Unique Christmas Jumpers
The best darn Christmas jumpers you can get
Christmas jumpers. Are they trendy? Are they cool? Can you wear them in November? WILL PRIMARK BE SELLING THEM THIS YEAR?
Life’s greatest questions don’t have simple answers. If they did, we’d all be terribly bored.
But let me say this. If 2017 is the year you decide to wholeheartedly embrace the festive season, then friend, you have come to the right place.
I’ve seen the future, and it’s you wearing a Christmas jumper.
Half the cheese, all the Christmas
There’s a time and a place for cheesy Christmas jumpers. Perhaps you already have one lurking in your wardrobe, providing a comfortable home for a family of moths. It would be cruel to disturb them now, especially at Christmas.
You see where I’m going with this.
All Christmas jumpers, hoodies and t-shirts are eligible for FREE delivery in the UK. We also ship internationally. Just make sure you order them nice and early so they arrive in time for Christmas. We can’t be held responsible for your decision to wear a Christmas jumper in January.
Make Christmas look good
Our Christmas jumpers will make you SO HANDSOME. Just look at this pair of heartbreakers. So stylish. So debonair. So strangely hostile.
You too can achieve their enviable style and charisma with your very own seasonal sweater, be it dashing Dragon Sleigher or fancy French Hens. We can’t guarantee you’ll look this good, but I bet your nan will be pleased you tried.
Find out more about shipping and turnaround times on our FAQs page.
Say no to crap Christmas jumpers
Sometimes you feel like garish knitwear, sometimes you don’t. Our Christmas sweaters are a cotton-polyester mix and have maximum snuggle-factor, which is the most important factor there is. We make Christmas jumpers for the wool-weary – no frills, no fluff, no sheep.
Absolutely no sheep whatsoever. None.
Don’t fancy a jumper this year? You can always opt for a Christmas hoodie, a v-neck tee or a round-neck ladies’ t-shirt. Several of you have asked about baby clothes. Don’t you worry – they’re coming.