Video Review: Paris Street Style: A Coloring Book



Title: Paris Street Style: A Coloring Book
Illustrator: Zoé de Las Cases
Publisher: Potter Style
Publication date: February 2, 2016
Source: finished copy from Blogging for Books

Wherever you’re off to, take this cheeky and charming coloring journal with you. Transport yourself to the corner pâtisserie, and give life to the stylish essentials laid out from your suitcase. Beautifully detailed outfits, accessories, and hairstyles complement the equally ornate cityscapes. Embellish whimsical, full-page patterns and classic dresses with your own style. Window shop the elegant stores of Paris while you give life to playful fashion. Like a high-end journal, this sleek package has an elastic closure and a satin ribbon marker so you can dip in and dip out of your own French fashion week. With nothing more than some colored pencils, you’ll be on your way to a stress-free, Parisian-chic day.

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Sorry for the abrupt cut off at the end. My phone stopped filming suddenly.

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I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest review. 

7 thoughts on “Video Review: Paris Street Style: A Coloring Book

  1. I must confess, I’ve never really looked into the world of colouring books of this style, but this has really peaked my interest – I will definitely be looking into this 🙂 Your colouring is fab – so vibrant, and realistic. Would you recommend the pencil set you use? I usually go for the creamy Derwent colouring pencils (I just find them easier to use in terms of applying shades and such) but am looking for a newer set!

    ~ TT @


    • I have close to 20 coloring books that I use, and an Amazon wish list with over 30 more haha. I use them all the time so I figured I should start reviewing them. It’s always helpful to get a flip-through of what’s inside before you buy one.

      I haven’t used the Derwent colored pencils before so I can’t compare but I definitely recommend Prismacolors. I use the Scholar set, which are student grade so they’re much cheaper than Premiers. They have a softer and waxier lead than many colored pencils, so it’s easier to get vibrant colors without too much pressure. Hope that helps!

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      • Ah, I’ll have to check them out – they do sound like a good set. I pretty much love any pencil that’s creamier/waxier than usual because it allows for so much extra play with colour and tone, without additional pressure. Thanks for coming back to me!

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  2. Ugh this is beautiful! What a great coloring book! What are your other favorites? I have found that I don’t like realistic books as much as patterns/abstracts because I feel like I should color things with the proper colors. If that makes any sense.


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