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Where to stay in Paris: MonHotel Lounge & Spa

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Paris? What do you associate this magical city with? I imagine old Parisian buildings with balconies. Not an Eiffel Tower nor the Arc de Triomphe nor even a Disneyland, but balconies. I picture myself standing on such balcony, admiring the view and breathing the Parisian air. Sounds dreamy, right? But dreams do come true. Last month, me and my boyfriend had a chance to visit Paris. We have stayed at the beautiful MonHotel Lounge & Spa located between La Défense, the Porte Maillot, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Champs Eysées. Such a fantastic location, don’t you agree? The most iconic places you need to visit in Paris are just around the corner! The hotel was recently redesigned and extended and now it counts 50 newly decorated rooms. We were accommodated in Club Couture, the biggest room in the hotel.  This…

Dear Paris, I love you! French Women Style Tips

Bonjour!When I last visited Paris I’ve noticed how effortless, yet elegant and feminine French women look like. I created this 5 tips “cheat sheet” for looking stylish and chic in the best French manner.1. It’s not a secret that French women are known for their elegance and femininity, however, if you look at their clothes you won’t see anything pretentious or flashy. They would rather prefer basic colours, simple prints and cuts.2. Flats are the footwear of choice for a French girl. They’re way more practical and comfortable for walking on cobblestone streets.3. Keep accessories to a minimum. Add some accents with minimalistic jewellery such as delicate necklace or bracelet.4. Leave it undone. Your can leave your shirt half-tucked or strap not completely tied. Looking purposefully unpolished is a French art which hard to learn. But believe me that’s worth it5. When it comes to French style – less is more. Uncomplicated outfits…

Memories from Barcelona

This summer I have visited the beautiful city of Barcelona. This trip left an indelible memories and inspired me to create this romantic look.Summer wide brim hat, flirty polka dot dress and playful smile are the key elements of this look. And “voila“ just for a couple of hours I felt like a lady from the 50s. It is worth mentioning that polka dot dresses came from the early 50s, when famous couturier Yves Saint Laurent showed polka dot textile to the world. Bright dots on a dark fabric or vice versa, dark dots on a light fabric – is a classic version of the print which will never go out of fashion. I hope that it‘s still warm and sunny in your country and you will be able to wear your favourite polka dot dress! Have a lovely weekend everyone!