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The Christmas Jumpers To Get Festive In

The festive season just ain’t festive enough without the obligatory Christmas jumper to bring some festive cheer to your winter wardrobe. With novelty knits this good, one is never enough. From the run up to the big day to beyond, welcome to your guide to the five stages of Christmas jumpers. We dare you not to be feeling those good vibes.

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The first stage of Christmas? Getting in the festive spirit obv and what better way to kickstart your Christmas cheer then soaking in those good vibes from the season of giving. For this we say throw on your cutest Christmas knit, arm yourself with your bestie and take on your gift hit list for everyone from your office secret Santa to your boyfriend’s sister.

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Girl it’s the eve of the big day so it’s time to get hyped making some Christmas cocktails with your best besties whilst listening to your favourite jingle ballin’ playlists. This scene calls for a knit that’s a fun as well as festive. Step aside – this is my jam.

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The big day is finally here. Christmas morning calls for your most festive and traditional knit to unwrap your gifts in whilst basking in the love of your fam. Ok even if you’re typical Christmas Day scene is typically more your Grandma getting drunk after one sherry and dad burning the turkey at least you’ll still look the part.

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One too many unwanted Christmas prezzies dampening your festive spirit? Got another pair of uninspiring novelty socks? (Thanks Aunt Linda) Whatever the reason, you’re on a Christmas come down and want everyone to know about it. Consider this the ultimate look to veg out in.

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Ok after spending way too much time with your family you might be keen to take yourself “out” out to blow off a little steam. An oversized sweater dress will help hide a multitude of sins when you feel like you’ve overindulged on all your Christmas Day chocolate (no we didn’t HAVE to eat it all in one sitting but we did…)