Everyone’s favourite bank holiday weekend is almost upon us and whether you’re still searching for where to go or you’ve got your trip planned, we’ve got the what-to-wear tips for all sorts of weekend breaks
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It’s a hugely popular Easter weekend break destination, particularly if you’re into some seriously good shopping. New York is known as one of the coolest cities on the planet, so you’re going to want to mirror that in your wardrobe. We’d recommend packing your favourite pair of skinny jeans (or two), some simple tees, a leather jacket and your favourite white sneakers for a ‘I-just-threw-this-together’ vibe. If you’ve got a big night planned don’t forget to include a glamorous dress and some chic heels that will have you looking like you’re from the Upper East Side.
If you’re being a sun-seeker this Easter, Morocco is a fail-safe option. You can expect up to ten hours of sunshine and temperatures in the mid-to-late twenties, meaning you’ll need to bring lightweight and sun-ready clothes. We’d pack a maxi dress, stylish sandals, comfortable shorts, an on-trend skirt and some relaxed tops, so you can beat the heat. The temperature can drop in the evening, so bring a spring jacket with you to combat any late night chill.
One of the most popular city breaks, Amsterdam has become a must-visit for many world travellers. With cute canals, lots of architecture and other interesting sights, there’s plenty to pack in during a weekend trip. If you’re planning to take in as much as Amsterdam can offer you, you need to make sure you’ve got a pair of comfortable trainers that will allow you to be on your feet for as long as possible. The temperature isn’t hugely warm – around the early teens – so pack either a cosy jumper or coat so you don’t spend the day thinking about how cold you are, rather than appreciating all Amsterdam has to offer!
Planning a staycation this Easter? If we could pick anywhere, we’d go with the Lake District (or any other rural destination) to get out of the city and enjoy all the gorgeous countryside Britain has to offer. If you’re going to be doing plenty of walking, invest in a sturdy pair of walking boots – we tend to head to The North Face for ours – and bring along a cosy fleece and lightweight mac in case the weather takes a turn (Great British weather and all!) Avoid wearing jeans and instead look at some sports tracksuits or leggings as they offer much better flexibility for any more strenuous walks.
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