Meg Takes Paris by Storm
This cultural landmark houses over 50,000 contemporary art exhibitions including a grand public library and event space.
Meg’s chosen piece for this museum venture is a multicolored tunic.
For a post Pompidou cocktail and light meal, head over to famous Le Bar at the four seasons in George V hotel. Le Bar’s interior is decorated in rich mahogany and cognac colored woods giving the space a nice intimate and Parisian feel. For this occasion, Meg will be packing a sexy and sophisticated little black dress.
3.The Shakespeare and Co Bookshop
Opened by George Hemmingway, this bookshop originally doubled as a library, publisher and boarding house for a multitude of writers from the 19th century to present. Meg will most definitely be packing her eyeglasses.
Erected in 1889, This iconic
tower is the tallest structure in Paris and the most-visited paid monument in the world. The view is spectacular but it can get pretty chilly that high up so Meg plans to bring a coat.
This delicious little bar restaurant is steps away from the Louvre museum. For being so close to tourist attractions, this place boasts a reasonably priced brunch and dinner menu. Meg’s chosen piece for this destination is a striped blazer.
Said to have some of the best shopping in central paris, this neighborhood houses some of the best little Parisian boutiques such as Garrice. Meg plans to stay comfortable and fashionable in sneakers.
This family apartment-style restaurant allows customers to choose different rooms to eat in that include lounge style, dining room, bedroom or boudoir. The simple French menu gives off a wholesome appeal. Meg’s bold necklace is bound to make a statement here.