Hot potatoes! An impressive range of festive jumpers to suit the whole family. You will also be impressed by the competitive prices. You can even afford to buy two of each to reflect your mood and personality and keep you smiling this Christmas. Check them out now while stocks last.
Friday the 12th December was Christmas Jumper Day and the perfect time to try out your new Christmas Jumper. Samantha Cameron, David Cameron’s wife was seen wearing her festive jumper bought from Asda’s George, the Save the Children’s charity’s partner. Sam’s jumper is an attractive pale blue sweater with white pom pom snow and featuring two cute robins. We have a number of similar jumpers featuring George at Asda designs, check out those selling on special deals. High quality jumpers are being sold up to 70% discount. If you have not bought your festive jumper yet -for your family and friends- now is the time to click and buy online today while the best bargains are still available. A number of outlets, like Amazon, have great jumper discounts and will deliver free to your home. M&S also offer free next day delivery if you spend £50 plus. Next currently have a clearance sale running online and instore with 50% off many items. For example, Next have a man’s jumper slashed from £30 to £9! New Look are currently offering up to 60% off men’s, women’s and kids clothes. Our maternity and chidren’s jumpers have some great offers here too.
You might like to find eBay’s local bargains and save postage costs by click and collect. To do this, search ‘collection only’ then enter your postcade and how far you are prepared to travel to collect and watch the hidden gems appear on yor computer/smartphone screen. EBay have reduced their novelty Christmas sweaters by 70% too!
Even if you don’t decide to invest in a joyous jumper today it is not too late to donate to ‘Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day’. Donate online, or by phone 020 7012 6400 or their action line is 0800 0568 578 – every pound donated will help to improve a child’s life this Christmas.
View this Christmas Jumper on the Not on the High Street website
Friday 12th December is Christmas Jumper Day 2014. Christmas jumpers are selling everywhere this year, they have definitely shed their slippery skin of naffness and are emerging as a great British tradition that we are proud to celebrate. We love donning our cheesy, festive jumpers because they confirm that we have a great sense of humour and it is also pretty sexy when we do not take ourselves too seriously! The demand for festive jumpers with motifs ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous is currently rocketing and to make sure that you and your family are fashionably covered in a quirky, cuddly, cosy knit – make your choice now!
The countdown has begun for our Charity Christmas Jumper Day 2014. Friday 12th December is Save the Children’s third year of fund-raising and because of your great support, popping on pullovers, in the UK has so far raised in excess of £1.6 million. The more you raise, the more children can be saved. Schoolchildren, students and workers everywhere are being asked to make the world a better place by wearing a Christmas sweater on Friday 12th and donating to Save the Children (it is suggested that children give a £1 and adults £2) and even better, every donation will be matched by the UK government this year! Team up with family, friends and colleagues and go jumper crazy to boost the fundraising total.
The Christmas Jumper is now essential kit and if you and your loved ones wish to join in the seasonal celebrations check out the range of seasonal woollens we have selected here. We have tried to meet the requirements of all tastes and ages. Please let us know how we are doing! Have fun … and make the world better by wearing a Xmas sweater.
Recapture your inner child and share in the excitement expressed by the younger generation of children. Christmas in the UK is a time for joy and anticipation, frivolity and celebration, so celebrate UK Christmas Jumper Day 2014 by donning a festive sweater.
Christmas jumpers in the UK are a fast growing fashion item. They can be subtle or outrageous, sexy, or just silly. There is a massive, growing trend to become the owner of the latest and tastiest Christmas jumper in the UK.
Our aim has been to select an exciting up to the minute range that will satisfy your innermost desire and taste (whether your taste is sophisticated, or just plain silly). For example, gaudy jumpers with reindeers and robins are now ubiquitous in the UK. They have become as traditional as our Christmas turkey and pud (these motifs can be found on our website if you are quick). And that is the whole point of the UK Christmas woolly in 2014.
It represents the putting on of our festive persona -one that disregards the normal conservatism of our mundane everyday lives. What we wear affects us psychologically and can alter our mood. It will also influence how others respond to us. So when buying your Christmas jumper think about the effects you are after ….if you choose a similar festive jumper to your boss, you are more likely to get promoted …. if you wear a red Christmas jumper ladies, you are more likely to be asked out on a date than if you wear any other colour…. a jumper with a diagonal design will create a slimmer illusion and likewise if you wish to appear even slimmer wear a mono print and develop the all one colour theme throughout (yes, even red). Regarding the differences in gender … men will notice your sweater first, whereas women will usually notice a man’s face and mood before she takes in the garb. The softess knitted materials can also transmit an actual physical response of being touched, stroked or hugged … so buyers be aware!
Christmas Jumper Day is only round the corner – choose today to have your jumper in time for Friday 12th December – our National Christmas Jumper Day.
With Frozen being such a massive hit this year, an Olaf Christmas jumper is set to be THE one to wear. OK, so you wouldn’t be seen dead wearing a cartoon snowwman on your jumper from January through to November, but come December, being adorned by cute, funny Olaf seems like a really good idea! We can’t wait to get ours on.
If you’re going to pull off wearing an Olaf jumper, you’ve got to really WEAR it , which means some serious styling to set your look a-jingling. How about embracing a grown up Disney princess look that would have Anna and Elsa wanting to steal your style? Try teaming your Olaf jumper with a gorgeous, frothy net petticoat in festive red or Christmassy white.
Looking gorgeous and ready to party Christmas style! Mulled wine anyone?!
We all love Frozen and at Merry Christmas Jumpers our favorite character is Olaf! We say “there’s always a little room for Olaf in your Christmas wardrobe.’