Scout Sixteen - Paris Diary No. 2 Scout Sixteen - Paris Diary No. 2 Scout Sixteen - Paris Diary No. 2 Scout Sixteen - Paris Diary No. 2 Scout Sixteen - Paris Diary No. 2 Scout Sixteen - Paris Diary No. 2

Without a doubt, Paris is one of the most fascinating and beautiful places I’ve ever visited. Every corner spills over with history and character. The Octovo team and I visited some of the major stops on the tourist track but we also snuck around to some of the less-frequented neighborhoods and got a chance to see Paris beyond the beaten path. I’ll have another Diary post coming tomorrow, but I wanted to share some fun photos (and an Instagram video!) of buildings/sites that I loved.

The Jean Machine Sweater / Ted Baker Button-Down / Armani Exchange Denim / Aldo Shoes / ASOS Backpack / Ted Baker Baseball Cap

Justin

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Justin Livingston is the founder and editor of Scout Sixteen. He lives in New York City with a cactus and an unwavering love for whiskey. See more from Justin below...

  • Gabriel Rafael

    Great images

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  • Caity @ Moi Contre La Vie

    Amazing photos!

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  • http://averagemanfitnessandstyle.blogspot.ca/ averagemanfitnessandstyle

    Dope Justin. Real Dope.

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  • Alex Montilla

    Paris is a place full of magic! Great pictures, you really capture the beauty of every place. Your style is beyon amazing, love your backpack.

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  • SN

    Love the post. Got a typo in the title though, just FYI.

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    ScoutSixteen Reply:

    Wow – that’s embarrassing! Thanks for letting me know :)
    Definitely not intending to do a blog post about dairy in Paris haha.

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  • Paul Julch

    Great shots – Paris is a magical place!

    http://urbsuburbstyle.com/blog/

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  • Lola

    How ! I love your picture !
    And you’re verry beautiful ; i love this look ! :)

    Would you like to follow each other? :)
    just let me know :)

    Ps: I follow you on bloglovin :)

    xox

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