Make it a Mother’s Day She Won’t Forget
Let’s face it, your Mum deserves the world. This Mother’s Day, branch out from the usual bunch of flowers and bought-at-the-station card and treat your favourite lady to something unique. Here’s our round-up of the top five unusual days out that’ll show her just how special she is.
“Treat your favourite lady to
The Not-So-Ordinary Afternoon Tea
We know she loves gin (because every Mum loves gin), so head to Mr Foggs for a special Mother’s Day Tipsy Tea special. Gin cocktails, classic teatime treats and a complimentary box of truffles for Mum are all on the menu. Match the quirky theme with a bold print – our leopard print dress is the perfect option.
Sunday 11th March Mr-Foggs.com
The ‘Make Your Own Bunch’
Forget buying a bunch of blooms, it’s all about learning to make them yourself. Treat your mum to a Floristry Experience Day at Capel Manor. Giving you the opportunity to learn floristry techniques and make an arrangement you can take away with you. Stick with the floral theme by wearing this wisteria-print cardigan – super easy to wear and perfect for when it turns chilly in the afternoon.
Saturday 10th March Capelmanorgardens.co.uk
The Empowering Seminar
Part of the Women of the World series at the Southbank Centre, documentary-presenter Stacey Dooley will be holding a ‘Views on the News’ seminar on how today’s headlines affect gender equality – the perfect empowerment workshop. Keep things smart with our best-selling tailored trousers; flattering and sophisticated, you can wear them with everything and anything.
Sunday 11th March Southbankcentre.co.uk
The Wild & Wonderful Disco
Hackney Showroom plays host to the Disco Loco Mind, Body and Soul event. Hit the dancefloor with motown, R&B and disco, before unwinding in the yoga room, complete with fortune teller (naturally). Oh… and you can take your Nan along with you for free. Show off your best moves in this embroidered sweatshirt – it’s stylish, relaxed and easy to dance in.
Sunday 11th March Hackneyshowroom.com
The Museum Visit
Visit the Museum of London where the Votes for Women exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote. Featuring iconic objects (including Emmeline Pankhurst’s hunger-strike medal), at the heart of the display is a newly commissioned film that reflects on the modern relevance of the campaign. Our Bardot jumper dress is relaxed yet polished, perfect for a day of exploring.
Open to visit until January 2019 Museumoflondon.org.uk