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What Parisian Chic Style Has Taught Me About My Home

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MissJonesForever (4 months ago)
Lets get down to brass tacks here. Parisian women are influenced by Parisian fashion industry which is RUN BY MEN! With ALL top fashion models being TRANNIES! These Trannies are born male and are castrated and put on female hormones very young, without their consent. They are bread for this purpose and have no choice in the matter. They just get on with the roles assigned to them as best they can. But their eyes, their brain, their tastes are still male. They were not born gay so they dont tend towards flamboyant colours. They are born male who get transgendered, but remain male inside. Men LIKE comfort. Men LIKE classic functional clothes. Parisian real women are just influenced by decades of transgender choices. If you think that Naomi Campbell, Helena Christiansen, Kate Moss, Gizelle, Bridgit Bardott, Victoria's Secret modelsor any of these "women" are biological female, you really need to take a medical course in male and female skeletal structure and scull shape differences.
Starr 64 (6 months ago)
Ive have taken notiice from videos Ive watch on Parisian life, they smoke alot of cigarettes and eat lots of sweets pastries, chocolates, maybe its has to do with the climate and moodiness of the environment. And it surely makes sense to invest in better selected pieces, Black. White, Grays, Taupes, Tan, Silks, Sensible Footware and yes a beautiful Trench Coat. I would love to visit Paris And New Orleans.
Mary Magdalene (6 months ago)
Thank you for your tips, they are really helpful and appreciated!
Full Stance (11 months ago)
Lot of reasons our iconic Audrey Hepburn is still so admired: https://www.biography.com/news/audrey-hepburn-facts-biography Paris has become a more dangerous place to be than it was in the 60's and 70's; we are returning to preWWII escalations with Ottoman pressures. It is a relief to just enjoy the artistic and lovely contributions true Parisian Style has to offer! Thank you.
Marielle Forest (11 months ago)
It's true that not everybody is a size 2. I really liked the fact that you said that some are smaller as well. Most people don't think of smaller people. It's my case. I am 5 foot and weigh 89 pounds. I used to find clothes that fit me, but now all the sizes are bigger and a 00 is more like a size 2. Getting back to Parisian style, I believe that we can emulate a few principles regardless of our size. For instance, we can choose to buy less and buy better quality. It's not only better for the environment, but for everyone. There are so many sweatshops in other nations and we should be mindful of that and choose not to encourage it.
Marielle Forest (11 months ago)
Thank you, Baiyina.
baiyinadotcom (11 months ago)
Marielle Forest you make some great points here! Thanks for the comment
yensid (1 year ago)
I ❤ your sofa/ couch. It's gorgeous & totally my style (even though I don't know what that style is called) It definitely looks "French " to me 😆
Susan Gage (1 year ago)
Another point wear excellent pajamas! Why spent half your life in t- shirts and sweat pants??? You will feel so much better with less but great quality. One will save money in long run
Ma U (1 year ago)
Your lovely dog got me totally distracted :p
Paula Murrien (1 year ago)
Love your channel! Thank you for taking time to share your ideas!
Maxine McCartney (1 year ago)
Worthless without demonstrating by showing her home
Full Stance (11 months ago)
Make an effort yourself and check out Pinterest. If she shared her personal space you'd probably offer criticism.
ELISA ZALCMAN (1 year ago)
TO MUCH TALKING IF YOU SELL DECO SA DECO
Mela Melissimo (3 years ago)
Pretty living area. Very nice style. Have you ever thougt about changing the lamp into a chandelier? Greetings from Germany
Beth McCain (3 years ago)
That would look equally beautiful, but that Japanese lantern looks amazing as well!
hisushi (3 years ago)
I'm living in central Paris for a year long sabbatical and I love the fashion here, you can tell the locals because of the way they dress, just so relaxed and chic. I've noticed here that women believe in taking care of their skin, nails and hair so this makes them look beautiful in simple clothes. Pairing jeans and a t-shirt with a great skin cream and Guerlain purfume is utterly French and ofcourse the beautiful lingerie which is a religion in Paris. I've spent way too much money on some beautiful clothes and purfume but I feel I have 'enough' and am really looking forward to wearing all my clothes next year too.
baiyinadotcom (3 years ago)
Nice! Thanks for the firsthand insight and for watching!
Amy Klassen (3 years ago)
Good tips and great attitude! I enjoyed watching. You have such a calming and sincere demeanor. Keep posting minimalist vids. Loving it
Maria Almada (3 years ago)
I enjoy your videos. I am in the process of changing my wardrobe to reflect the Parisian style. Thank you for sharing what you have learned. (I love how your dog decided to make an appearance in this video.)
lightly lumay (3 years ago)
The video makes perfect sense. Interesting idea. While I appreciate Parisian chic, I think I may enjoy more eclectic style -- something that takes a bit more risk. However I think basics for the home are great, and the accent pieces are the bold, risky pieces. I'm looking forward to your online class.
baiyinadotcom (3 years ago)
Here is the link to the Refinery 29 article: http://www.refinery29.com/american-women-should-stop-parisian-french-style#slide-3
Thefabulousmsdinab (3 years ago)
Great video, Bayina. I like the Parisian chic look but never considered how it could translate to home decor. Please, can you give a link to that article you mentioned? I've always felt I'm getting a select view on Parisian women from bloggers and YouTubers - always white, always thin. Really? Always?
Marie Kay (3 years ago)
I agree with what you said, and I will add two other points: Parisian women wear a lot of neutral colors: a lot of grey, beige, white and black. Also, their jewelry is really discrete, you won't see them wearing big shiny hoops or gold chains. I was born in Paris, I still live there and now that I am older, I tend to adopt this style a lot but I love the L.A style so I love wearing bright colors and trendy pieces. Anyway, greetings from Paris :)
MissJonesForever (4 months ago)
+baiyinadotcom Paris Hilton is a tranny, what do you expect?
Airami (11 months ago)
Lisa Wendy I
baiyinadotcom (3 years ago)
Yay thanks for the response and the perspective. I totally agree with you on your two added points...I happen to decorate like that as well...more neutrals and less showy but still elegant, and yes, LA fashion and interiors are right up there w the French in my book... Of course not the Paris Hilton LA style...lol
STILL WATERS (3 years ago)
Your last point was the most valid, and I wish you had spent more time speaking about that.  This whole "Parisian Chic/Quality over Quantity" BS always pisses me off.  It simply isn't true, because almost everyone the world over is a minimalist compared to the US.  Especially third-worlders.  Trust me, I'm a third worlder, and no one does "the most with the least" like we do.  But I guess that's marketing and click-bait for you, no one's gonna click on an article or video that says "Third world chic:  keeping it simple and basic." Still luh ya doe.
baiyinadotcom (3 years ago)
Thanks for your comment and yes, Americans are the kings of excess and everyone else seems to be better at the less is more thang. I do love the Parisian fashion sense and how they put together their outfits. It's different from let's say Italian style or German. That's just my preference.
Lady Ashton (3 years ago)
I am a new subbie. I am enamored with you and your channel! You are an inspiration. Love from Arizona!
baiyinadotcom (3 years ago)
Thanks so much for watching, subbing and you're sweet comment!
Southernbellebronxtale (3 years ago)
I never notice until I started my minimalistic journey  that  I gravitate towards the  Parisian style across the board. I love and strive to be more chic, timeless, and classic,  which gives me a piece of mind. great video!

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