How To Plan A Girls' Weekend in Your 30s
What better way to celebrate your favourite ladies than an unforgettable girls' weekend. Here are some of my tips, tricks and ideas for trips with your besties.
Where to GoLondon - how could I not include this, best city in the world.What to DoBrunch - there are so many good brunch options in London and something for everyone. You can do a bottomless brunch, you go try some cool vegan and vegetarian options, there are even cat cafes (yes, where you can bring your furry friend!).What to PackA versatile dress that you can wear with heels or trainers and sheet masks for your hangovers!Where to GoBrighton - amazing restaurants, gorgeous beach, chilled vibes.What to DoBeach picnic - such a great way to spend a warm summer's day or evening for that matter and it doesn't require too much effort. It\"s also a good way to catch up rather than being in a loud restaurant, you can also get some great Instagram snaps here too.What to PackA casual jumpsuit with a jumper for an evening on the beach and white trainers.Where to GoWales - basically my second home right now but it's such a beautiful place to visit with great hiking, views and beaches.What to DoHike or long walk - I'm a very active person and love nothing better than a long walk exploring a new destination.What to PackI used to be so bad at packing for Wales but I'm slowly getting better; a jacket, jumper or dress and walking boots or trainers.Where to GoBath - I can't believe I only visited Bath a few years ago but I absolutely fell in love with it, it's so pretty but also quite cool and trendy.What to DoCocktail bars - they have great nightlife in Bath especially as it's a uni town but that doesn't mean it's full of students. Try the more up market cocktail bars rather than the student dives.What to PackA good pair of sunglasses and some cosy pjs for snuggling in after a night out.Have you done any girls' trips lately? Where did you go?Lauren xxFollow me here for more inspo! @lodickinson