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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Christmas Jumpers You'll LOVE

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! With Christmas lights glowing, carolers singing and mince pies aplenty it’s safe to say that the Christmas jumpers season has arrived.

Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas and are more of a Hanukkah or Kwanzaa kind of gal the Christmas jumper trend is one that we can all enjoy, after all, everyone wants to wrap up warm at this time of the year.

Christmas Jumper Style

The Christmas jumper trend has risen in popularity over recent years, not only just for the big day, Christmas jumper themed parties and competitions have become a regular feature on peoples diaries and there’s even an official  ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ raising money for ‘the Save The Children’ charity.

When it comes to finding the perfect Christmas jumper there’s a wide selection to suit everyone's taste from the bold and bright to the more subtle, themed and comedy knits.

Let’s take a closer look at some of your favourite Christmas jumper styles:

Novelty Christmas Jumpers

Add the novelty to noel with bold prints and iconic Christmas patterns when you wear a novelty print Christmas jumper.

Here are some of our top picks from:

Glitter Christmas Jumpers

Nothing says Christmas quite like glitter and sequins and your Christmas jumper can do all the talking this festive season.

Slogan Festive Jumpers

Slogans are not just for t-shirts. Cute and quirky slogan Christmas jumpers change from funny to sweet and we just one them all.


If you love Christmas but don’t feel the need to shout about it from the rooftops then a seasonal

Christmas jumper is perfect for you, they focus more on classic winter imagery rather than Rudolph and Santa so are good to wear all winter long, not just at yuletide.


Fair Isle is popular knit used for Christmas jumpers and its actually double the thickness to other knits making it a great choice for the colder winter days.

Have you got this year’s Christmas jumper out yet or are you waiting for Santa? Tell us in the comments what style of Christmas jumper you would choose.