Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Ralph Lauren In Paris, The Best Of Both Worlds

Isn't it ironic that we would find Ralph Lauren to be one of the highlights of our trip to Paris!

Located on Boulevard St. Germain, I was inspired immediately with the beautiful wool plaid and leopard pillows in the courtyard.

Although the courtyard was tempting to sit outside, the weather didn't permit it.

More leopard and plaid in the dining room!

Of course I love the chargers!

The menu is all-American.  Hamburgers and fries!

After lunch, we explored the four floors of the magical world of Ralph...

...What's not to love about this world!

It's easy to forget you're in Paris while at Ralph Lauren.
Everywhere, on every surface is the American influence.

But look out the window and make no mistake, you're in Paris.
It's the best of both worlds!

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Kathysue said...

Hi D! again you have me grinning from ear to ear. At first I thought you were home and that was your patio area, it looks like a Delores setting. I am so glad you are having such a wonderful time. YOU look very Parisian in your all black!! Keep having fun!!

Sarah said...

What fun! You look terrific and are obviously having a grand time. Can't wait to visit with you on your return. I'm going in September and want to get your list of favorite spots. I always like to discover something new. Enjoy! ~ Sarah

Burlap Luxe said...

What à dreamy mix, you, Ralph, and Paris; it truly could not get any better than maybe all this and a ice cream cone.
Delores, you my dear are so inspiring the beauty you create in your own home, every bit of it being euro chic and Americana.

Love your holiday photos.


My kids' Mom said...

How lovely!

Ralph Lauren is so much more exclusive in Europe all the way around and prohibitivly expensive. One funny thing is while RL is not in reach for regular people in Europe you can find and buy his items at Ross and TJ Max in the US for close to nothing. I buy RL sheets at those plces everytime I visit the UNited States, and then I laugh all the way home since the same 19.99 dollar sheets is 1000 dollars in Stockholm.

Kind regards from Anneli in Sweden

Cheryl said...

I too thought you were in your own backyard! Well, you hit on two counts for me, as I have always wanted to go to Paris and visit one of his flagship stores! Have a wonderful time and thanks for bringing us all along!

Victoria said...

There is no such thing as too much RL. I love the living room with that fabulous mirror. Wish I were there. Have a wonderful time.
XO, Victoria

La Table De Nana said...

You girls look great too:)

The Tablescaper said...

Wow! Everything looks amazing. Sounds like you're having a wonderful trip.

- Alma, The Tablescaper

Terri~terrileeauthor said...

Yummy. All of it, Ralph Lauren and the hamburger and fries. Ha ha.
Looks like you're having a great time.

Sammy said...

Neat stuff!

Sammy said...

Neat stuff!

Sue Malizia said...

Love, love, love the RL from Paris...thanks for sharing your adventure there. I like the leopard print amongst the plaid. How fun for you!!!

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Alycia Nichols said...

Do you have any idea how hard you would have to fight to get me to leave that place??? Man...what a wonderland!!! I would be in Ralph heaven!!! What wonderful inspiration, too. After all, I don't think I would ever have thought to pair leopard with plaid like that...but it totally works!!!


Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Oh how I regret not being able to get to Ralph's in Paris! love the patio and fabulous pillows!

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