Hopelessly Heather

The ramblings and obsessions of a longtime Avon lady

As many of you know, I’ve been experiencing burnout, and desperately needed to hit the reset button. This post has been sitting in my “Drafts” folder for nearly six months–I simply couldn’t muster up the desire or energy to review all the individual pieces…I even took several months off from wearing new pieces and taking selfies. As a result, all but one of the pieces featured in this post are no longer available. Moving forward, as a rule, I’m not going to write reviews of the pieces I wear and feature. I’m hoping to rekindle the love of sharing my looks again, while relieving some of the self-imposed pressure. That said, I hope you enjoy photos from the last half of my Parisian vacation!

The lady in red…wearing Avon’s fmg Cashmere Soft Glam Eyeshadow Palette (no longer available), Goldtone Off the Chain Layered Necklace (no longer available), and Femme Floral Drop Earrings (no longer available)!



If you can’t be girly pink in Paris, where can you?! Wearing Avon’s Stainless Steel Tender Pink Drop Earrings (no longer available)!


We’re off to sea…er, SEE the Louvre!! Wearing Avon’s Cyan Sea Necklace and Earring Set (no longer available)!


Fit for a queen? Maybe not, but definitely ready to check out Versailles! Wearing Avon’s Sterling Silver Sliding Pearl Necklace (no longer available) and All You Need Earring Pack (no longer available)!


Going to see the cabaret show at Moulin Rouge! Wearing Avon’s Signature Statement Necklace (no longer available) and Iconic Avon Drop Earrings (no longer available)!


Living the dream! Wearing Avon’s Meaningful Double Layer Dream Necklace and Everyday Cable Earring Pack (no longer available)!


Summer solstice is nearly here! Wearing Avon’s Summer Solstice Earring Pack (no longer available)!


Showing a little lace! Wearing Avon’s Two-Pack Lace Tanks (no longer available) and Precious Pave Collection 4-Piece Giftset (no longer available)!


Those are all of the selfies from our final week in Paris! What was your favorite and how would you have worn it?! BONUS CONTENT: Enjoy some of my favorite photos from our second (and final) week in Paris!

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A replica of the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower

Colorful alleyway in Bercy

Colorful alleyway in Bercy

Canyoneaustrate—a fountain that was drained and not yet running for the season

Canyoneaustrate—a fountain that was drained and not yet running for the season



Musée du Louvre Pyramides

The Pyramids at the Louvre

Jaconde aka Mona Lisa

The Mona Lisa

Venus de Milo

Venus de Milo

Fountain in the gardens at Chateau de Versailles 2

The gardens at Versailles

Fountain in the gardens at Chateau de Versailles

A fountain at Versailles

The gardens at Chateau de Versailles 2

The gardens at Versailles

The gardens at Chateau de Versailles

The gardens at Versailles

Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge

Back of a statute at Musée d’Armée at Dome des Invalides, Tombeau de Napoleon 1e

Back of a statue at the Army Museum in Invalides

Le Panthéon

The Pantheon

Le Panthéon crypt—Rousseau’s tomb

Rousseau’s tomb in the crypt under the Pantheon

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8 thoughts on “OOH, LA LA–MY PARIS VACAY (PART II)!!

  1. I loved all those looks, you are stunning in all of them! I loved all the jewelry too, too bad it’s now available anymore. I hope you enjoyed your vacation in spite of the dreaded burnout.

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    1. hethrgood says:

      Thank you! I did enjoy the vacation…I’d never taken a two week vacay before, and now I don’t think I can ever take only a single week again! LOL

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  2. I like the first (flower) earrings the best.
    Versailles looks like a great place for some strolling.

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    1. hethrgood says:

      Versailles is one of my regrets–I wish we’d traveled there ourselves, rather than with a tour. We didn’t have much time to see the gardens at all. If/when we go back to Paris, we will definitely dedicate an entire day to explore just the gardens at Versailles. The little bit we saw was INCREDIBLE.

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      1. Good tip! The guide always has some knowledge that you might otherwise not be aware of, however, I don’t like how restrictive that can be to tour with them.

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        1. hethrgood says:

          Exactly. I loved the info the guide provided during the tour of the palace, but it woukl have been been ideal if the guide led other tours through and allowed us to explore the grounds at our leisure and catch a ride back later.

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  3. Michelle says:

    Vive le France. What did you think of the Mona Lisa. I was underwhelmed – I didn’t expect it to be small.

    I enjoy your fashion posts. Self-care was absent when my eating disorder was in full swing. I did the bare minimum. Now that I’m trying to change that, I like posts that show makeup and fashion choices (though they were mostly bare-faced and yoga pants this weekend).

    I also find YouTube to be good for this. I follow lots of “how to dress, how to wear makeup, live your best life with selfcare” channels.

    Here’s hoping that passion circles back around sooner rather than later.

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    1. hethrgood says:

      I had heard how small the Mona Lisa was so much, that I was totally prepared. It was exactly what I expected. I’m glad I crossed it off my bucket list.

      Aww, thank you! I am trying to rekindle that passion little by little. God knows I’ve got quite a large stockpile of new jewelry pieces and makeup to wear and show off!

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