Infamous as the birth place of the French Revolution, the Bastille neighborhood serves as a reminder of independence and makes itself in classic works such as Les Mierables and a Tale of Two Cities. Keep true to the freedom movement that turned France into the country and culture we know today with a-typical accessories that will set you apart from those of the declining monarchy.
Le Marais (meaning "The Marsh) is Paris' hippest district. Bordering Le Seine, you're sure to find an array of erotic bookstores, well-known, but discretly veiled street artists and fancy pastisserie's enjoying the tree-lined avenues. Wondering the cobblestoned streets and you'll find hidden gems only the best photgraphers and most seasoned travelers have ever had the honor of seeing. In the meantime, be sure you're dressed like the locals - or beware of hagglers.
Is Montmartre a tourist trap? Sure, but given the artisian history and the beautiful view over the rest of Paris as the city rests underneath Montmartre's steps - locals find the district quite enticing as well. Lounge on the steps leading up to the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur and enjoy a glass of wine as you look over and out across the city of lights.
Famed by its sex shops and night clubs, the Pigalle district earned its memorable name in World War II as Pig Alley. Today, the area still keeps true to its sexual roots - but the younger generation has found charm hidden beneath the district's dirtier path. Keep your look here fun, flirty and feminine and you're sure to have a good time, however you define it.