DRESS: Forever 21  |  BOOTS: Gamiss  |  CARDIGAN: Forever 21  |  EARRINGS: Gamiss  |  NECKLACE: LC Lauren Conrad
           As my fiancé was taking these pictures he pointed out that I blend in with my surroundings.  I am wearing lots of beige and green, so I see how I blend in so well.  That's why I titled this post "camouflage."  This is as close to wearing actual camouflage as i'd ever get, I think.  I actually detest camouflage as a print.  Personally, I think it's one of the ugliest things I have ever seen and can't   understand how it made it's way into the fashion world.  
          On a positive note, I am wearing these new boots from Gamiss.  I think they are so beautiful.  They are a beige faux suede.  They have little embroidered stars and moons all over the heel and back.  I just love how unique they are.  They also fit pretty well.  I think they are so nice for fall.  

Queen Mary's Rose Gardens

T-SHIRT: Mango  |  CARDIGAN: Primark  |   JEANS: Forever 21  |   SHOES: Converse |  BACKPACK: Primark  |  SUNGLASSES: Asos
          These pictures are from Queen Mary's Rose Gardens, a part of Regent's Park.  After Paris, we took the train back to London for a few days before going home.  I am a huge fan of gardens in general so I wanted to be sure to see all of the big ones in London.  This section in Regent's Park is one of my favorites.  I just love all the roses.  There are so many different colors and types.  I can't even describe how amazing the parks in London are but I think I tried to in another post.  They are just so magical.  Not all of these pictures are from the rose garden but they are all in Regent's Park.  
          I got all of this outfit either for the trip or on the trip.  The t-shirt was from Mango and I love it.  I had never bought anything from Mango because it's more expensive in the U.S.  That's the case with so many stores that I went to.  I really want to go back to London with an empty suitcase because it is now my favorite city for shopping.  So many of my favorite brands are based in England and that usually makes them cheaper there, even with the currency conversion.  Anyway, I am totally planning on returning to London some day with more money and luggage space.  One post left from the trip!

Parc Des Buttes-Chaumont

             Welcome to Parc Des Buttes-Charmont, the most surreal city park!  This park is located in Paris.  I had never heard of it before, until about a week until our trip.  I was watching YouTube videos about what to do in Paris and I found that somebody recommended it in the comments.  I looked it up and decided it was worth a visit.  It's like a beautiful fairytale situation in the middle of parisian buildings.  It's so strange and kind of feels like a Disney World ride.  It's actually a really large park with a big hill, paths, bridges, a waterfall, a lake, a mountain, a cave, and palm trees.  The main area has a huge rocky mountain with paths that lead up.  There is a little stone gazebo at the top, designed to look like the Temple of Vesta in Italy.  It has amazing views of the city and Sacre Coeur.  There is also a huge cave behind it with a waterfall running through it and down to the water.  It is just a really interesting park and I'm really glad that I went.  I'm not positive but I think a lot of the elements are man made, but are still really old.

Double Buckle Western Belt

TOP: Zara  |  JEANS: Forever 21  |  BELT: Zaful  |  BOOTS: Pink & Pepper  |  COAT: Forever 21 
          I've literally had this top since last New Years when I went to Canada.  I got it from Zara at one of the malls in Toronto but haven't been able to blog it yet.  I love the layered details in the front.  The  print is also super cool.  I love how it looks styled with this belt from Zaful.  These double buckle belts are really popular right now.  This one is actually really good quality.  The buckles seem very sturdy and heavy duty.  

The Other Statue of Liberty

Le Grand Palais
Le Petit Palais
SWEATER: H&M  |  JEANS: Forever 21  |  BACKPACK: Primark  |  BOOTS: Primark
           Ever since I went to New York City a few years ago and saw the Statue of Liberty, i've wanted to see the one in Paris.  We actually almost forgot to see it because I forgot to write it on my list.  Luckily, we remembered it on our last night in Paris.  It's much smaller than the one in the U.S. but I think it's worth seeing.  It's located on an island that just has a path and a few other things in the middle of the Seine.  

Oversized Pom Pom Sweater

SWEATER: Zaful  |  JEANS: Asos  |  BOOTS: Primark  |  PURSE: H&M 
          Let me start by saying that I am obsessed with this sweater.  I think it is so cute.  I have been on the hunt for one like this since I saw a similar one on Zoella.  This one is from Zaful.  I do wish it was a bit thicker, but it fits really well.  I am just hoping that the pom poms stay in place.  I styled it with my mom jeans (which I should have rolled up a bit) and these black chelsea boots.