The Fash Flash: Christmas Jumpers

It wouldn’t be Christmas without a bad Christmas jumper, and some things are just so bad they’re good. The traditional Christmas jumper might be Fair Isle, embellished or comedy. Regardless of your taste in knitwear, here are some of the best…

R-L top to bottom: Cat knit and multi-coloured Fair Isle, both ASOS // Mint green owl jumper, Topshop
Neutral Fair Isle, Marks and Spencer Autograph // Kiss Me, River Island // Cornflower blue Fair Isle, Marks and Spencer
Red and cream Fair Isle, Ted Baker // Embellished Chevron jumper, Marks and Spencer Limited // Navy with white snowflakes, Dorothy Perkins

Have you seen any good Christmas jumpers this year?


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10 thoughts on “The Fash Flash: Christmas Jumpers

  1. I’ve got the cat one! I have worn it a lot in the past week, just to get my money’s worth, but I feel so Christmass-y when I’ve got it on 🙂 x

  2. Gorgeous! I bought 2 fair isle cardigans in H&M, which I love, to which my husband to be said “You look like a primary teacher.” Ladies, I am a primary teacher and I don’t care if I look stereotypical-they make me feel so Christmasy and happy!

  3. Christmas jumpers are my speciality! I knit an outrageous one every year for my husband. This year’s is a bit Dr Watson. A couple of years ago the jumper featured a Christams tree that lit up but husband wasn’t so keen on that one as the battery pack kept bopping him in the goolies.

    It just isn’t Christmas without festive knitwear.

  4. I want the snowflake one! With the Kiss Me! one a close second 😀 We have a work Christmas lunch on Friday and then theme is supposed to be Christmas jumpers but I don’t actually have one yet. I do have a jumper with stars on it so might go with that one if I don’t get around to buying one of these x

  5. I’ve not got mine yet but I was walking past the Primark concession in Selfridges, Trafford Centre and there was some great novelty ones in there. Good if you don’t want to splash the cash.

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