Christmas jumper craziness!

Christmas jumpers. They are everywhere! I can hardly walk down the street without seeing festive knitwear in every shop window and cosy Christmas cardis worn by everyone I meet. I’m not complaining – I LOVE Christmas jumpers! In fact, I have a whole section in my wardrobe dedicated to festive knitwear and I made my own DIY snowman jumper last week. It’s the fair isle patterns, the cute characters and the bright colours that reel me in and I can’t help investing in more and more Christmas jumpers each year.crazy for christmas jumpers

So far this year I’ve bought this super-cute robins jumper from Asda, which was produced in aid of Save the Children and I’ve hardly stopped wearing it since I got it! I also treated hubby to this crazy jumper from Peacocks. It was a little more than I would usually spend on a festive jumper, but the Christmas tree has flashing fairy lights and jingle bells stitched into the design so I just couldn’t resist it!crazy for christmas jumpers-2

Of course it doesn’t stop at Christmas knitwear; there are festive socks, fair isle slippers, and Christmas party t-shirts all waiting to be worn this Winter. I came across this widget at the weekend and, created by and I just HAD to share it with you. In fact, it’s rather dangerous for someone with such a love of Christmas jumpers like me, because it helps you find the best designs at the lowest prices and I am a real bargain hunter!

What do you think of Christmas jumpers? Will you be wearing one all winter too? Leave me a comment below or tweet me @Cassiefairy with photos your own crazy Christmas jumpers!

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