1. Faux fur paw mittens, £20, Topshop| 2. Dark red long sleeve crop top, £16, River Island| 3. Twisted faux fur snood, £25, Topshop| 4. Beth felt zip front A-line skirt baby pink, £19.99, Missguided| 5. Alice Hannah gem faux fur ear muffs, £20, Next| 6. Women's original tall gloss wellington boots, £95, Hunter| 7. Kintted fluffy crop jumper, £34, Topshop| 8. Celine teddy faux fur pink, £54.99, Missguided| 9. Diaganol rib beanie, £14, Topshop| 10. Red tartan blanket scarf, £15, River Island
I am so excited for bonfire night I can't even explain it! Although I am a little bit down in the dumps that I won't be able to go with my boyfriend again this year, I do have my housemates instead! Living in Leeds is fab as there are so many displays to choose from, and they are all so amazing! The only thing I must complain about however is the weather, it's now November and it is starting to get very cold... so if like me you are deciding to head out to a firework display this bonfire night, I have compiled a list of all of the essentials you need to wrap up warm!
I absolutely love this time of year when it comes to revamping your wardrobe and buying all of your winter warmers, and now is the perfect time to grab yourself a bargain, so many places have offers on their winter essentials at the moment including Missguided who are offering 15% off a the moment on selected items!
When it comes to buying your bonfire night essentials I think it is very important to make sure you have your mittens, woolly jumpers, scarves, muffs and hats at the ready as it can be freezing cold, and firework displays usually mean waiting around for ages for them to actually start! I absolutely love this tartan blanket scarf from River Island, tartan is very on trend at the moment and so are blanket scarfs, they are so cosy! As for the paw print mittens, they are so irresistible, very cute. Also, considering you're going to be stood in a massive mucky field, don't forget your wellies! I am by no means saying go out and snap up a pair of Hunter wellies, they are so expensive, but if you do fancy getting a pair, look at them as an investment, you will be wearing these all winter ever year!
It's not all just about the winter accessories, there are plenty of ways to wrap up warm this winter, whether it is a fluffy jumper or a felt skirt, consider textures this season such as velvets and ribbed materials that are designed to keep you warm, dressing for winter doesn't have to mean a massive un flattering parka! I am absolutely in love with this teddy coat, very on trend for A/W14 as are winter pastels, so this one is perfect!
Are you heading out to a firework display this bonfire night? What are your winter essentials? Leave me a comment below :)