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Shop like a Parisian









Is your closet full to the brim? Do you often say that you have nothing to wear but yet have clothes sitting in your closet, some of which still have tags attached? If you in fact answered 'yes' to both questions, it's time to start shopping like a Parisian!

A Parisian woman pays careful consideration to what she already has in her wardrobe and looks at what she needs and sticks to a plan, without going off track and spend money on unnecessary items that will end up hanging in the closet unworn.

For years now I have been shopping like a Parisian and it certainly has paid off. No longer do I buy things on sale, well,  because they're on sale (does this sound familiar?), but now I have a set plan which is leading me to a more workable closet. By that, I mean choosing garments that can be easily worn in more that one way to create a multitude of different looks. I will never buy an item if I cannot see it working with clothing I already own. In conjunction to this, buying high quality designer garments ensures the garments will stand the test of time. Oh, and buying classics versus trends, means you'll have the item for a lot longer too!

Are you ready to start shopping like a Parisian?

Yours in style

Suzi x

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  1. Love this post so much ! I didnt know what being a Parisian shopper was and I have to say I very much like it ;) Should be more of a Parisian one :p

    xx

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