Fashion: 3 dates - 3 outfits.




After reading Tabithas post about creating a bucket list of activities to complete with her sister throughout the next 12 months I thought it would be a good thing to apply to date nights with your partner. I've been with Tom 7.5 years now, and as much as as the classic dinner and cinema date is lovely to do. Sometimes it's nice to do something a little different. I've put together some ideas for dates and of course the outfits to go with them that maybe we could all try to do with our other halves! - To be fair you don't need to be in a relationship to do these, get a group of mates together and give them a go! 




Do something active together. There are couples that gym together which is fine, Tom and I have started going to play badminton each week but I wouldn't call that a date! Instead go along for some fun somewhere like  Go Ape! It's kind of like exercise but more enjoyable! This is something quite a few of my friends have done in the past, I am yet to go though! I am a bit of a scardy cat wen it comes to things like this as I get paranoid I am going to fall! However I do think it would be a really fun activity to do so maybe sometime soon I will pluck up the courage and go along with Tom for a 'day date'. 

Embellished Skirt here & here | Black Cami | Prism Heels | Gold Clutch | Lipstick 

Since seeing various films based in Vegas Tom and I have always said we would love to go there just to experience it, unfortunately for us we cant afford a trip over to Sin City so we'll have to make do with something a little closer to home. I've always been interested to go to a Casino, I can't say I know what I am doing when it comes to Blackjack or Roulette but I would have a go on some of the other casino games like the slots! - You can't go wrong with them! I think it would just be a fun night out, couple of drinks. Give yourself a set budget to spend and try to keep any winnings separate to your 'spending' money so you can go home with a big grin on your face!
Going to a gig is a great way to spend an evening. I'm not saying you need to go and purchase the pricer tickets to go see a band that's currently in the charts. Instead be experimental, look in your local paper for gigs going on in your area. Tickets are usually fairly priced and you have the chance to discover some new bands! Tom and I love going to gigs, you meet other people with a similar interest as you, listen to good music (sometimes), have a couple of drinks & just a good evening. We tend to tie in our gigs with weekends away sometimes. Like tonight we are off to Manchester to watch Twenty One Pilots!

Do you stick to the standard meal & cinema dates or do you try to mix it up a little bit?

Much love

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