Ladies leave your man at home – today it’s all about us girls! The 8th March marks International Women’s day, so take this opportunity to show all the fabulous ladies in your life some serious lovin’. Here’s our five top tips to make the most of #InternationalWomen’sDay without breaking the bank.
- Let your girlies know that you love them!
This can be a Whatsapp, text, Instagram post – whatever floats your boat. Personally, I think a picture speaks a thousand words so a collage of all your fave females with a cute caption never goes amiss. Why stop there, though? Get on Twitter and send your top celebs some loving as well.
- Get on the merch hype
Is this a bit unnecessary? Yes. Should you do it anyway to treat yo’self? Absolutely. Every major brand has jumped on the #GirlBoss hype so why not take advantage of this and get spenny with some sweet new garms. Here’s some of our faves:
£7.50, Miss Pap.
- Don’t forget about your mum!
Yes, Mother’s Day is just around the corner, but can you ever really show your mum too much appreciation? Why not surprise her this year with a double whammy celebration and pop a prezzie in the post for International Women’s Day. Take a look at our fave pics for your Mama this #IWD:
T shirt, £14.99, I want one of those.
Tote bag, £7.80, Zazzle.
I <3 Mum keyring, £2.59, Ebay.
- Gifts 4 U
Inspired by Sprinkle Of Glitter’s most recent vlog where she announced her engagement to herself, why not invest in your happiness this IWD and get some treats in your online basket. From clothes to baths bits, candles to cushions, there’s a plethora of niceties to perk you up and congratulate yourself for being you.
IWD t shirt, £18.67, Redbubble.
Suffragette bracelet, £13.99, Esty
Luxury Candle Gift Set, £9.99, Aldi.
- Get cultured
There are events going on across the whole of the UK in celebration of #InternationalWomen’sDay, so get yourself down there to learn about those amazing ladies who risked everything to make sure we would grow up in a society where our voices can be heard. You go girls!
What’s your favourite way to celebrate International Women’s Day? Let us know in the comments below!