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Hi guys,so i will be traveling to paris during the middle of july and i wanted to know what type of clothes should i take during my trip because of the weather.I also heard there is a popular street for blogger to take pictures at and id like to know what and where it is located at or just places to take pretty non cliche picture :)

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  • Cathy R

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    I'm a bit confused as to the street you're looking for, as Paris is stuffed full of photogenic locations - if the street is favoured by bloggers, then it's probably somewhat of a cliché, and after all, isn't part of the fun to have something that's recognisably Paris as your background? If you're looking for a great location with the Eiffel Tower as a background, then get off the Metro at the Trocadero stop - this is particularly lovely by night. Sacré-Cœur Basilica is also an iconic backdrop, as is Notre Dame (best photographed from one of the bridges just downstream to the east, such as Pont de Sully. Then there are the tangle of narrow, twisting streets in Montmartre. Bear in mind that Paris will already be full of tourists, so the bigger challenge might be taking photos with the crowds.

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    The first step is to look at the weather forecast - these are reasonably reliable up to a week in advance, so check this a day or so before you go. Usually July in Paris is reasonably warm for Northern Europe (temperatures from the high teens to mid 20s centigrade), but can be changeable. The best strategy is to pack with the intention of dressing in layers (preferably made from material that doesn't crease too much), which you can add/shed as the weather dictates - try and select them from a similar colour palette to maximise your options for mixing and matching (eg. black and white, earth toned neutrals). It's also advisable to carry an umbrella or light weight waterproof in case of rain.


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    I am no expert on this. I once read an article by a woman that traveled Europe with just a backpack. Rolled up small outfits that could be handwashed. If anything l would pack backback into suitcase, buy clothes there and bring them back. It has fashion like no other place.

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