Bonfire Attire

Bonfire Night was a drizzly affair.

But I was fully prepared!

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Wrapped up against the elements in my finest winter warmers.

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Wearing a new coat I spotted online.

I’m usually a wool coat kinda girl, but there’s nothing worse than a wet wool coat.

This little beauty may just be the most practical thing I’ve ever owned!

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Light enough to swoosh around and layer on top of jumpers, but still keeps you dry and toasty all over.

There’s even a hood.

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The drawstring waist creates a rather flattering silhouette, too.

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Felt hat // Lipstick (oxblood)

Waterproof parka

Cream poloneck jumper // Shearling shrug

Skinny jeans // Cosy boots  

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All set for the evening’s festivities!

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We marched across Notting Hill to Bella (who has a new blog!)’s Bonfire Party.

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Please forgive the shaky snap, too pretty not to share the pathway to the party.

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We all snuggled in around the fire with hotdogs and hot wine.

 

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Even Silver May came up to town for the occasion.

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We chatted away with old and new friends, roasting ourselves by the fire.

Before we knew it, the fireworks began.

Rocketing into the air and dusting the sky in fiery glitter.

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The gold ones are my favourite 🎆

A video posted by Rosie Londoner (@rosielondoner) on

^ Press play!

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The crowd watched on, mesmerised.

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We oohed and ahhed, followed the crackling fireworks with rapturous applause, and returned to the fire with topped up mulled wine.

Can we make Bonfire Night a weekly thing, please? I can’t bear to wait another year!

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