Book Review: Paris In Style by Janelle McCulloch

Saturday, January 02, 2016

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Paris In Style by Janelle McCulloch
(Started: December 02, 2015; Finished: December 06, 2015)

Summary/Description:
Paris always seems to keep something slightly hidden: those intriguing ateliers and fashion museums, enticing boutique hotels, secret gardens, enthralling bookstores, irresistible antique stalls...

Having written three bestselling books about Paris, journalist, author and photographer Janelle McCulloch thought she knew most of the best places in which to stay, wander and explore. But the more time she spent in Paris, the more she realised how much there was still to discover.

Paris in Style reveals this city's most surprising and fascinating fashion, design and style destinations. It is the ultimate insider's guide for travellers seeking style, creative inspiration and unforgettable experiences.

Review: 4 stars
Publication Date: October 01, 2015
Source: Melbourne University Publishing through Netgalley

Most of us have always wondered how would it feel to visit the City of Light, Paris. I know you would all agree that it is a dream. Reading Paris In Style by Janelle McCulloch, made me feel like I was there, too, even if it was just in my imagination. If you are not a local or if you haven't visited the place, then you'll surely appreciate all the tips and information you can get from this book. McCulloch definitely covered fashion, accommodation, shopping, and food. From the locations, promos and deals, the perfect timing to book hotels, etc, you can learn a lot from this book. All the information written are very detailed plus it's accompanied by mesmerizing visuals.

It is a perfect read to take you away to a wonderful place during staycation or to plan out your future Paris trip!

Happy Reading everyone!

Love lots, xx

Style Reader

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