It feels like I have so much to share with you this weekend. The internet just popped (or perhaps it's because I was away during last week) with a bunch of interesting and fun posts. I hope you'll enjoy!
• If you want more tips about Corsica, like where to stay, what to see and where to eat I suggest having a look at Little Pieces of Light's post about our amazing trip. Gorgeous photos and everything you need to know in one post! • I'm terribly sorry for all the Corsica talk but that place managed to steal my heart. And so did this restaurant. It's a restaurant that specialises in langoustines. Could it get any better than that? I think not. Diane takes you to Petite Marie, which you're not allowed to miss if you're heading to Bastia! • Thank you Melissa for featuring me on your "Beautiful Blogger Award" list, I'm very flattered! It's also a great list if you want to find even more blogs about Paris. You can never get enough of Paris inspiration, right? • The HiP Paris blog recently published a post about left bank vs. right bank and it got me thinking... I don't think I could choose just one! The right bank has the cosy Marais neighbourhood, the beautiful Jardin du Palais Royal, the fantastic shopping on Rue Saint Honoré while the left bank has Saint Germain with all the pretty cafés, Jardin du Luxembourg and the my favourite restaurants in the 7th. I'm torn to say the least! • One of my favourite people is Sofia Coppola. I simply adore her personal style, that stunning bag for Louis Vuitton and now her home as well. Thanks to Katie Armour I got a little peek inside. • Vanity Presse asked me about my favourite beauty products and you can find my answers right here. Thanks for the feature! • While in Corsica I had to wear a bikini to get in that lovely water so I've already faced my bikini season fear this year but for those of you who haven't done that just yet, you should check out Garance's article about how you do it in the very best way! Just so that you can avoid freaking out, promising to never wear a swimsuit again and running straight to the nearest boulangerie to stuff your face in deliciousness...
Tonight it's "La Nuit Européenne des Musées" here in Paris which means that a bunch of museums in the city are open in the evening and during the early night. I'm thinking about exploring Musée d'Orsay or see the view of a lit up Paris in the night from Centre Pompidou. Hope you'll have a wonderful weekend!