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Lina Psaila
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As we’re move closer to February, Christmas holidays seem like a distant memory. It’s only natural that we start getting that escapist feeling in order to recharge and reboot. The perfect way to relax without breaking the bank is by organising a short weekend getaway on US soil. With Valentine’s Day coming up you may want to organise a romantic weekend away with your beau or conversely a fun weekend with your  best mates. So get your travel essentials, and prep your carry on we here at Shopcade have prepared a small travel guide with the best cities to visit this winter! 


Napa Valley 

For your ultimate wine tasting getaway book a room near a vineyard and fully indulge yourself in what the city has to offer:  olive groves, and the Mayacamas Mountains. 

Calistoga, California 

Looking for a romantic getaway with your significant other? How about a secluded ranch in the middle of California offering plenty of activities outdoors and impressive wooden interiors of a classically crafted lodge. 

Connecticut 

If you think that romance is dead then how about going to a place where Victorian romanticism and architecture thrive? Yes, we're talking about Connecticut and its offering of 19th century fairytails in the charming seaport village of Mystic, Connecticut. 

Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont 

For a truly romantic weekend of yesteryear aesthetic look no further than Vermont. There between the maple and pine trees of Barnard, lies a 18th century  farmhouse that once belonged to Nobel Prize-winning writer Sinclair Lewis. Literary getaway check! 

Tennesee 

To experience the true farmhouse adventure head to the Great Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee. You'll be surprised to find amazing farms with a few sparse bucolic hill cottages and grand, multi-bedroom homes. Fill your days  with pursuits like horseback riding, fly-fishing, and canoeing and enjoy indulgent dinners at the hotel. 

Ready to pack your bags? Scroll below for the ultimate weekend getaway looks! 

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Heading somewhere? There's alway some travel involved come the holidays whether you're heading back home to your parents or you've booked a winter sun or sporty ski getaway. The trick is to pack everything you'll need, with space for gifts and souvenirs; which is actually much easier than it sounds. Make a packing list but stick to multi-tasking items to save space. So the jeans that can be effortlessly dressed up with heels, the insulating ski jacket that you'd be proud to wear après ski as well, and the sunglasses you also use to hide tired eyes. And of course luggage that's expandable and as big as your allowance allows. 


Find the pieces and products we'd recommend in our ready-to-shop edits below. Bon voyage!

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There's nothing like a quick weekend getaway to make you feel refreshed and recharged amidst a busy schedule. It's very easy to overpack and annoy your boyfriend or husband but actually, there is an easier way to packing exactly what you need in a limited amount of space. 


1. Get the small suitcase. This is probably the simplest trick to help you with overpacking. Aim for a hard-sided suitcase ideally one that also works as a carry-on so you can't squeeze in any additional clothes.

2. Try the clothing countdown: Use the 5,4,3,2,1 rule which means no more than five sets of socks & underwear, four tops, three bottoms, two pairs of shoes and one hat/ pair of gloves. 

3. The day before your trip, lay out everything you'd like to pack and edit a few times. Figure out how much you'll need an item and completely scratch out the in case I need it pile. 

4. Roll it. The quickest way to pack is by rolling your clothes. It helps maximise space and minimise wrinkly items. You can even try packing tubes to really optimise the space you have available. 

5.Toiletries on top. Always keep your toiletries within easy reach by placing them on top. Firstly they might burst crumbled underneath piles of clothes and shoes. Secondly, you never know when security will want you to take them out of the bag. 

6. Separate toiletry kit. Don't unpack your toiletries, simply keep them in a separate kit including a toothbrush and contact lenses. 

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The ever growing demands of work and life require frequent flyers, frequent train hoppers and definitely a few frequent roadtrippers so it comes as no surprise that this is a gift guide that had to be done. The jetset troupe is no longer an elite few of wealthy groups setting off to Barbados at the drop of a hat, it's dare I say all of us? So it's about time we got the perfect attire for it. You'll want to start with luggage. 


A cute, compact carry on with a matching suitcase or two, a cool laptop sleeve, eye mask, sunglasses and comfy wardrobe choices. Opt for a loosely fitted pair of trousers or a skirt, ankle boots or trainers and a big saul scarf can go a long way when you're looking to protect yourself from air conditioning but also create a cosy nook for a quick on board shut eye. 

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While the rest of us are gift-hunting and party-hopping this month, the jetsetter is already planning their next escape. Hot or cold? Carry-on or checked in suitcase? Business or pleasure? These are the questions they’ll ask themselves as they take advantage of the fantastic flight deals currently around. We’ll envy them come March when we’re scrambling to make last minute Easter and bank holiday plans and they disappeared off to their desired destination. 


As they’re probably seasoned pros at packing, and the airport restrictions are ingrained in their memory, elevate their travel essentials or gift them things they’re most likely to forget. Luggage is definitely worth investing in as weekend bags and suitcases last for years and yet there always seems to be other priorities- namely the stylish contents inside. Travel-sized luxury toiletries wouldn’t go amiss to save them the last-minute drugstore run and the embarrassment of having to throw away too big bottles at security. A chic passport cover will ensure they keep theirs even closer at hand and cosy separates to actually travel in will help make the journey as comfortable as possible. This way they can treat themselves (and maybe buy you a thank you gift) in Duty Free.

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