I recently was asked a question about what to wear…

I recently was asked a question about what to wear…

I recently was asked a question about what to wear to restaurants in Paris: “Do people usually dress up for dinner?” Generally speaking, unless it’s a casual café environment, yes. Paris is a city that loves to show off style, and wearing something fun and unique at night while you’re out helps set the mood. But that can be a bit challenging when traveling because it requires extra space in your luggage.

Just a pair of heels and some interesting jewelry can easily elevate an outfit. Some restaurants have a dress code – I have seen tourists try to get into the Bar Hemingway at the @ritzparis in shorts and open-toed shoes! Ack!

But what if you are going to a Michelin restaurant, for example? And you want to wear a killer dress 💃🏼 but don’t have the budget or room in your bag for that sort of thing? Here’s a hack for you: @unerobeunsoir

I ADORE this company. If you are here for longer than a week, this is your best solution for dress and bag rentals. You can book a dress in advance and have it delivered on your chosen day. If you are worried about the fit, you can schedule a visit to their STUNNING showroom for free and try on a few dresses to find the perfect fit. Plus, they have cute little purses to rent too. I am wearing a beautiful @ralphlauren dress that I fell in love with at their office in these photos.

And the best thing about it? There’s practically nothing to do after you wear the pieces. The dress comes with a return bag and shipping label. Just march up to the nearest post office and drop the bag off. It’s just that easy!

This post is NOT sponsored! I am an avid fan, and I love hacks like this when traveling. Bring your favorite heels, and you’ll be the star of the show!

Restaurant location: @brasserie_bofinger

Bisous and big hugs from France,
And happy New Year to all of you beautiful stars,

🇫🇷 France 🇫🇷, forever.

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