The Christmas Jumper

The Christmas jumper has become most popular over the last few years.  It used to be an garment which carried with it a certain ‘Bridget Jones’ stigma but we’ve simply embraced the fun and ever so tacky side of this festive attire.  However, I’m breaking away from the super-tack today and getting my Christmas on with this fair isle, apres ski number from H&M.  As much as a Christmas jumper needs to be, well, ‘Christmassy’, I also like them to be wearable, so I don’t feel like a total knob head walking down the street.  This particular jumper is one of those pieces which H&M release with an insanely low price tag, £14.99, so you’re going to need to get in there quick before they go!  Just a word of advise about the sizing on this, they run on the large size!  Believe it or not I’m only wearing a small here and that swamps me so just bare that in mind when ordering online.

Don’t forget Christmas Jumper Day on the 18th December!  FYI: It’s totally acceptable to look like a knob head when it’s in aid of charity


O U T F I T  D E T A I L S

Coat – H&M
Jumper – H&M
Jeans – Missguided
Boots – Stuart Weitzman
Bag – Balenciaga (Or buy pre-owned here)
Sunglasses – Storm

S H O P  T H E  P O S T

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  1. Shaz
    9th December 2015 / 11:20 am

    Great jumper!

    • 9th December 2015 / 6:20 pm

      Sooooo cosy! Perfect for this chilly weather 🙂 x

    • 9th December 2015 / 6:20 pm

      Thank you, it’s tricky in Winter to stay chic sometimes but I try my best to come up with looks which are practical for keeping warm and stylish at the same time x

  2. vicky
    10th December 2015 / 2:41 pm

    Ha ha, Emma. You crack me up. That is the perfect Christmas jumper apart from the one i got last year. Its got embroidery on the elbows, in snowflakes . I dont wear it though cos i feel like a twonk , ha ha xxx

    • 14th December 2015 / 10:07 am

      A ‘twonk’….LOVE IT! It’s Christmas, town it up 😉 x

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