Bonfire night is fast approaching. With our dreary, freezing British weather it’s good to have some style tips for the night so you aren’t left shivering, wishing you’d stayed in and watched the fireworks from your window.
On 5th November we commemorate the failure of Guy Fawkes and his gang of activists in attempting to blow up the houses of parliament. It’s celebrated all over Britain, as well as in countries that were formerly part of the British Empire and crowds of people flock to the street to watch million pound firework displays. We’ve got some advice on how to stay on trend for this year’s Bonfire Night.
The puffers are in and there’s just about every colour available for you to pick from. They’re feather filled, cosy and even being sold in silver so you can style yourself to mirror the fireworks.
Vintage faux fur never goes out of style and there’s nothing better than snuggling up in a big fur coat- you’ll feel like you’re receiving a massive bear hug all night long!
Another style choice that never goes out of fashion are Dr. Martens. They’re everyone’s trusty favourites and perfect for keeping your outfit looking amazing. What’s more you’ll be prepared to tackle any terrain thrown your way when your hunting for the perfect spot to watch the fireworks. Try the fur lined pair for extra warmth.
Adding colour to your outfit is easy with a scarf and there’s the added bonus of warmth if you’re stood outside for a long time.
It’s coming into winter now, which means it’s definitely time for hat shopping before Bonfire Night. These hats from Anthropologie with the detachable pom poms are amazing, and you can colour coordinate your pom pom with your outfit.
If you’re headed somewhere more glam than your local sports field: perhaps a roof-top bar or cocktail party, then the big coats and boots really won’t suffice. Sparkles and sequins are on trend this season, and the perfect occasion to wear them is Bonfire Night as you can style yourself with the fireworks.
Sequined Slip Dresses