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Swinging Paris


Pull & Other Stories, skirt Asos, Wolford tights *., mittens Sonia Rykiel, bottines Jonak*, sac Madewell, tiles Asos coat

This is a small postcard of the Cremieux Street, This street where everybody seems rushing to take pictures of colorful houses. Residents of the street have recently asked me to remove the photos from cet article because they find that there are too many people coming now “at their home”. Personally I think that the street is for everyone, and that it has all the right to enjoy beautiful places of Paris.

And then I love it cet article, It reminds me of beautiful souvenirs. That day I had shoes new sequins, Barefoot as a big n00b and I giant bulbs. And it's walking like Forrest Gump with his atheles I had my first little make you my lover. It took me eat a pastry shop near the street where we work both. I bit my cheeks, and I expect that his departure to finally remove these tools of torture even if walking barefoot in the streets of Paris. I was not very malignant air, but it did not have the air of push it back…

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[object Window]Rue Crémieux
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32 "comments on"Swinging Paris

  1. Mining Anaïs
    18 January 2016 at 11:45

    Too cabbage your little story

  2. 18 January 2016 at 12:19

    J’aime tellement cette rue, ses couleurs, ses maisons pleines de charme! On ne se croirait tellement pas à Paris quand on y est!
    Bisous, belle journée

    Petite and So What?

    • 18 January 2016 at 16:06

      Yes it is a real enchanted digression, I also wonder how they got the right to paint the buildings like that, It's super regulated in Paris ;)

  3. 18 January 2016 at 12:28

    Yeah Street is everyone! As much as people who go there, It is to take pictures, admire, ago more annoying!
    Your boots are superb!

  4. Lucia Sanchez Figueroa
    18 January 2016 at 12:52

    My favorite

  5. 18 January 2016 at 13:03

    The street is of course everyone, but I confess that I understand them a little… It must be a bit heavy for a parade throughout the day ;)

    • 18 January 2016 at 16:07

      Ah yes it is safe, before the street is known they were surely more quiet, but good is life huh and can not stop people to urge them also to take advantage of a pretty Street, otherwise restore privileges, the nobility stuff ^^

  6. 18 January 2016 at 13:38

    Frankly I understand to one side the inhabitants of this street, you are probably quiet and respectful, but often when I go there a lot of tourists, people that shouting in the street, girls who stop before all talking and giggling hyper strong doors, with no regard for the people who live there. If I was domiciled in this street, It would type on the system, hard.
    That said, I do not think that they have the right to ask you to delete an article, under the pretext that it affects their privacy finally they make you an application which reached yours ! Finally I see not why you you should remove your article while there are thousands of other facts in the same street. Especially that your photos are so beautiful !
    So good, even if they to have tired of people passing in the street actually tu as reason, the street is a public domain so they do not have the right to prohibit access to other. And then if disrespectful people come is not your fault, non mais !
    I love your photos full of sweetness as well as your anecdote <3
    bisous !

    • 18 January 2016 at 15:53

      Boah y'know I lived 5 years rue St Louis en l ' île, in the same building as the Motherhouse Berthillon, people took picture outside my door all day with their ice and honestly it is not death. It is Paris Street is everyone ;)

  7. 18 January 2016 at 13:48

    “I was not very malignant air, but it has not had the air push...”
    of the or push it back ?!?!? ;) Very nice photos as always ;)

    • 18 January 2016 at 16:08

      Ha ha it was a shell ;)

      • 19 January 2016 at 12:14

        “This is” rather ;) (Sorry for the mode master Capello arf)

  8. 18 January 2016 at 13:53

    There is a pretty little street a little magic in the 6th where I see you well take photos : rue de Furstenberg , under his multicolored giant lampshades ;-)

    • 18 January 2016 at 16:09

      Ah yes you're not the first to tell me about it will be necessary that I go see ;)

  9. 18 January 2016 at 14:15

    Ask you to remove the photos! And then what again?

    When you live in Paris, the most popular tourist city in the world he should expect such things, non?

    They already have the chance to live in a place like this and in addition they complain… screw my Parisian life!

    Long life to your photos ;)

    • 18 January 2016 at 16:10

      Yes as there are tons of photos on instagram so it's not my article that changes the situation I think :D

  10. Liza bathroom
    18 January 2016 at 14:19

    Am I the only one to not display photos Safari? :(

  11. 18 January 2016 at 15:38

    And as if nothing, you put a p'tite layer ;-)
    Vilaine, will ! (smiles + + + )
    But it's not fake, the street is for everyone… !!

  12. 18 January 2016 at 16:56

    I received the same mail, definitely they have time to lose these people there !

    • 18 January 2016 at 17:19

      I understand that this the drunk a bit if the street was quieter before but good is life and it is not let us delete our articles that will change things ;)

  13. 18 January 2016 at 17:44

    Ah bah if it the gene, they can still move and me I buy!! haha :p

  14. 18 January 2016 at 18:57

    It's funny, I was in paris with Parisian friends during my last return in France (I am expat’ in Canada) and it is to this street a little by chance. I did my maline telling them that residents complained of having lots of blogger who make photographs their doorstep :) It was late, so I did not benefit fully, but I confess that it looked pretty this street.
    And otherwise, I'm British Colombia (but in the Rockies) and I love your articles on Vancouver :)

  15. 18 January 2016 at 19:29

    Good and bad memories of this street then ?, but you chose to keep only the good, you are right to keep this article, It is surely light as this memorable day.
    Damage it massacre you the feet, straw shoes were a killing spree.

  16. 18 January 2016 at 20:11

    It's funny you ask to remove photos. It is a sword in the water indeed. Having said that they felt that you were ddss :)
    As for the story of your first appointment, I remember have been marked by a phrase from the Khazar dictionary (of Pavic). The idea was that a beautiful souvenir would be even more striking, memorable, that it would be linked to an unpleasant memory.

  17. 18 January 2016 at 22:49

    This street it st delicious: Thank you for the show! I would like to return to Paris!
    PS. J’adore ton manteau :)

  18. 18 January 2016 at 23:30

    That coat looks so chic!

  19. 18 January 2016 at 23:49

    Regardless of whether you take your article, the street is almost world famous and people will continue to be kickass ! Me first, moreover!
    your photos remind me that I had to project to find me a coat to tiles, I completely forgot to look for one during sales!

  20. 19 January 2016 at 6:14

    I live in Paris since 4 years and I have never set foot in this street… Nor at the Louvre!

    Sinon, I like your boots Domina :p ;)

  21. 19 January 2016 at 10:32

    This hair color (not too orange, neither too red) is absolutely beautiful ! It illuminates you completely !

  22. 19 January 2016 at 16:23

    You always have the chic to take us into the most beautiful corners of Paris :)

  23. 19 January 2016 at 18:46

    This street is really super nice, on the other hand I can understand the sense of intrusion that must feel some inhabitants… (However surely not of to your only photos! even if you leave a layer for the shot :p)… If I had chosen a home specially for the tranquility of the street, with the ability to open my windows when good seems to me without fear of gene, to install a table outside etc., I think I would live so badly that it become a tourist spot and having to undergo the sounds of passers-by/flashes/journalists/photographers…. But of course this remains a public space.

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