The weather is starting to break in many places, and that means warmer days are ahead. We've all been in the house for the last year, and the itch to step out is growing by the minute. Want to serve a slay stateside when the world opens back up? These are the five cities you're most likely to give glam and turn heads when it's safe to do so.
It honestly seems like everyone is headed to Miami these days, but it's for a good reason. It ranks as one of the most glamorous cities because it has more cocktail bars, lounges, and nightclubs per 100,000 residents than anywhere else in the U.S., according to a study from Lawnstarter. Miami also happens to be one of the best places to shop in the states if you're into all things luxury fashion.
No surprise here. NYC has long been that girl when it comes to the best in nightlife, fine dining, shopping, and entertainment. Even in a pandemic, you can find top spas, five-star restaurants, and some of the world's highest-ranking hotels available to you in New York.
Los Angeles' step-sister no more, San Fran has grown to be one of the best destinations for those looking for that California experience with none of the plastic overlay of Hollywood. The cost of living is high, but so are the perks. Whether you want fantastic seafood overlooking the beach or a scenic hike followed by thrift shopping, Northern Cali's main attraction can get you together.
I mean, when has Las Vegas not been known for giving you a cute glam moment? As life starts to go back to some semblance of normalcy, the strip is back to being one of the premier places for spending a pretty coin and looking good while doing it. Though you won't be able to take in some of the shows Las Vegas is most known for, you can still take in the sights, run up an impressive tab in any of the casino, hotels, or lounges and head out to the desert for some ATV riding. Or you can choose to just lay out by the pool and keep it cute!
Surprise, surprise! You don't have to be a housewife to live lavish in ATL. With a bevy of places to grab a good cocktail, get pampered and step out, life's a peach in Georgia's main city. Chances are you can find yourself patronizing a lot of Black-owned businesses while strutting your stuff in Atlanta too, so this is a major win-win.