Shoon presents its bonfire style guide for 2013

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Online retailer Shoon advises customers how to get on trend for bonfire night this year. Proving that wrapping up warm can be fun, the retailer’s range of ankle boots and scarves are ideal Bonfire night outfit accompaniments for style setters.

Remember, remember the fifth of November, gunpowder treason and plot. Each year hundreds of thousands of people attend firework displays on and around bonfire night. Whether to pay tribute to Guy Fawkes’ gunpowder plot or simply to enjoy a family night out, bonfire night lends itself nicely to a showcase of the key autumnal trends.

Shoon has words of advice for customers wishing to attend bonfire night displays across the UK, detailing the best of this season’s trends.

Jenny Cook, Assistant Buyer, said: “It’s really important to wrap up warm at this time of year. The weather can be so unpredictable so you’ll want to ensure that you stay warm and dry, particularly if you’re going to be outside for a few hours watching firework displays.

“Our wide range of on-trend ankle boots and scarves add the perfect finishing touches to your bonfire night ensemble. They are designed with both comfort and style in mind, so there’s no excuse to miss out on the opportunity to showcase the latest trends.”

Ankle boots are one of the top trends in winter boots this year, and allow maximum comfort and versatility in a range of styles and quality materials perfectly suited to the outdoors. They work well either toned down with a pair of skinny jeans or dressed up with this season’s skater dress or midi skirt.

The scarves in Shoon’s collection come in a variety of bright colours and patterns, and are ideal for injecting a pop of colour into any outfit. With snoods, woollen scarves, and lightweight scarves to choose from, customers will be spoiled for choice.

Quality materials and style are key elements of Shoon’s ankle boot range. To view the full range of ankle boots, head to now.

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