What to bring and wear on your next trip to Paris

Packing in Paris can be overwhelming no matter how many times you visit, so we’ve put together a list of everything you need to pack in Paris. Knowing what to wear in Paris is easy for French girls, but for visitors chic can be a difficult style to master. This is our complete packing guide for Paris to help you plan your trip!

Summer mini dress

If you’re visiting Paris from June to August, you definitely need to pack your luggage. Light dresses are an easy option. Get the perfect look with just one outfit (but style it with a hat or scarf for the ultimate Jambon-beur look!)

Spring midi dress

If you visit Paris in the spring (also known as the cherry blossom season), you will need to pack more items. April and May are beautiful and warm, but cold days are often mixed. Cover your base with some long medium-length dresses to be on the safe side. Combine a midi dress with an oversized blazer and enjoy it day or night.

Paris Summer Mini Dress

Combo: Pants and shirt

Whenever you visit Paris outside of the summer months (June, July, August), always pack a few pairs of light linen pants and a variety of long-sleeved and short-sleeved shirts/blouses. The weather in Paris can change several times a day, so always wear a light jacket and change your clothes.

Paris Pants and Shirt
Hiding down the backstreets you can find the most gorgeous surprises in Paris. Do you know what district this was shot in?


There is one thing that is certain in Parisian fashion. It means that you always have to pack your scarf. Scarves are a very French way to dress-up costumes, add dimensions, and often as practicality. Scarves are great for covering your shoulders when the wind blows. If you plan to move from day to night, you can pack a scarf in your purse for the day.

Hats are another great way to tie outfits, which helps to fight the sun, especially in the warmer months. The classic straw hat is a safe bet.

Skin care

A French woman takes pride and care for her skin and always cares more about her, no matter how many times she visits!

These are products that I swear and never travel without. The La Roche-Posay Toleriane Hydrating Gentle Face Cleanser is Great for traveling. It is highly recommended to pack it yourself Muslin cloth When you travel. A Face oil like the L’Oreal Paris Skincare Collagen Face Moisturizer Needs to rehydrate during the trip, eye cream is Great for fighting tired jet lag eyes.

Are you planning a trip to Paris? Check these out:

Magical Paris: Over 100 Things to Do Across Paris

Fodor’s Paris 2022

Lonely Planet Paris 13 (Travel Guide)

Easy French Phrase Book: Over 1500 Common Phrases For Everyday Use And Travel

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