Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Je vais le prendre

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plaid skirt-ebay
ripped tee-this old thing?
sherpa bag-vintage
velvet boots-Opening Ceremony


Last outfit from Tokyo....I bought this skirt on ebay for about $12 shipped.  Couldn't resist the perfect PJ plaid and button front.

Irresponsibility got the best of me and I booked a last minute trip to PARIS with Eric and my 2 best friends! We leave tomorrow!!! I figured at 26 years old, it's about GD time I go to Paris....no??
Soo...if any of you lovely readers have any tips on the city of love please do tell...and in exchange I present you with this:

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I was looking through our old UNIF archives today and found this amazing myspace message.  UNIF fan knows WHATS UP


Au Revoir kids!!!

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56 comments:

  1. love the bag!have a safe trip to Pari


    http://tiffanyssmallworld.blogspot.com

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  2. Totally grunge. Love it. I think i might borough my brother's hat just because of this :)

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  3. you somehow find these amazing things and put them all together! that plaid skirt.. blue velvet shoes.. the fringe on that bag.. i could go onnnnn. anyway so fun being spontaneous!! have a great time in paris. i'm going for the first time this dec, can't wait!

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  4. Enjoy Paris!
    and you'll be right on time for Paris Fashion Week!
    xoxo

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  5. Paris is the best. I will go there on Monday for le fashion week. Here are some tips:
    -Colette. You probably know about this already, but its a great shop that provides a lot of inspiration and have nice collaborations and books. And clothes, accessories and jewelry off course.
    - Free ´P´Star. One of Paris most famous second hand shop. You need to do quite a lot of rummaging through boxes marked with 1 euro etc, but it´s all fun. It´s three floors if I remember right. You get access to the 3rd floor by a ladder. It´s at 8 rue Sainte-Croix de la bretonnerie et 61 rue de la Verrerie.
    -Tuileries Garden. For romantic strlls and inspiration.
    -O´jules Bistor at 2 Rue Bobillot. Great food, service and prices. Try their goast´s cheese tart, if you like goat´s cheese that is.

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  6. GOSH WOMAN.
    YOU ARE JUST COOL.

    Effortlessly Grunge.
    Love it.
    Kasssssss :)

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  7. awesome skirt dear! you're always so cool!

    www.abitoffashion.com

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  8. hahahah that last picture cracks me up. too cute.

    you're so right - every girl deserves to go to paris! have an amazing time - i know you will.

    x
    http://fashionhash.blogspot.com/

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  9. Hello! I love your blog, but I never left a comment! Few days will be in Paris? I will go too from 2nd at 9th of October! Will go to fashion week? I would like to see you there!

    Sorry for my english, I'm from Barcelona and I don't practice much. I hope you answer me!

    xoxo

    Ana-

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  10. haha...that message was pretty classic! And yo, that plaid skirt is insanely awesome...that's just one of those things I would need to see someone more creative than myself rock before I ventured to try it out. And you rocked it! Have fun in Paris.

    Fashion X K8

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  11. Ahhh the boots are stunning!

    xoxo, http://heelsandwedges.blogspot.com

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  12. love this outfit - you have fantastic grunge style

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  13. I'm also leaving tomorrow to Paris! Paris is quite expencive, but there are also other places to shop! In my opinion Montmartre is the most beautiful place in Paris, it is the place, where many artists live. I've also heard that in St-Ouen there is a great flea market/vintage/antique market place! go also to Point Neuf, it is a bridge close to Notre Damé, and it is really beautiful! And Notre Damé also is amazing...!

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  14. You MUST go get falafel on Rue des Rosiers in Paris. It is about 5 euro for a gigantic stuffed pita and it's seriously the most delicious thing you will ever eat, I'm telling you. There's also a lot of really cool shopping in the area, which is a good bonus.

    Also get sorbet on Ile St-Louis. It's not necessary to go to the Berthillon shop itself, just find another vendor on the island that sells Berthillon ice cream and sorbet. To. Die. For.

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  15. Have a beautiful trip to paris
    Rianna xxx

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  16. you look amazing. perfect grunge goddess and those shoes are amazing. i'm so obsessed with velvet shoes right now.

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  17. I love, love, love the skirt!

    Love, Nicky
    at: fashion-fruitcake.blogspot.com

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  18. hey!!!!!!

    u look absolutely stunnin!

    wow!

    everythin is perfect !love ur boots and skirt:))

    pls come visit and join!

    kiss

    www.thebeautifulandthehard.blogspot.com

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  19. enjoy paris!

