Yes, we talk a lot about the city of light… we love it! We never tire of going back. Besides, we always, always discover something new on a stroll around the French capital and this time was no different.

Beyond the beautiful Musée d’Orsay, Paula also visited the Palais de Tokyo with a wonderful exhibition: “Futur, ancien, fugitif”

And without planning, her visit coincided with the celebration of the grape harvest, a popular event celebrated in the Sacre Coeur and at which you can stop and try lots of different types of wine. A perfect plan to debut the blue oxford shirt from our Boyfriend Capsule in one of the most picturesque neighbourhoods of the city.


Get lost down its streets and canals by bike. Visit its gastronomic, flower and antique markets… And of course, take the opportunity to visit a museum, just some of the things you can’t miss out on in Amsterdam, one of the most creative cities in Europe.

Being comfy in Amsterdam is a priority and Paula, besides being super cute, went with this season’s crop trouser et le cotton t-shirt.

Her day started with a big breakfast (our favourite meal of the day) at Coffee & Coconuts The best thing about the place? That you can have breakfast at any time of day. Yes, yes, you heard correctly, you can eat breakfast all day…What joy! After, you can explore the neighbourhood and visit the Albert Cuyp Market: De Pijp market.

Paula also visited the Moco Museum and loved it! If you like contemporary art, you have to go and enjoy the works of Banksy and Andy Warhol amongst others.

And a compulsory recommendation, she told us you can’t leave without trying the best cookie in the world. THE BEST. It’s from the Van Stapele Koekmakerij bakery and there are only cookies. The odd part: when there are none left, they close until the next day. You have to try, it’s obligatory! :)

For dinner, without a doubt, the coolest place is Food Hallen.


Going back to London is always a great plan. Visiting the famous Big Ben, seeing the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or wandering around Hyde Park and watching the squirrels are things we all know but can’t stop doing when we go. But if there’s something that we never miss on a trip to London, it’s without a doubt visiting Liberty. Save a lot of time for that because you’ll never want to leave, and the worst of all it’s that you’ll want to buy everything.

But perhaps, what we love most about London is its cosmopolitan spirit, enjoy other areas like Notting Hill, Brick Lane or Shoreditch. Each one is different; each has thousands of things to see and do.

On Paula’s most recent trip she chose this look to endlessly wander around the streets and from all her discoveries, we recommend the following tips:

- Eat pancakes for breakfast at The Breakfast Club. It’s something you must do at least once in life.

- Visit Spitalfields Market.

- Go to Sketch at the lounge in The Gallery. for teatime at 5 o’clock. A beautiful place to have English tea, you already know it’s an institution.

- Enjoy some of the best views of London from Primrose Hill.

- Eat a cupcake at Violet. We don’t know if it’s the best in the world but it’s the best in East London.

- Don’t miss Brick Lane Market and you can’t leave without trying a bagel at Beigel Bake. This yes, it is the best we’ve ever tried! Beigel Bake.

- Have an evening drink at Box Park in Shoredicth. Atmosphere guaranteed!

- And for dinner… If you fancy Indian Dishoom Shoreditch; if you’d prefer to try Turkish food, Mangal; or if you want the opposite and you’d like to enjoy some good Peruvian, Andina- Picanteria and Pisco bar is the place.