I must admit that it took me a while to warm up to Christmas jumpers – in Brazil, where Christmas is in late spring and it is usually boiling, there’s no surprise jumpers are not very popular…
However, given the amazing selection I have found in the past years, in 2013 I bought my first one, and loved wearing it.
Remember that is Christmas Jumper Day on the 12th December and you have the opportunity to help raise money for Save The Children!
On my lookout for the 2014 edition, I came across a few lovely ones, and here is my selection of the best available at the moment:
Primark Christmas pudding, £18
A 3D jumper with the bobbles sticking out, this baby lights up. Primark has a huge selection of Christmas jumpers, for all tastes, male, female and children; well worth checking the shops.
Asda Ho Ho Ho, £14
Lovely and festive with a fair amount of sequins and it is musical – press the button to hear the ho ho ho. And a do-good: 6% of the sales goes to Save The Children. They also have a selection of girly ones, in pastel tones.
Elf with bobble hat
New Look, Team Santa and Team Rudolph, £19.99 each
Also a lot to choose from in New Look, for men and women, including plenty of cute and more discreet, like these Team Santa and Team Rudolph.
Matalan Glitter Reindeer and Penguin, £14 each
A few options at Matalan, all very wearable!
Lots of options, but I am highlighting the playful writing one. Kudos for the “Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal” jumper. Never too much Home Alone, I say. Comes in three colours (red, bottle green and navy).
Very classy selection at Next – impossible not to love this polar bear one. With 3D snow, the mummy bear design continues at the back. Love.
All festive patterns are go on this cute made in Britain Santa workshop jumper.
Super girly and just, well, sweet. £16.99. A stark contrast with their “Santa’s Bitch” one, which I still find fun.
Some lovely options, but I quite fancy the idea of being wrapped as a gift with a spangly bow.
How cute and adorable is this? Aaaw, Mr and Mrs Claus, we love you!
Now, very hard to pick – have you found yours? Do tell!