This Friday sees National Christmas Jumper day, this year working with ITV’s annual Text Santa Telethon, so all for some very good causes. Plus, whether it’s Christmas party wear, Christmas Eve catch up with friends, getting in the Christmassy mood while wrapping presents or simply to slip on come the big day, Christmas Jumpers seem to have become must have items no matter how cool you are. So we’ve given you the options of either throwing yourself 110% into the festivities or if you’d rather be a little more reserve, errrr could that be Bar Humbug, no never, we’ve got that covered for you too. Enjoy !
Made from 100% shetland wool this updated classic crew neck jumper from Howick with fairisle pattern is sure to become a favourite.
You certainly won’t look out of place wearing this Barbour Martingale Crew Neck Jumper post December 25th.
White stuff. offer us this laundered classic lambwool mix crew neck jumper, with a fairsle design, feauturing a contrast stag central design.
Gant Fairisle Crew Neck Jumper offers us a real retro touch to Christmas, but you’ll be warm & toasty.
You’ll literally, not be able to do anything but, get into the festive spirit with this Christmas Jumper from Flintoff by Jacamo.
Alternatives to the Christmas Jumper
Get graphical with this long sleeve t-shirt from Joules. Featuring a vintage-style screen print and fashioned from super soft fabric, it will be a welcome addition to any man’s weekend wardrobe.
You can play it a little more subtle in this Reindeer Beanie hat from New Look
Stand out from the Christmas a Crowd in this Batman Festive sweatshirt, but you can track down versions from Star Wars, Superman and numerous other favourites.
No one could ever accuse you of not getting into the Christmas spirit if your busting these Christmas Cufflinks from M&S
Not everyone likes to make such an obvious Christmas statement with their choice of apparel, but you can still partake, all in a much more covert manner in theses John Lewis Christmas Holly Socks.