As mentioned in the previous blog post (click here), my boyfriend and I went to Paris at the beginning of the week. On the second day of our trip, we visited the large cemetery of Père Lachaise to find the graves of singer Edith Piaf, novelist Oscar Wilde, fabulist Jean de la Fontaine and many more. Below you can see some pictures of the cemetery and what I was wearing that day.
By the way, it might come across as lugubrious to visit a cemetery, but fortunately it was a bright and sunny midday.
In the afternoon we strolled through to city, passing the river Seine, the cathedral Notre Dame and many more lovely buildings and parks. Have a look at the pictures below.
Père Lachaise: tombs of Jean de la Fontaine and Moliére.
Side stream of the Seine.
Île de la Cité.
The Seine and the oldest bridge in Paris: Pont Neuf.
A cute flower shop in Rue des Saints-Pères.
I was wearing: Coat-Massimo Dutti, Bag-Chanel, Jeans-Tommy Hilfiger, Sneakers-Nike, Sweater-La Petite Française, Scarf-Homemade, Sunglasses-Ray Ban