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I spent much time during my recent trip to Paris hunting for the best boutiques and shopping areas. Fortunately I had the help of CJ Paris Shopping Tours to point me in the right direction.
There are many more shopping areas but these are a few of my favorites. Here are my top Paris shopping destinations:
Top Paris Shopping Destinations
– to discover that unique Parisian find
My favorite spot and a great place for local Fashionistas; Le Marais offered trendy boutiques with only the best in chic Parisian style.
This area was the focus of my shopping tour with Angela from CJ and she showed me all the best local brands. I allowed myself one French indulgence from Comptoir des Cotonniers – a beautiful gunmetal grey dress I’ll be wearing to a couple of weddings this summer in England.
– for access to global brands in one destination
Great for French and international retail favorites like Maje (France), Zara (Spain), and H&M (Sweden) and home to popular accommodation options like Accor Group Paris hotels; the Champs Elysées area is buzzing with activity.
You can visit the must see Arc de Triomphe and shop in the same afternoon all while being a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower.
– for the ultimate in luxury
I attended the Delsey Luggage cocktail party here in their temporary pop up store and got a glimpse at the glitz and glamour of Parisian luxury.
It was a haven of designer brands showcased in an immaculate manner in the store’s easy to follow layout. I was absolutely mesmerized by the individual “stores” within the bottom floor: Ives St Laurent, Marc Jacobs, and every other major name imaginable. Each brand had a glistening showroom making every handbag lustworthy and covetable.
– for the fashionista bargain hunter
Stock shops are outlets and discount retailers featuring top designer brands. While they won’t be bargain basement cheap, you can find designer apparel at a fraction of the regular price.
You can find stock stores on the outskirts of Paris with many clustered in the 10th Arrondissement.
– for that one of a kind vintage frock
For vintage fanatics, there are plenty of flea markets to keep you entertained for days on end. If rummaging is your thing, save a day or two for a full day of exploration. It’s easy to get lost in time as you hunt down that one of a kind Parisian find.
These are a few of the flea market favorites: Marché St Ouen/Porte de Clingancourt, Marché aux Puces de la Porte de Vanves, and Marché aux Puces de Montreuil.
TheGirlsGuidetoParis.com does a great job of breaking down the shopping areas and offers their top selections for each region. Check out their site for fashion tips and downloadable guides for Paris.
With so many to choose from, what are your favorite Paris shopping hot spots?
It would be great to include someghing for the older woman. While I’ve travelled quite a bit, it’s still great to see what stylish women of “a certain age” are wearing abroad.
Hi Neyda, We do have a selection of age-specific articles you might like: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/over-40-fashion/
Because every woman has unique needs and style preferences, it’s up to the individual reader to apply the principles we share and adapt them to her needs.
The product images shown in the blog are simply to provide you with an understanding of general principles you can use, then because every woman has unique needs and style preferences, it is up to you the reader to apply the principles we have shared and adapt the items to suit your own needs.
Here is a helpful guide that explains more about how to use our guides: https://www.travelfashiongirl.com/how-to-use-the-travel-fashion-girl-packing-lists-and-guides/
Hope this helps! Happy travels! ?
This really makes me want to return to Paris!!! I loved window shopping along the Champs Elysee and finding cute little boutiques!
there’s so much to see and never enough time 🙂