As the long weekend stretches out ahead of us, Reiss HQ is buzzing with Easter plans. With the majority of the office fleeing London and heading north, south, east and west. We caught up with the team and asked them how they're spending their four-day break.    


Becky Boyce, our Fashion Copywriter, is heading to Bath.

I’m off to Somerset this weekend, as I do every Easter, to see my family and hang out with my nieces eating way too many Easter eggs. When taking a break from the chocolate, I’ll be attending the Bath races for a flutter and a few glasses of fizz. I will be sporting my Blondel top with the Bryant blue skirt and some snazzy platforms.

Read more in the Reiss Guide about what to do in the Bath.


Stephanie Villegas-Ross, our SEO Specialist, is heading to Kingston.

It's not exactly far afield, but this Easter I'll be making my way to Surrey, where I'm planning to see the butterflies at Wisley, enjoy an Easter egg hunt in the garden and a pub lunch on the Thames. My off-duty essentials for the weekend include the Isabel top and my favourite Smith skinny jeans.

Read more in the Reiss Guide about what to do in Kingston.


Olivia Murtha, our Press Assistant, is heading to Exeter.

I'm often found back home in Devon over the Easter break, and I'm especially looking forward to it this year as I'm off to a spa in the countryside for my grandma's 80th birthday celebrations. Between all the pampering and my treatments I will be taking a dip in the pool in my Tigra palm print bikini.

Read more in the Reiss Guide about what to do in Exeter.


Kim Farrall, our Graphic Designer, is heading to Chester.

This Easter I'll be in Chester at my parent's. On Friday I’m hiking up Snowdon, followed by a pub lunch (at the Grosvenor Arms pub in Alford, Chester), then on Saturday I'm going to a Jazz & Blues festival in the small market town of Nantwich just outside of Chester, where I'll slip into my Mona skirt and a simple black knit.

Read more in the Reiss Guide about what to do in Chester and for destination inspiration in general.