Mid-day in Paris

After my time in London ended, I headed down to Paris for the week.
Going to Paris was a dream come true (full travel details will be in an upcoming post). Seeing the Eiffel Tower, let alone living right next to it, has been so surreal. I still managed to admire Paris as much as I could, despite terrible planning. 

Pixie Market shirt (ON SALE) }
For this outfit, I went with something a little more laid back. I did finish a whirlwind of a semester in London, didn't I? I opted for a long tied-dyed grid shirt for some comfiness and belted the top to add some figure. However, like always, it ended up being to short. My solution? Add a black skirt, just like what I did with a previous post - Draped Dress & Metallic Detailing
{Aritzia coat (ON SALE) }
I went with my trusty classic black peacoat from Aritzia for my outwear. It's been years since I had it and it's still keeping up so well. However, it's not exactly the warmest of coats. 
Ever since I received my moon necklace as a present, I've been wearing it nonstop. The meaning behind a moon crescent symbolizes change, growth, and the ability to thrive, which is quite fitting for the New Year. 
 And finally, these boots!!! I can not even begin to count how many times I've tried on a pair of these boots but refrained from buying them, but I finally decided to splurge on these over-the-knee boots from Stuart Weitzman while I was in London. Even while wearing tights, my legs were kept warm with these beauties. So in love with them
I hope you liked this quick outfit post from Paris~
Happy Sunday! 

Pixie Market shirt (ON SALE) |
Aritzia coat (ON SALE / similar) |
Piperlime black skirt (ON SALE / similar) | 
Rebecca Minkoff Mini Mac |
Etsy necklace from Muse411 |

Photography Credit: Peter Li