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Merci Beaucoup

Thank you by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Thank you for all the feedback and comments you left for this post. I truly appreciate it and will have all of your replies in the back of my head when thinking about new (or more) things for the blog!

  • http://www.facebook.com/darina.weggemansnykl Darina Weggemans-Nykl

    I am looking forward to it!!

    • http://www.parisinfourmonths.com/ Paris in Four Months

      Merci :)

  • Daniella

    Look forward to it! I’m so glad I stumbled upon your site! If you don’t mind me linking it here… I did a little feature on your blog yesterday :) http://daniellamarieblog.blogspot.ca/2013/03/all-about-paris.html Hope that’s ok!

    • http://www.parisinfourmonths.com/ Paris in Four Months

      Ah, thank you so much for your sweet words and post! I’m so happy you like it :)

  • Teresa

    Your welcome! Love everything about your blog!
    Tee

    • http://www.parisinfourmonths.com/ Paris in Four Months

      Thank you so much :)

  • http://twitter.com/jenn976 jenn976

    It’s probably too late to put in a suggestion but since you are so close to the industry, I wondered if you knew anything about the people who sew the clothes that we see on the runways. Or even not on the runways. Back in Chanel’s day, she and nearly all females sewed out of necessity but hardly anyone does these days, we don’t need to. But I’m curious about the people who are tailors/sewers in Paris/France. Do you ever run across any and if you do, how did they get into doing it? Or if you don’t run into these people, do you get to know anything about the fabrics available in Paris? Apologies if someone else asked this or if this piles too much on your plate. No hurry at all.

    • http://www.parisinfourmonths.com/ Paris in Four Months

      It’s never too late to put in suggestions :) I’m afraid I don’t have much knowledge about this subject. So sorry. I know that Chanel for example has many seamstresses here in Paris but I think it’s very very hard to get inside and actually speak with them about the work they’re doing… Hopefully you can find a person that knows more about this stuff than me. So sorry again for not being able to help you any more.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1423003021 Gill Jennifer

        No problem, really. That helps to narrow down the avenues for information. I love it all – gorgeous dresses, fabrics, shoes, all your photos. Really, no apologies needed. I’m glad to be able to be on this virtual tour with you (and many others).

  • http://www.facebook.com/denis.solaz Denis Solaz

    Merci à vous, mademoiselle!
    J’ai vécu pendent quelque temps à Paris, et de lire votre blog, tous les souvenirs reviennent à ma mémoire. C’est un plaisir de voir de si belles photos, et de voir que mon amour pour Paris est partagé par d’autres personnes. On observe un goût au-delà des clichés sur Paris que seule une personne de votre sensibilité peut apprécier, en vivant la ville comme vous le faites. S’il vous plaît, continuez comme-ça, nous serons ravis de vous lire.

    Mes plus sincères félicitations.

    • http://www.parisinfourmonths.com/ Paris in Four Months

      Merci Denis :)