Today was the first day ever since I came to Paris that I do a photoshoot during daytime. Sunlight REALLY makes a difference when it comes to luminosity and exposure. The photos taken were so magical and blog-perfect! So I went with my dear friend Chris to the Sacré-Coeur cathedral on top of the Montmartre hill here in Paris. I’ve mixed and matched a fun look that I’ve been planning on doing for quite sometime. This very dark emerald green jacket I got years ago from Zara has been intact for quite some time now. In other words, it’s the first time I wear it here in Europe.
So the last couple of days have been really stressing for me due to many reasons and I thought maybe a little walk in Montmartre would ease my confusions and give me a certain peace of mind. I always become content whenever I see the sun since it’s one of the essentials that grew with me back in Lebanon where most days were sunny and warm. So this little nostalgia always brings me back to smiles, especially when I’m having hard times. Atop of that, the majesty of the Sacré-Coeur church, bravely standing on the hill with it’s breathtaking architecture and a history packed in one worship place. So here’s what we came up with…
(Photography by Christian K.)