Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Paris Shopping Guide for Fashionistas

Paris is studded with great places to shop due to which it attracts millions of tourists every year, as they book Cheap Flights to visit the city, also known as a shopper’s dream. Parisians have an immaculate sense of fashion and it is no surprise that this fashion capital remains the hub of all couture things. The top Fashion Districts of Paris are sure to quench the thirst of designer divas, discount-hunters, window shopper and fashionista alike so, go ahead and make sure you take home some of the best things from Paris.

French Designer Handbags

Which woman can resist this? A designer handbag truly reflects the personality of a woman as she carries her entire world in it. Louis Vuitton certainly springs to your mind but if you want something mainstream then you can go for Lanvin. Try Chanel classic flap if budget is not an issue and again a little different then go with Celine, not the regular one but Celine luggage tote- an envelope tote in ultra luxury python skin.  Still can’t find the one then go for fairly affordable and unquestionably French designer  handbag from Longchamp.

Hunt for Designer Shoes

Roger Vivier is something which is adored by most women as they have some classic designer shoes, comfy flats from Hermes is also a good deal which is very much French in style. You can also try the famous ballet flats from Repetto or YSL which is French too. Do not forget to check out the comfortable and cute Spanish shoe brand from Majorca which is loved by all gals. Again the ornate, vibrant and sparkly shoes from high-end Italian designer is gradually becoming the staple shoes in the wardrobes of fashion conscious Parisians so grab the deals that offer Last Minute Flights to Paris.

Buy Cosmetics at Viseart

Viseart is a place that is well known in the fashion and film world because it has recently opened up a make-up bar that offers quality cosmetics that are good value for money. The assistants are professional that help you to find the right cosmetic by appointment and give you a 45-minute makeover for €45 (£31) and a 90-minute make-up lesson in which you can experiment with your new look at €90 (£62). At a department store you are simply a customer but at Viseart you’ll be treated like a queen.

Chocolates and Macarons
Try the macarons from Laudree, Champs Elysees that is along the Saint Honore Metro stop, Pierre Herme who might be able to claim the title of world’s most applauded living pastry chef. He is lauded for his creative and perfectly made mouth-melting macarons. You can also check out this Japanese patisserie known as Sadaharu Aoki at Galleries Lafayette.

 A Bottle of Perfume
The die-hard fans of most elegant, bespoke and unique fragrance will find Paris the ultimate destination to find the perfume of their choice. Some of the world’s most experienced and prestigious noses work here that contribute to the traditional perfume industry of medieval times when fragrance was used for medicinal and curative purposes only. French perfumes are made up of some finest ingredients due to which they smell wonderful and last longer. Do not leave Paris without a bottle of perfume from Caron and L’Artisan perfumes, if you fancy something less commercially available. Other classic ones like Guerlian and Fragonard, while the niche and trendy- Serge Lutens is sure to satiate your hunt for the best fragrance.


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