Guide to Paris

Always exhilarated to be in Paris, from behind the scenes of our Fall campaign to walking for miles and miles (our favorite Parisian activity), afternoons in the park, endless shopping, and carousel rides with cuties, we love this city so. While we’re always discovering new corners of the French capital—from more well-known places to those a little more off the beaten path *so to speak* follow our Parisian routine as we discover enchanting new places and rediscover old favorites for where to stay, eat, and play. Here is our LoveShackFancy guide to the City Of Love.
And, as always, it's a family affair!

The iconic Paris hotel and our home away from home. Set in the heart of the city, this hotel embodies everything girly we love. Mornings are spent eating baskets of croissants and jumping on beds, while afternoons are for putting on the Ritz and playing dress-up in our latest collection.


La Reserve

Enter through the Haussmann style facade and massive red door into a refined 19th century dream meets chic as ever modern hotel. Details include stunning mosaic-tiled floors, vintage mirrors, marble tables, and velvet upholstery.

Le Meurice Paris

Perfectly situated along Rue Saint-Honore in the Right Bank means proximity to everything shopping, the Louvre and Tuileries.

Hotel Bac Saint Germain Paris

This charming boutique hotel located in the 7th arrondissement is a print on print dream come true.

Relais Christine

Another darling boutique hotel located in the 7th arrondissement with the sweetest garden entry.

Rendezvous across the river for an afternoon in the 6th and 7th arrondissements, which has the feeling of a Parisian storybook found in romantic novels and Nancy Meyers movies. Spend the day strolling and browsing shops, followed by lunch sitting sidewalk-side at the terrasse of Café de Flore.


6th and 7th Arrondissement

Shop along Boulevard Saint-Germain, and Rue Bonaparte for small boutiques and everything home plus vintage decor. Be sure to check out the 19th-century inspired apothecary Buly 1803, Merci concept store, plus the book stalls of literary legacy along the river. End the day with a walk to Rue de l'Université for the perfect view of the Eiffel Tower as the lights begin to twinkle.

1st Arrondissement

A proper Parisian day includes shopping along the stately avenue of Rue Saint-Honore for all our favorites from Chanel to Balmain. Make sure to stop at La Galcante for vintage fashion inspiration with stacks of back issues of Vogue, Harper’s and Bazaar, plus Valois, the vintage mecca for Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and Hermès.

8th Arrondissement

Head to the grand boutiques along Avenue Montaigne followed by a late lunch at L'Avenue.

Les Puces

For vintage everything from furniture to clothing and delicate antique dishes, head to Les Puces Market.

With flawless views of the Eiffel Tower the river makes the perfect backdrop for picnics, our fall collection, and family fun alike. Take a ride in a traditional boat down La Seine.

Perfect for all ages (trust us, we love it too), head to the Tuileries for cotton candy, carousels, and good old-fashioned family fun in the heart of Paris.


Monet For the Day

Located in front of the Academie Francaise, kids paint and draw on a boat in the Seine.

Disneyland Paris

Take a magical day trip to Disneyland Paris for a little city escape. Make sure to book the VIP tour.

Musee d'Orsay

A small museum compared to others at the edge of La Seine filled with impressionist era favorites like The Dance Class by Edgar Degas.

Musée de la Vie Romantique

A pink townhouse with teal shutters and tiny garden...need we say more? A tiny gem filled with jewels and watercolors alike.

Italian menu, set in the gardens near the Louvre, Loulou's is top for dining alfresco. Kids can play, run and draw in the grass while drinks are served tableside overlooking Les Jardins preferably around sunset. Order the pizza!


Le Petite Lutetia

On the Left Bank, this classic Paris bistro, with charming mirrored walls and monogrammed dishes is always a must — don't miss the sole meuniere, tartes tatin, and chocolate mousse.


With an Israeli menu and great music, chances are you will end up singing and dancing by the end of the night!

Caviar Kaspia

Iconic night of potatoes and caviar. This is a must!

Chez l’Ami Louie

You’ll need a reservation, but the evening will not disappoint.

Chez Fernand Christine

On the left and down a small street, this tiny institution is unexpectedly impressive.

Hotel Costes

Always the first stop, sitting in the courtyard for fries and wine.

Le Castiglione

Basically, our version of the Peach Pit, it’s close to The Ritz and delicious. Many nights are spent here after showing our collection all day.

Le Grand Véfour

Always a stop on our gastro tour for a fancy night of Parisian magic. Come ready to indulge!


Head to the Left Bank for the best late lunch slash early eve sidewalk sitting from the same group behind Hotel Costes.

Cafe de Flore

Sure to spend our fair share of time sitting at the terrasse of Café de Flore with hot chocolate, café au lait, and croissants in hand.

Le Grand Colbert

Classic old-school French brasserie — order the chicken and maybe, just maybe a Croque Monsieur.

Le Bar Des Pres

New on the scene, this fusion sushi spot in the 7th is next-level fantastic.


Bar Hemingway

Cozy up in the corner booth, this small but classique charming bar is located in the lobby of The Ritz and the perfect end to every evening. And, of course we love it as drinks are garnished with white roses!


Place Vendôme

Take to the streets for the grand finale. After dinner dancing under pink candy skies in white lace and minis is a must.


Paris Perfect Pieces

Simple and chic. Wear these every day, with everything.