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Paris is world famous for its haute couture, trendsetting fashion, and luxury labels.
But what if you want a slice of that Parisian chic without breaking the bank?
We'll let you in on a secret: the city is brimming with affordable fashion gems, if you know where to look.
Here's our insider's guide to trendy, budget-friendly shopping in Paris.
1. St Ouen Flea Market
With over 1,000 stalls to browse through, this vibrant flea market is a goldmine for bargain hunters. St Ouen is composed of 15 different markets, so prepare to get lost in a colourful maze of Art Deco furniture, rare books and precious antiques.
With patience and a little luck, you can unearth one-of-a-kind treasures and irresistible deals.
The market is open on Saturday, Sunday and Monday; just make sure you get there early enough to beat the crowds!
Metro stations: Porte de Clignancourt (line 4) or Garibaldi (line 13)
2. The Marais
This historic neighbourhood is teeming with unique, avant-garde boutiques at surprisingly reasonable prices.
Up-and-coming French design labels mix with more eclectic shops, selling anything from vintage leather to home decorations. Don't miss the Place des Vosges, a stunningly beautiful square lined with artsy shops.
The Marais is an architectural marvel as well as a shopping hotspot, so give yourself at least a few hours to do it justice.
Metro station: Saint-Paul (line 1)