Remember remember the 5th of November… and definitely don't forget a proper cosy outfit to keep you cosy.
THE WARM COAT
The most important thing about dressing for a chilly night out is getting the coat right. A parka or puffa has a layer of insulation that will help you weather any cold winds. A parka with a furry hood will come in handy if it starts to rain. And a puffa with a waxy finish will help raindrops slide straight off, so whichever you go for it's a win-win situation.
THE CHUNKY KNIT
The next step is to make sure your outfit is windproof so you can leave your coat unzipped. A chunky knit will be your saviour. If it’s a warm evening, then style your knit around the waist or over the shoulders.
THE COMFY JEANS
If you can’t leave the house without your favourite jeans, you’ll love George’s Boyfriend jeans. They'll hug your waist comfortably but have a looser fit further down the leg so you’re free to be active.
THE CROSSBODY BAG
A crossbody bag is a must. It’ll hold your mobile, make-up and cards leaving you free to keep your little ones in check, and hold a sparkler, of course!
THE WORKER BOOT
If you’re wading through muddy parks to watch the fireworks display, a leather boot will be easy to clean at the end of the night. A chunky heel with a rubber grip sole and laces will offer you stability, function and form - hooray!
THE COLOURFUL GLOVES
These eye-catching gloves from George are the perfect eye candy. A deep rose tone is luxurious and girly all at once. Plus, they're great for keeping your hands warm and for holding a steamy hot chocolate.
THE BOBBLE HAT
Another way to stay warm is a pom-pom beanie. It’ll protect your ears and stop body heat escaping through your head. You’ll earn extra style points too!
THE KNIT SCARF
A knit scarf works as an accessory to jazz up your outfit and acts as a wind breaker. If it’s too hot, simply wear the scarf unlooped.
THE THERMAL SOCKS
Give your hiking boots the finishing touch with thermal socks. Not only will they keep your feet toasty but they’ll complete your look. Top tip: wear them long and over your boots with the folds on show.