A couple of weeks ago, I went to Quai Saint-Bernard in the 5th arrondissement of Paris. When temperatures are rising, Parisians enjoy walking along the banks of the Seine river. It's a very popular spot for picnics. If you like dancing that's even better. You can take free salsa classes from mid-May until September. Wouldn't it be nice to dance while looking at the sunset? If you ever come to Paris, I highly recommend this activity.
When I'm running errands I want to feel put-together and comfortable. I don't know about you but I'm tired of wearing hoodies and sweatpants. If you're looking for an alternative, this thrifted look is for you. I'm a huge fan of padded jackets because it instantly structure a look. I bought this menswear blazer two months ago and I've been wearing it non-stop. It looks beige on camera but it's more taupe. It's in perfect condition and it was only 3 euros. There's no tag on it so I can't tell you what size it is or where it's from. Next, I've layered a white ribbed top underneath. It's originally from Etam, a French brand known for having good wardrobe staples. I got it for 3 euros as well.
My jeans are either straight leg or mom jeans. This time, I wanted to try something different. It took me some time but I've finally found a good pair of wide leg jeans. It's super comfortable, slightly high waisted and very stretchy. It's not unusual to find items with tags still attached. This loose-fitting pants is originally from H&M. The initial price was 29,99 euros and I got it for 8 euros.
To accentuate the laid-back vibe, I opted for a pair of white chunky sneakers from Amazon (24 euros). I finished off my look with a clear wooden handle bag from Shein (12 euros) and silver rings from H&M.
Scroll down to see more details of what I typically wear while running errands.