The first is a high school student and wants to become a psychologist. The second studies applied foreign languages ​​(English and German).

That day, the two young women had initially decided to go to the Museum of Modern Art in Paris, in the 16th. But, finally, a change of plan: here they are in the Marais, enjoying this neighborhood which has “set the mood with stylish people everywhere”!

The two friends feel good there, free to dress as they wish without anyone feeling authorized to comment on their outfits or judge them. So nice. And so Marais…

Aurélie buys 90% of her clothes in thrift stores while Chloé dresses with pieces gleaned from stores or on low-cost sites.

Applied languages ​​student

Pullover – Vintage

Pants and bibs – Vintage

Jackets – Vintage

Shoes – Bershka


Belt – Vintage

Bag – Vintage

High school student 

Feather top – Vintage

Pants and bibs – Knitting

Jackets Vintage

Sneakers – Bufallo

Sunglasses - AliExpress

Jewelry - AliExpress

strips – Bershka

Bag – Bershka

Text: Katia Barillot – Instagram
Photos: ©Anaïs Costet – Instagram



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