‘Tis the season to don a Christmas jumper, however silly, however obscure – get it on ya! Whether you’re a sucker for a slogan; “Baby it’s cold outside,” “Jingle My Bells,” and so on. Or, if you just love a bit of the classical with reindeers and Santa adorning the knitwear. Or perhaps you’re all about the reindeer boob craze?! Whatever brightens your baubles, we’ve had a look to see what’s on this market this Christmas:
Christmas jumpers can be pretty daring, which is why we’re going for a safer option first. This Joules throw-on would work wonders with a pair of jeans, plus you’ll look like the coolest turkey in the rafter with ‘festive bird’ parading across the front. It’s simple, it’s slick and you can’t go far wrong!
Mrs Claus is showing face and bringing sass. She’s a woman that means business and she wants to be worn about the town, and you’re the one tasked to do it! This simple yet chic design has touches of cashmere and merino wool in the yarn for extra cosiness, and we think it’s works marvellously for Christmas.
£45 To £51
A bit of vintage goes a long way, especially at Christmas. This particular knit definitely conjures up hands clutching mulled wine and family nestled around chestnuts roasting on an open fire. In fact this jumper pretty much personifies Bing Crosby, and we’re totally on board with that. Coming from Toast, the Fair Isle Christmas jumper is cosy with its lambswool yarn and boasts the most Christmassy of colours, so everyone’s a winner!
I mean if this jumper isn’t a sure fire way to let the world know you’re single then what is? Single Bells found in Next will see the guys and gals hitting the town in full force this Christmas, ready to find a willing singleton under the mistletoe. Thank us later!
Gin is so popular nowadays that it just had to be included in some form or other. This GINgle bells jumper which emanates serious pun goals, is humorously topped off with two bottles of gin in the form of bells, and looks pretty darn snuggly. Just be careful not to spill your roast turkey down it, Christmas can be messy!