The Paris Market

No.... I didn't visit a real market in Paris. I wish. However, I did stumble upon the adorable shop called The Paris Market in downtown Savannah, GA and I just had to share it with all of you. This place was right up my ally. I probably could have bought everything in there if Matt hadn't been with me to hold me back. This store had every cute think you could think of in it, all with a Parisian influence. I talked about my love for french design here, so you all know that I love it. (sorry for the overload of pictures)

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This is the view right when you walk in the store. I didn't even know where to start everything was so darling!

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There are rolled up "Paris Market" t-shirts in all of those bread bags in the baskets. Isn't that clever?

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This was the "kids corner,." They had the best unique toys, clothes, blankets, you name it for kids. Too bad I dont have any baby showers coming up.

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All of these little jars and vases have individual buttons and beads in them for making your own jewelry. Such a great way to display them all.

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This was a whole station of fresh herbal teas. I am not even a huge tea drinker but the packaging made me want to buy them all!

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This was super clever.... it was a bin of "grab bag" vintage jewelry. Basically each bag had an assortment of vintage jewelry and for $5 you could buy a bag and discover the treasures inside.

Everything in the store was impeccably marketed. The display cases and tables were arranged so that you felt as if you were stumbling upon a treasure with each step, rather than looking over merchandise. I am really wishing we had this store here in Nashville.

Have you ever stumbled upon a store that just took you by surprise and made you want to linger all day?

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