It’s the most wonderful time of the year…to throw on your Christmas jumpers. Oh yes it is! And we’ve rounded up some of our fave seasonal staples, from the novelty to the actually-quite-nice. It’s Christmas Jumper Day on 8th December this year so sign up to the Save the Children campaign here to get involved.
If you think the Greggs Festive Bake is the best thing since sliced bread, you can proclaim your love for the pastry with this knit. notjust is also donating 50% of the proceeds of this jumper to mental health charities so you can look good and do good.
London Transport Museum
Transport nerds, this one’s for you. Featuring the TfL roundel, iconic Routemaster bus, tube trains, and bicycles, the London Transport Museum have really outdone themselves with this one. And yes, extra points for wearing it on your commute.
Donning a Christmas jumper doesn’t mean throwing your style out of the window. This ASOS number is giving retro vibes with its snowy winter chalet motif and cool blue, green and white colourway.
You can always bet on Boden for a good knit that’s festive but not fugly. The pink steers it away from being too holiday-themed but the embellishment adds that a little Christmas sparkle, and it dresses up and down like a dream.
Say it with your chest this Christmas with this Warehouse x Tatiana Alida jumper. The gold sequin border makes it feel festive but it’s one you can rock every Sunday roast – you need never go without gravy again.
Trust Rixo to take the Christmas jumper and make it GORG. Not just your average jumper, this one features a bold collar and stunning shade of red to make a statement. It’s giving us grandma hand-me-down vibes, but we’re into it.
Save the Children
Myleene Klass has designed a set of Christmas jumpers for Save the Children this year, including this cute little sprout number, printed on a pre-loved sweatshirt. Not only is it sustainable, it’s raising money for Save the Children too.
Chinti & Parker
Show your love for Mother Earth this festive season (and all year long) with this recycled cashmere sweater from Chinti & Parker, who are donating 100% of the profits from its sale to Save the Children.