This Marrakech Bachelorette Will Put Every Bachelorette You’ve Ever Been To to Shame
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This Marrakech Bachelorette Will Put Every Bachelorette You’ve Ever Been To to Shame

Take one part palace, two parts souk shopping, three parts clubbing, and mix.

Sure, we know that a trip with all your girlfriends for your bachelorette has become standard issue—a bachelorette party is no longer just a night out with your girlfriends wearing a tacky sash. And for a lot of reasons, we’re happy about it. Especially when some bachelorette trips are as lavish as flying to Marrakech for a long weekend at a palace. Or rather, one bachelorette—that of Tara Ghazanfar, the designer and founder of bag label Tara Zadeh. Lucky for us we have an in with the bride and a couple of her bridesmaids, so they sent us some snapshots of the weekend. As with any good bachelorette, however, the best pictures are for their eyes only.

Click through to find out how you can do a jet set bachelorette just like Ghazanfar's.


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“I have a lot of good girlfriends, but I knew not everyone would be able to come since the girls are all in different parts of the world. One month before the actual wedding, I couldn’t expect people to travel that far. So I sent my bridesmaids the list of girls I wanted to invite. There were about 20 names. I think 10 is a good number to actually come and that’s how many we were. The minimum you should have on a trip is four or five girls and up to 10 or 12. If all the girls I had invited came, it would have been too intense I think. Twenty is definitely way too many.”
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