Our Cosy Outfits for Bonfire Night and Top Safety Tips

Our Cosy Outfits for Bonfire Night and Top Safety Tips

Bonfire night is upon us and with many firework displays set for tonight & the weekend we've put together a essential outfit guide to keep your little ones warm & cosy at the displays & the Muddy safety tips to keep safe at the displays!


No 1: Our Puddleflex Jacket


Designed for the most wet and blustery British weather, the Puddleflex Jacket is the top choice for the weather we are experiencing here in London this evening & what is forecast for the weekend of fireworks. It's the perfect unisex & stylish coat to stay warm, dry & comfy while being mesmerized by the wonderful displays. No 2: Puddleflex Trousers
Designed to be worn over clothing and footwear, these are great for matching with our bonfire night essential Puddleflex jacket. With the weekend weather set for a rainy display, our trousers will be the best addition to wear when watching the festivities from wet fields.

No 3: Our Snug Beanies


The Snug Knitted Beanie Hat super soft & super warm & 100% acrylic. This beanie is the perfect accessory to keep little heads warm while watching the fireworks in the rainy weather.


No 4: Snug Knitted Balaclava


Our super cosy knitted balaclava comes in red & navy, it is one size & is perfect to keep little ears warm while watching the fireworks.

We feel it almost has a Guy Fawkes look to it, do you think?!

No 5: Breezy Fleece Mitten


Our kids mittens have extra thick lining for warm fingers to stay warm at the displays, they feature our cool splash logo, have elasticated cuffs & last but not least, are machine washable.  We want all Muddy explorers to be safe this weekend. Here are our Muddy tips for top firework safety this weekend:
  • Only buy fireworks that comply with British Standard 7114 or its European equivalent. Instructions should be in English.
  • Follow the instructions on each firework and be sure they're suitable for home use.
  • Light fireworks at arm's length using a taper.
  • Stand well back.
  • Never go near a firework that has been lit. If it hasn’t yet gone off, it could still explode.
  • Never throw fireworks or put them in your pocket.
  • Always supervise children around fireworks.
  • Light sparklers one at a time and wear gloves.
  • Don't give sparklers to children under five years old.
  • Keep pets indoors.

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Be careful this weekend & see The NHS Fireworks Safety Guide here.

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