It’s officially the prettiest time of year. The trees are all starting to blossom, and this is only the start of the show. If you are looking for a family outing in the Paris region that is easy and truly magical for the eyes, do not miss the Hanami at Parc de Sceaux.
Parc de Sceaux, located in the South of Paris, is one of my favorite green spaces for its majestic and peaceful side. The light is always beautiful.The cherry blossoms are of exceptional beauty, it is truly breathtaking! Sitting under a tree, lying down and all we need to do is admire the extraordinary landscape.
At Parc de Sceaux, there are two magnificent groves of cherry trees: one made of a hundred cherry blossoms and the other of 150 cherry blossoms. A festival bringing together many Japanese Parisians is organized every year with performances of drums and traditional dances.
Last weekend, the pink grove bloomed to the delight of our eyes. The cherry trees of the park gave us a very poetic and enchanting show. With the good weather, it is perfect to lie under the branches with a cool drink and listen to the song of little birds.
Now that the weather is heating up and the pastel colours are taking over every neighbourhood, my wardrobe is starting to change dramatically to match. And I’M LOVIN’ IT. White, pink, neutrals and pastels. Those are definitely my favorite colors when it comes to springtime.
When I first saw this For Love & Lemons dress online, I immediately fell in love with it and I knew I needed it! It’s sweet and sexy at the same time. With lace up details, this bodycon dress give the feminine, vintage vibe that I can’t get enough of.
Whether you’re on the hunt for the ideal mix of sweet and feminine, but also sassy and playful, For Love & Lemons always has your back.
Cherry blossoms are still in bloom this week, but for how long? In any case, hurry up to go and and admire the beautiful scene by yourself, or you’ll have to wait till next year!
Domaine de Sceaux
Château de Sceaux
RER B: Berny Cross, Parc de Sceaux
Bus: lines 192 and 197, stop Parc de Sceaux
More info: the official website