Le Tour Eiffel
What better a way to end the Paris Travel Diaries than with a little Eiffel Tower, the most notable landmark in perhaps the entire world and definitely the first thing that comes to mind when anyone thinks of the grand city of Paris. The Eiffel Tower has stood tall (the tallest in Paris in fact) in the 7th Arrondissement since 1889 World’s Fair where it stood as the entrance. Many people don’t know that it was originally intended to stay in Paris for only 20 years and in 1909 it would be turned over to the city and dismantled. The Eiffel Tower proved itself to be great for communication purposes and was allowed to stay beyond it’s original permits. And that’s all for our little French history lesson. I always find it amazing the vast history of the places that I travel to. I mean you can call me a dork but I love doing research on my phone about this museum or that landmark while waiting in lines or on the way somewhere in an uber. It’s amazing the little facts and secrets you can find out that you may never have known just by doing a little research!
This was my last day in Paris so I went for a bit more casual of a look and wore this Reformation gingham print jumpsuit I had been waiting to wear my entire trip. I paired the jumpsuit with a classic leather moto jacket and go to white Prada chunky sandals. Obviously, I’m me and I had to add a little extra extra to the look with my bright pink Gucci GG Marmont Bag and Luv AJ Cross Hoop. Au revoir Paris!