|Easy and comfortable for hours in a museum.|
As the French government wrangles over the proposition for Sunday store openings, let’s forget about shopping today. Instead let’s go to a museum or two shall we?
Clearly the Louvre would take more than the time we have in Paris to explore its treasures, but you could choose specific areas you might want to investigate or revisit. The Musée D’Orsay is another challenge when time is limited although you could check to see about current expositions and spend time enjoying them with a quick turn in other rooms.
My friends have told me that the renovation of the Picasso museum, just recently reopened, is phenomenal. (It’s on my agenda.)
Material girl that I am, I love the Musée des Arts Decoratifs — the furniture, stylish vignettes, the clothes. . .and the gift shop (!) If you’re looking for divine take home cadeaux, look no further. (I’m assuming the boutique is open on Sunday and doesn’t fall under the no Dimanche shopping law.)
|Nothing new here except the earrings which are simply another version of the lapis we’ve worn before. You have a choice of shoes and do wear your gorgeous Chanel as a cross-body bag.|
Today I have dressed you in the black jeans you may or may not have worn on the plane (I’m not wearing jeans because, as I’ve explained — even though I don’t understand the explanation myself — I don’t wear jeans). If you prefer, you can wear your black trousers in place of the jeans.
It’s a gorgeous spring day with a slight chill in the air so you might want to top everything off with your raincoat.
You will note that you threw that leopard scarf into your suitcase and haven’t had the opportunity to wear it until today (maybe) and you added the beige Uniqlo t-shirt to your collection. After all, Uniqlo is just a few steps away from Printemps and Galeries Layfayette and I’m sure you’ve been to either or both.