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Non Christmas Jumper Christmas Jumpers

Posted on: December 14th, 2017 by Emma No Comments

I’m a bit of a “bah humbug” type but can no longer resist with Christmas literally on the horizon. However I do stand my ground on the Christmas jumper craze which seems to have taken over in the last few years. Don’t get me wrong I am happy to contribute to charity but I refuse to wear a travesty of a jumper doing it. So if you feel the same as me, I have collated some jumpers that whilst may not officially fit the criteria of Christmas Jumper I think you can more than get away with and not compromise your sartorial sensibilities.

Linea by House of Fraser - £35

Label Lab,  House of Fraser – £35

With slogans tees not going anywhere they I think are a good place to get involved without being ridiculous – I draw the line at #ELFIE but I feel that this House Of Fraser number fits the vibe perfectly and also prevents people asking why you haven’t gone to town more.

Oasis, Sequin Tassel - £38

Oasis, Sequin Tinsel – £38

For those of you who like sparkle this time of year, how about Oasis’ sequin tinsel – suitably Christmassy and will work well in your festive wardrobe from parties to cooking the turkey.

If you like your sparkle slightly more subtle try these sequin tassels.

River Island, £35

River Island, £35


Be a pearly queen with statement sleeve to boot or how about some angel wings to show santa you have been good (available for local types from Lilac Rose boutique).


Make a statement with colour – flirt with  withmulti-coloured sequins

Zara, £37

Zara, £37

or go full on festive with the colour of the season – Red (which gives a double hit of trend and Christmas) –

H&M, £17.99

H&M, £17.99

Here’s me in my favourite of the bunch,  which I think I can just about slide into the category because it mentions booze and it sparkles (it also comes with reference to champagne or prosecco).

Our Design Journey - £35-£40

Our Design Journey – £35-£40

What’s your take on Christmas Jumpers – love ‘em or loathe ‘em?