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4 Bonfire Outfit Ideas That’ll Light Up Your Insta Grid

Spoiler: There are really cute jackets in here.

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It’s bonfire season, and you need some fire ‘fits to wear. These kickbacks require an outfit that can keep the cold at bay but aren’t too hot when you’re close to the fire. Try one of these bonfire outfits for your next fireside hang.

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Keep things casual by wearing an oversized flannel shacket (shirt jacket). Aside from a warm cover you can toss on over everything, it gives off the energy that, if needed, you could definitely start the fire by yourself — or at least that you know how best to stack the wood.

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Oversized Flannel Shirt

Boohoo’s Oversized Flannel ($22, Boohoo) is ideal for a chilly night around the fire with its fleecy texture. The roomy fit makes it easy to layer with a heavier undershirt for the really cold nights.


A winning bonfire outfit combo, to me, will always be a turtleneck and overalls. It’s a look that says you don’t mind getting a little dirty while still being fashionable.

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Slouchy Straight Jean Overalls for Women
Old Navy

Made with 95% cotton and 5% recycled cotton, Old Navy’s Overalls ($50, Old Navy) are about as comfy as they come. Trust, you’ll wear these overalls well beyond any bonfires.


Sherpa jackets first became trendy in the ‘90s, and it’s no surprise that the super cozy material is back in full force. This is definitely a warmer fabric, so it's great for a later-season bonfire or for someone who runs cold.

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Jayce Sherpa Jacket

You’re going to need Francesca’s Sherpa Jacket’s ($35, Francesca’s) pockets to keep your fingers nice and toasty. Rather than a pullover, the zip-up style lets your cool down without leaving your fuzzy shell.


Above all else, you want your bonfire ‘fit to be as comfortable as possible. And with baggy silhouettes ruling runways and virtual shelves, you can lean all the way into the look with a roomy pair of baggy denim and your favorite hoodie.

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Plus Curvy '90s High-Rise Bootcut Jeans in Lindale Wash

You may as well use this opportunity to invest in a pair of jeans you’ll want to keep wearing. Madewell’s baggy ‘90s High-Rise Jeans ($128, Madewell) will fit you well, feel amazing, and look fire dressed up or down.


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