What to wear for bonfire night…

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What to wear for bonfire night

Okay, so lets face it, we probably won’t be going to a big bonfire with all our mates, but we can still enjoy 5th of November with a few sparklers, a couple of Catherine wheels and loads of toffee apples. Dressing for the cold outdoors can be tricky, but we’ve got you covered. Scroll down to find our ultimate guide for what to wear for bonfire night.

Finding the balance between fashionable and practical can be difficult, you wanna stay warm, without looking like you’re off on a hike. We’ve dropped the ultimate combination to help you nail your bonfire outfit.

Bonfire night outfits

The winter knits

The first part of your bonfire outfit needs to be a cosy knitted jumper, sweatshirt or hoodie. If you’re wise, you’ll opt for a dark colour to hide the inevitable mulled wine stains.

The cosy coat

As fash as your leather jacket or blazer looks, you’re not going to enjoy your night if you can’t stop shivering. Opt for a super cosy long coat that you can layer on top of a chunky jumper.

The Jeans

Layer up your outfit with a pair of vintage inspired mom jeans or boyfriend jeans.

The chunky boot

Whether you are standing in your back garden or heading to a local park, you need to be prepared for mud. Ditch the fresh white trainers for a pair of chunky boots.

The essential accessories

When you are wrapping up warm, most of your outfit isn’t on show, so it’s important to accessorise. Add a cross body bag, cute hat and a warm scarf.