We enjoyed a few days in Paris at the end of July, and loved every single minute. A few highlights were dinner at Le Voltaire with my niece Michaela, running into Kelly Rutherford who was so sweet and reposted two of my posts to her IG stories, a visit to the Rodin Museum and Musee D'Orsay and shopping at Simrane, Ines de La Fressange, and Le Château de Ma Mère. My final day was spent in Montmartre before leaving for Ireland.

It seemed to rain only whenever I stepped inside a museum or cafe. The overcast weather felt perfect because it was never too hot.

I loved all of the bicycles and scooters.


Such a fun city!

This is one of my favorite pics from the trip.



The colors of the doors were so striking.


My friend Tina Bhojwani, cofounder of AERA New York, recommended Le Voltaire and it was a perfect choice.

With my niece Michaela at Le Voltaire. I'm wearing the Black Valerie Dress which is part of our Archive Sale.


The Rodin Museum must look even better on a sunny day, however I still think it is one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Love this chandelier.

View from Musée d'Orsay.



My Greta Satchel and Navy & White Floral Emma Dress.


An antique drinking fountain.



The breakfast was the best part of my stay. So cozy with fresh bread, juice and coffee.


Le Château de Ma Mère was at the top of my list to visit so I was so pleased to find that it was just around the corner from the hotel. Such a charming shop and the saleswomen were so lovely.

Wicker & block print heaven.
I stumbled upon the Maria De La Orden shop and immediately fell in love with this brand.

Adore the bold colors and fun prints.

Instant mood lifter.

I love the eighties vibe of this little crochet bag.

I'm such a fan of this woman and her brand. This was my first visit to the Ines De La Fressange shop.

Such a chic shop!

A trip to Paris would not be complete without a visit to Simrane.

I wanted one of everything.

I could live in this shop. Literally.


My final day in Paris was spent in Montmartre where my niece and her boyfriend live. It is such a charming, historic town with so many quaint shops and cafes on narrow cobblestones streets that transport you to another era. Two of my drivers mentioned that it is their favorite neighborhood, and I was not disappointed!

The view from the top is apparently amazing and looked like a good workout!

I was told that Amelie was filmed here.

Michaela in the Emma Dress and a mini Longchamp bag.

That concludes the Paris trip. With the exception of Le Voltaire, I didn't focus on dining because I was only in Paris for a limited time and often ate wherever was most convenient. I know many of you found me through Heather Clawson of Habitually Chic, and her Paris Guide is so comprehensive and has all of the best spots for dining and shopping, etc. I highly suggest purchasing it if you haven't already. I'm already looking forward to my next trip to Paris and enjoying more of her recommendations.

Please stay tuned for our next Wynne's World post with our visit to Ireland!


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