    It's been like 7 years since I've been, but the things I would recommend most... eat as much fresh bread as you can! and keep your eyes peeled for street stands selling crepes, basically the best thing you can eat in the middle of the night.

    love that bag btw!

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  20. Thank you all for your kind suggestions!! I will put them to good use! xooxx

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  21. this combination is ridiculously insane... love it!

    be sure to check out my giveaway before it ends on Sunday!

    www.chasedakota.blogspot.com
    xx

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  22. where is that bra from!??!?! enjoy paris! i hope i can go one day!

    KeepItFvncy,
    M.E.

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  23. love that skirt and still love those shoes. and pretty much everywhere in paris is insanely wicked.

    check out aussie style blog LIKE A FOX at

    commeunrenard.blogspot.com
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    commeunrenard.blogspot.com

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  24. love it! nice style
    !

    come by
    http://spela-digitaltraveler.blogspot.com/

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  25. Fantastic look! I can't imagine how much more stylish you'll be in Paris!! You lucky lady! I've always wanted to travel there... after this cross country trip of mine though, I think I might have to wait on that one for a bit.

    Can't say I have any must see spots in Paris, but if you need any tips for around the US, def check out my blog!

    http://pancakestacker.blogspot.com

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  26. I really love your shoes!
    www.nobodyknowsmarc.blogspot.com

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  27. Oh! So you're visiting us! Well, I live in the South of France Frence Riviera, Nice) but I often go to Paris. If you're into vintage, be sure you go to "Espace Killiwatch", 64 rue tiquetonne (2eme arrondissement). Then, you can go and chill out in my favorite spot in Paris (the best ever!): "Rue Montorgueil",close to Killiwatch. It's basically a loooong cobbled street with cafés and young people all over the place! I'm sure you'll enjoy it and people will love your style! Then of course, you can go to Le Marais (my second favorite spot). It's a Gay and Jewish neighborhood and there are plenty of original people over there! Have fun and tell us about your trip! Hugs!

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  28. That skirt is so so so so great!! lusting the relaxed feel!

    www.lovelywanderlust.com

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  29. I cant't wait to see your photos from Paris!!!
    Have a nice trip!

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  30. I'm really in love with this outfit! And have fun in Paris, I need to visit too! I'm sure it will be amazing.

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  31. Brilliant outfit!!! Love the skirt in all it's grunge (sorry, couldn't think of a better term) slash cult girl tendencies!

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  32. EAT FALAFELZZ!! my love for them started in paris <3 hehe AND..waffles with huge slabs of nutella and bananas.

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  33. Have a great trip to Paris! It's the most beautiful city in the world, and I'm proud to call it my home.
    There are a lot of AMAZING vintage stores : FREEP star is really the best, some readers also mensionned Killiwatch which sells great clothes but the prices can get high.
    You also need to check out the Galleries Lafayette and the Printemps which are the most prestigious department stores.
    You should visit the '6e arrondissement' (which is also called 'le quartier latin' because that's where all the cool students are). You can find the cosiest and coolest bars there, as well as book stores and antique shops.
    If you can, stop by the 'centre Georges Pompidou' which is a modern art museum. the 'Arman' exhibit is imbelievable (I went there yesterday) and the view from the 6th floor takes your breath away! You could take amazing pictures. Plus, there's a lovely café there too!

    If you need more tips, contact me :)
    Love from Paris,

    Marine / Another fucking fashionista
    www.another-fucking-fashionista.Blogspot.com

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  34. we love your style.. we are your newest followers!!
    have a look at
    www.modemuffins.blogspot.com
    XX

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  35. your style is amaze.

    You are babe.

    That is all

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  36. hey christeric,
    just wondering, how can i score one of your witch dresses? so jealous with fashion squad and where did u get that. ughhhhh

    crystal
    crowdedtrain@gmail.com

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  37. Love it - I'm getting massive 90s nostalgia!

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  38. awesome! love your look

    missmollyfashions.blogspot.com

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  39. I miss my city, Tokyo!!
    I live in Shibuya back home!


    I love your style!!!


    Yuuka
    http://yuuka-forget-me-not.blogspot.com/

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  40. that last outfit shot is so great. love the movement. have fun in paris!! try to get to the countryside if you have a free day. it's beautiful!

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  41. New post on my blog!!!
    Feel free to visit it...

    The Influence Of Emmekay

    ;-D
    You'll like it!

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  42. You have a great style! Love your blog!

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  43. Great look, as always.

    Just got the same opening ceremony clogs but in black pony hair. Despite the insane price tag they're incredibly comfy.

    excessiveconsumption.blogspot.com

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  44. This is amazing!
    The skirt is wicked!


    http://aforteforfashion.blogspot.com

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