Stripes in Paris
Paris. We arrived in Paris in a freezing cold – believe me, I had never felt so cold in my life (not even in Switzerland) – but even that didn’t stop the magic of being in the city light and watching it by the snow. Anyways, since we booked our trip to Paris I wanted to wear these stripes at Palais Royal. Of course it’s striped in stripes (what a cliché) – but it worked out just as I’ve imagined it, although it was not an easy shot: it was -8 ° C. Yes, we bloggers, influencers, and photography lovers, in general, do a lot of crazy – from cold weather to rocking on cliffs, for an inspiring photo. Some people think it’s silly, I think it’s a form of expressive rebellion. What do you think?
Paris has the great advantage that fails in many cities: it is absolutely photogenic. In every street we look at there is a piece of art, a beautiful architecture or a lovely corner.<br />
Still, Paris has the great advantage that fails in many cities: it is absolutely photogenic. In every street we look at there is a piece of art, a beautiful architecture or a lovely corner.
For this very reason (and because we both already knew the city), we took advantage of the first day to do precisely what we should all do in any city: we got lost in the streets and we were inspired by the people, the sounds, the colors and of course, by the art.
There were a lot of things that made me happy on this trip (I can not believe I was invited to fashion shows at Paris Fashion Week and I was there: I think that, wherever my mother is, she had a finger on it), but the most important thing was the inspiration brought to me. In fact, for me, this is always the best thing about traveling.