Remember, remember…it’s Bonfire Night! We’re taking inspiration from the flames and the fireworks with some fireworks fashion. And no, we don’t mean exploding clothes, silly. We’re talking fireworks fashion – harnessing all those gorgeous flame shades; yellows, oranges, rusts, and bright, bold reds.
Fireworks fashion is the perfect autumnal fashion colour palette agree? This time of year is a burst of natural colour, with browns, reds, rusts, yellows and oranges taking over from summer greens.
Mix your colours – either in an autumnal print, or in separates, with fireworks fashion themed accessories too.
Clockwise, from top left: Print dress, £145, Debut @ Debenhams, yellow crepe front split skirt, £17.99, New Look, orange dress, £28, BHS, ankle boots, £79.99, H&M, rust bag, £19.99, New Look, orange blouse, £32, Principles by Ben De Lisi @ Debenhams
These fireworks fashion shades work brilliantly in the 1970s trend that’s huge right now – we adore this autumnal maxi dress from JOY. Team with with a floppy hat, a blanket wrap and you’re good to go.
Chunky knits in fireworks fashion shades work brilliantly for a night at the bonfire or fireworks display. They also look super edgy with a completely contrasting fabric and style, like this Balmain x H&M satin skirt.
Clockwise, from top left: Red trousers, £34.95, GAP, red skirt, £79.99, Balmain x H&M, red coat, £95, Principles by Ben De Lisi @ Debenhams, rust gloves, £5, BHS, red shoes, £29.99, H&M, mustard jumper, £19.99, New Look, orange New Balance trainers, £70, Schuh
A splash of yellow brings your fireworks fashion to life. Orange jumpsuit, yellow sweater, rust coat and red shoes. You’ll be as bright as the bonfire!
Clockwise, from top left: Cowl neck sweater, £22, BHS, ribbon dress, £29.99, H&M, jumpsuit, £100, French Connection, yellow sweater, £85, French Connection, Miss L-Fire shoes, £65, Schuh, rust fur collar coat, £69, Red Herring @ Debenhams