Bonfire Night is looking very different this year, but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy Guy Fawkes Night in a Covid-19 secure way!
Few firework events are still running, however there are still plenty of excuses to rent cosy bonfire outfits for the evening. Take a look at a few of our favourite ways to celebrate Bonfire Night, and what to wear for each occasion…
Drive-in firework displays are the perfect way to catch a glimpse of the Catherine wheels whilst social distancing, with displays across the country including Peterborough, Newark, Exeter, Wadebridge, Barrow-in-Furness, Chelmsford, Lowestoft and Lincoln- why not check to see what’s near you? This clever idea allows you to park up and watch the fireworks in your own space, so make sure you dress warm as you’ll be stood still.
Stay in and make some tasty snacks
It’s going to be cold anyway, why not stay in and enjoy making some tasty treats in your joggers and sweats? We’re thinking toffee apples, roasted marshmallows in the back garden, parkin or even toffee apple cake. Put the fire (or the heating) on, and settle down for a cosy, autumnal night.
Back yard bonfire s’mores
If your garden is big enough, why not have your own bonfire with the family? It’s perfect for stories around the fire or roasting some marshmallows and s’mores. It gets pretty warm by the fire, so choose some luxe cashmere to keep you cosy without being overly hot!
Back garden sparklers
If you only have a small back yard, balcony or the street, why not grab some sparklers and have a mini display of your own- the perfect excuse to still see the lights and flashes! They don’t last long, so stay casual in a cardigan and jeans, so you can get comfortable once you’re back in the house.
A few displays are still going ahead, so see if there’s one near you if you would like to go. If you do go, keep safe by socially distancing and dressing warm with a cosy coat.
Are you doing anything this Bonfire Night? How will you celebrate with restrictions? Rent your look with us