My Christmas Jumper Collection

Blogmas Day 6!

Is it really Christmas without an array of hideously festive jumpers? Every year, I cannot wait to crack out my Christmas jumpers. Not only do they keep you warm, they also allow you to get into the festive spirit. Whether you like to have a more in-your-face jumper that lights up or a more subtle one, there are plenty around. I thought I’d share with you the jumpers that I have collected over the years.

The first one is actually one that I bought this year. I bought this jumper at a market in Cusco, Peru and it is the softest jumper I have ever worn, I wore it for the whole duration of the Machu Picchu Trek and it kept me so warm and cosy. It’s a nice light to dark grey gradient and has cute llamas at the top. I wish I could wear this jumper 24/7 because it is so damn soft. If you’re ever in Peru, please buy a jumper from a market because you will not regret it. This isn’t a very obvious Christmas jumper so would be perfect for someone who is more into celebrating subtly.

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My next jumper is one that I’ve had for a few years and is from Next. I always look forward to wearing this jumper as it is long-line so it is extremely comfortable to wear. I love how simple and subtle this is. I love the pattern of the snowflakes alternating with the hearts. Also, red is basically the colour of Christmas so makes sense to have a red jumper to celebrate the festivities.

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If you follow me on Instagram or have read some of my previous posts, you may recognise this jumper. This is also from Next and is a little bit less subtle than the previous two. I love how the main pattern is at the top of the jumper, making it more wearable and less busy. The red and the blue go perfectly together and I love the inclusion of candy canes, Christmas trees and everything festive. I love wearing this with an open coat to show off this beautiful jumper.

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This one is actually from Jack Wills. I couldn’t possibly do a post about jumpers without including one from Jack Wills. You could actually wear this after Christmas as it’s not particularly festive but who doesn’t love a thick, Fairisle jumper? This jumper is so thick, you won’t need many layers to keep you warm. I love that this is slightly cropped so it looks great with high waisted jeans or a skirt. Writing this post is just making me want to wear all of these at once, but unfortunately, that’s not possible.

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This is the most ridiculous jumper I own and is one of Primark’s finest. If you’re looking for an incredibly ugly Christmas jumper then head to Primark as they have a HUGE selection. Can we just take a minute to appreciate that this snowman has an actual scarf? This is the fluffiest jumper I own and it is so soft and warm, I wish I could wear it all winter but I’d probably get some funny looks. This is great for any Ugly Christmas Jumper days at work or school. I am slightly concerned that it’s too early to wear this so I may wait a week or two to wear this in public.

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Do you like to collect Christmas jumpers?


21 thoughts on “My Christmas Jumper Collection

  1. I only have one Christmas jumper and it has a penguin on it. I love your snowman jumper, I think it’s the one I would chose to wear on the day 🙂

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  2. Aaaah! I’ve been searching for my very first christmas jumper… I never really had one but this year I decided to buy one but i’m still to find one that i really like. The one you have with the snowman is so cute ❤

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  3. These jumpers are so cute. The patterns and colors are so perfect for Christmas and even for the whole winter. All of them suit you so well, I love adding seasonal clothing to my wardrobe and would check these ones.

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  4. I love all your jumper collections. It’s my dream to own some, but it’s very difficult for me when Singapore is so humid and hot. I love the one where you are holding a cup and the one with the snowman!

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