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Treat Yo'self | Your Guide to Paris Hair & Care

Alright ladies and gents, if you didn’t know already, Treat Yo’self Day is October 13th and although we would have loved to have timed this post to publish on the big day itself, it just wasn’t written in the stars our blog planner. The Treat Yo’self concept was first introduced to me by the Parks and Rec family. Through their guidance and wisdom, I was able to legitimize dedicating a day to myself, getting a manicure, a facial, and a massage. ...

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The holidays are right around the corner and you’re gearing up to spend it with loved ones.  What better way to spoil them then finding them some awesome wintertime gifts from Paris.  Here are our top picks for this season: For the Stylish Overacheiver: It’s no secret we’ve been a fan of Kasia Dietz’s handbags for awhile, but have we mentioned how much we love her new Istanbul and Bali print bags?! They’re great for toting around your laptop and work related gadgets, plus the exotic print will make you feel like......

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Living in Paris means having access to so many great things to do, including museums, restaurants and concerts. It can sometimes feel like I am constantly going, constantly surrounded by crowds of people. On top of that, the dreary winters can really bring me down.  Sometimes I just need to take a break from it all and recharge. A day at the spa is the perfect way to do that. The SFP team loves checking out the various spas around the city! L’échappée (which our friend Kasia, of Kasia Dietz Handbags, recently wrote......

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Paris is getting colder and the temperatures will only drop in the next few weeks. We all know that no one moves to Paris for the weather, so here are some of our favorite warm and cosy tea, coffee and goodie spots to keep your spirits high, and your fingers warm.     La Loire dans la Theiere 3 Rue des Rosiers, 75004  Open Monday – Friday from 10am – 7:30pm; Saturday & Sunday from 9:30am – 7:30pm 01 42 72 90 61 Named after the dormouse who gets dunked in the......

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Le Marais is one of those areas in Paris that you will just never be able to get enough of. I love it because of its complicated and juxtaposing history where it started out as a marshland that was then built up to house the aristocracy around Place des Vosges and then it morphed into the Jewish neighborhood in Paris and then, all of a sudden in the 1970s it was the center of homosexuality. Today, as I walk down the old cobblestone streets, all of these contrasting histories pop out at......

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