lifting accordingly to your taste : it is really amazing, you can go from 0 to 100 real quick. I also got to try the Convertible Bra which can be worn with or without straps, it is really good and perfect for this summer underneath off-the-shoulders tops, you won't regret it!


Made it back to Paris in one piece. The weather is sunnier and warmer than in England, it feels good. The other day I wandered around the 1er arrondissement, my ultimate favourite, said hello to la Joconde and ended up at Les Halles as usual. Rivoli and le Marais are probably where I spend most of my time, probably because of the architecture and how beautiful it looks when the sun is out.

I feel like I always gravitate around the same places here and for most of them they are very touristical. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I live in the suburb and not in central Paris. I am familiar with less touristical areas but I don't find them as entertaining as the ones that actually are, which is probably why they're not crowded with tourists. Anyway, here is a little list of my favourite places around the 1st and 3rd arrondissements : Rue Rivoli and Place Vendome (Paris' fanciest street)Le Pont des Arts (giving you a beautiful view on l'Ile de La Cité when the sun is out), Les Jardins du Palais Royal (love how hidden they are), Les Jardins des Tuileries and the Louvre, Les Halles (Central Paris' big mall), Le Marais (and its little streets full of great cafés, restaurants, bars and thriftshops), Centre Pompidou (a colourful building filled with art and a cool library), Place de l'Hotel de Ville (a nice spot to have a break). 

I found that tee the day before going back home in a thriftshop in Notts. Actually, my friend found it. The same friend that found the jacket I am wearing on these pictures. I am really thinking about making her my personal assistant when I go shopping. She really has a gift for finding cool things. Anyway, this tee is literally me every day of my life #mood. It makes me laugh so much. 

jacket - primark / t-shirt - thrifted / jeans - mango outlet / sunglasses - polette 

Photo credits: thanks douglas for taking these. 
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