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Monochromatic Black in Paris

I love Paris, I love everything about it. From the stunning architecture and the kind, open-minded people to the museums and exhibitions: the city is enchanting in so many ways. I never get tired of visiting it and rediscovering its beauty.

I had the opportunity of spending three days in Paris last week as part of a study trip my university organised. So of course, I took it. There was so much to see that it was impossible to fit everything into three short days but we tried to make the most of it.

The images below are from our visit to Notre-Dame on our first day. We kept getting lost in the neighbourhood and ended up finding a lot of stunning little streets, bridges and cafés. We only found the Notre Dame an hour after making it to the right Metro station but we didn’t regret getting lost.

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Top- Zara, Pants- Asos, wigs: addwigs, Boots- similar here,  Dress: instyledress

Photo Credits: Komal Ishtiaq

I wanted to be comfortable because I knew we would be doing a lot of walking (my Pedometer counted 18.000 steps that day) so I chose simple wide-leg trousers and a black top with statements shoulders, puffy sleeves and asymmetric lace details on the front. To add an interesting detail I wore my favourite red lipstick and kept my hair simple in its natural texture by taming it in a messy low ponytail.

I have already been to Paris several times before so I was excited to soak up the atmosphere yet again and discover new places instead of only seeing the typical sights. I will also share another outfit post from Paris soon and I am beyond excited because I love the photos that we shot.

I hope you enjoyed this post and get inspired!

XO, Sevda

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  • Reply Jacob February 21, 2017 at 1:59 am

    The filmly traceries of gothic fretwork, the needle-like minarets, the baroque, graceful, and bewildering architecture of every window as well as turret, and then there’s you, Sevda in ‘Monochromatic Black’, impressing with the feeling of awe. The excessive beauty scarce seems constant while the eye rests upon you ;)

    • Reply Sevda February 21, 2017 at 2:16 pm

      Thank you, Jake. You’re too sweet!

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