Friday, 16 May 2014

Hen weekend top tips


Top fashion tips for hen weekends

 



Rather than settling for a traditional hen night in the local pub, more and more brides-to-be are opting to head off with their nearest and dearest on hen weekends. After all, why party for one night only if you can party for two or three instead?

 

However, planning for these extended celebrations can be tricky. For example, you might not be sure which clothes and accessories to take with you. Luckily, help is at hand. Here are some top tips to bear in mind when you’re packing for your weekend away.

 

Travel time

 

You might be tempted to reach for your high heels and slip into a sexy little number from the word go, but try to hold back while you’re travelling. If you want to arrive at your destination in the party mood, opt for some comfortable clothes for getting around in.


Remember, there’s bound to be at least some walking involved in your trip and you’ll be carrying bags.

 

During the day

 

Find out what you’ll be doing on the hen do before you set off. If you’ll be checking out the shops, some smart casual clothes will come in handy.



If you’re going to do an activity, ask the organiser if you’ll need any specific items of clothing. Even if specialist gear is provided, you might need certain clothes to wear underneath. If you’re going to get wet or muddy, make sure you have a change of clothing too.

 

When evening falls

 

Hen parties are the perfect excuse to have some fun when it comes to your fashion choices. They’re the sort of evenings when you can get away with wearing that miniskirt that’s usually just that little bit too short, or those risqué fishnet stockings. They’re also the ideal time to don a slinky LBD.

 

Be careful when it comes to your shoes though. Remember, you’ll probably be dancing until the early hours and you don’t want blistered feet to ruin your night. This means it might be a good idea to ditch your strappy high heels and go for something stylish but a little more practical, like leather ankle boots.

 

Fancy dress

 

There’s no denying that fancy dress is fun and it can really add to the atmosphere on a hen do. However, if you want to get into nightclubs, bars and restaurants, make sure you check their policies on fancy dress first. The last thing you want is to be prevented from getting into venues because of your outlandish attire.

 

A failsafe approach is to wear appropriate clothes underneath your fancy dress so that you can simply slip out of the gear if you need to.

 

The perfect excuse

 

One of the great things about heading off on a hen do is the fact that it provides you with the perfect excuse to go on a shopping spree. There’s no certainly no shortage of clothes and accessories for you to choose from now. For example, by heading online to site like Love Sasha you should be able to find exactly what you’re looking for.

 

So what do you think? 

MissLJBeauty xoxo 

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