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Ultimate Female Packing List for Las Vegas in Summer

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Las Vegas is the adult’s party playground, home to girlfriend getaways and bachelorette parties on any given night. Summertime is a popular time to visit, although most visitors spend their time at the exclusive casino pools, like Rehab at the Hard Rock Casino, and the air conditioned shops. With temperatures between the 70s and 100s Fahrenheit, can you really blame them?

Everything centers around the Strip and with most casinos within walking distance, you want to make sure to pack some comfy shoes. Much of what you pack will depend on what activities you are interested, whether it be hiking the nearby canyons or playing blackjack or lounging by the pool. Just don’t pack a camera because if the saying is true, “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”

This packing list should be suitable for a long weekend in Sin City.

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Clothing

3 sundresses – Easy to thrown on in the mornings.

1 nice going out dress – If you plan on going to nightclubs like Tao or Pure, make sure to dress the part.

1 skirt – Switch up your going out attire or throw on over your swimsuit when exploring the Strip.

1 sarong – Easy to tie over your swimsuit to go into a restaurant.

1 pair of jeans – Some people might disagree with this one, but if you’re not in the mood for wearing a dress to the clubs, it’s nice to have options.

2 swimsuits – You will spend plenty of time in it. Two allows you to wash one and wear one.

1 cardigan – It’s still the desert, so it cools down at night.

2 bras – One nude and one black.

4 pairs of underwearBring ExOfficio and it’s less to pack, but just make sure it’s the sexy lace kind.

Shoes

Comfy shoes for walking the strip – It’s difficult to gauge distances on the Strip so you may walk a mile to the MGM while rubbing blisters into your heels.

Nice sandals, heels or flats – For dinner out, you need a nice pair of shoes, depending on your preference.

Flip flops – For hanging out by the pool.

Toiletries

Deodorant – You don’t want to smell when you’re out dancing

Shampoo and conditioner

Toothbrush and Toothpaste

Makeup – Items from the Low Key Traveler’s Beauty Kit should be enough.

Ibuprofen – or your preferred hangover remedy

Razor – Have nice smooth legs before you go out to the pool.

Brush – A travel sized brush should work.

Hair ties – Keep the hair off your neck.

Hair dryers and straighteners – Many hotels have dryers, but if you want to get dolled up, you will need your own hair straightener.

Birth control – Because what happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas.

Diva cup – You don’t want your time of the month to ruin your trip.

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Protection from the Elements

Sunscreen – The Vegas sun is relentless, especially if you’re sitting in the reflection of the Luxor pyramid! Bring high SPF sunscreen to avoid getting fried.

Hat – Make sure it covers your ears, in addition to being fashionable.

Sunglasses – If you forget them there are plenty of stores that sell cheap ones.

Tech

iPod – Create a playlist for your weekend.

Chargers – Vegas uses standard American outlets.

Other

Money – Whether it be for cabs, gambling, shopping or bail, you can’t do Vegas without serious cash.

Books or e-reader – You’ll need some good chick lit when you’re hanging out poolside.

Ear plugs – If you plan on getting any sleep, you might need to drown out the noise of your fellow party-goers with ear plugs.

Eye mask – Keep the light out and save yourself from worsening your hangover. See what to pack to help you sleep.

Government issued ID – Every casino will ask you for your ID before you can drink or gamble.

You must be age 21 or older to drink or gamble in Las Vegas or to even be on the casino floor in many places. Bring your government issued identification with you, likely a drivers license if you’re from the US or a passport if you’re from overseas.

ATMs are available in most casinos, so you don’t need travelers checks, but having cash upon arrival is always a good idea, especially if you’re taking a taxi from the airport. Although pretty much every taxi takes card these days.

Stay as a group. You don’t want any friends getting left behind or having something slipped into their drinks. And don’t forget to have fun!

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Written by Caroline

Caroline Eubanks is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, but has also called Charleston, South Carolina and Sydney, Australia home. After college graduation and a series of useless part-time jobs, she went to Australia for a working holiday. In that time, she worked as a bartender, bungee jumped, scuba dived, pet kangaroos, held koalas and drank hundreds of cups of tea. You can find Caroline at Caroline in the City.

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  1. Megan E. says

    Good tips – here are two more:

    Bring a water bottle that you can refill when by the pool and consider a cute hat to cover head and face as you walk around the strip.

    Also, a “standard American outlet” is 120 V for people looking at this from other places…

  2. Stephanie says

    That’s pretty much what I had on my list.. I’ve been like 3 times but never prepared. Def helpful tho. Thanks

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