Festive fashion is back in a big way and whether you're looking for novelty or just dazzling, you should see the Christmas jumpers we actually want to wear this season...
Christmas Jumpers are the words on everyone’s lips this season. What will you go for and how will you wear it? Frankly we can’t wait to pull out a festive treasure and team it with every outfit combination while we’re still in the ‘acceptable jumper-wearing period.’
If you’re looking for novelty, there’s plenty of Christmas treats to be had on the high street with brands such as French Connection and Topshop trying their hand at the animal-inspired prints.
Stella McCartney’s Christmas collection is one that you need to be visiting this festive season featuring adorable woodland scenes, as well as more subtle glittery and metallic Christmas Jumpers.
See what the festive season has to offer…
Tibi’s Reindeer Intarsia Cotton Blend Sweater is the perfect designer pick for Christmas Day – you just know you’ll wear this one every year.
J.Crew’s adorable llama sweater takes a unique spin on Christmas – go quirky this Christmas in a really fashion-forward Christmas jumper.
Topshop’s adorable knitted holly jumper will be sure to get you some Christmas jumper kudos.
With River Island’s White Christmas Fairisle Jumper, there’s no guessing what time of year is your favourite. Be a loud and proud Xmas worshipper in this cosy knit.
Joules’s Shawn Sheep Jumper is one of our favourite fashion finds from the festive season. You know, it’s sheep wearing scarlves…
It may not have reindeers, Christmas trees or baubles but this winter knit by Stella McCartney will be a Christmas day favourite for the fashion following, we’re sure.
M&S Collection Cashmere Soldier Jumper will take you back this winter. Remember why you loved Christmas so much when you were younger? Toys.
French Connection Snowflake Jumper has a unique festive feel, without being too far into novelty territory.
This Christmas jumper may only be worn on one day of the year, but it’s totally worth it.
Christmas sweaters with a bit of character – that’s what we like. That’s why we’ll be buying our Christmas jumper from cool vintage retailer Rokit.
Markus Lupfer’s Santa Claus Jumper puts a cool spin on festive fashion this year. We knew we could rely on this print-friendly designer to come up with the goods.
Christmas jumpers that feature gold sequin reindeers are way up their on our agenda this Yuletide season.
At Superdry this Christmas, you can certainly embrace the fairisle knit. A seasonal favourite for the fashion store, thick knits are everywhere at Superdry this Christmas.
M&S Collection Jumpers aren’t just any old Christmas Jumpers. With a statuesque deer to front this festive knit, you can’t really go wrong.
If your Christmas Day is more informal than most, you’ll love this fun sweater to ensure you really relax this Christmas.
Stella McCartney’s Christmas jumpers are always a topic of conversation. We can’t get enough of her festive offerings and this Selfridges exclusive is top of the wishlist.
This Christmas jumper you can get away with wearing all throughout the festive period – it has more sparkle at Christmas, but who says you can’t wear it in the new year?
Topshop’s Knitted Fluffy Snow Jumper has a subtle approach to Christmas, so you wouldn’t be ashamed to wear this knit in the in between days of Christmas and New Year (you never know, it might snow).
A Christmas Jumper that’s been steeped in snow? Now that makes us feel wintery. Give yourself the feeling of a festive day in a log cabin by the fire in this Zara jacquard sweater.
Wear this season’s key trend in your Christmas jumper. Monochrome is going to be the colour clash to try this winter so wear it throughout the festive season.
A Christmas jumper from Cath Kidston is, as we suspected, extremely charming. In a pale blue colour – a break from the blacks and navys of the season – this sweet knit is going straight on the wishlist.
A festive fairisle is something that shouldn’t be missed this season. There’s only one time when you can go over the top with knits, so embrace it.
Fun and silly, this Next Reindeer Christmas Jumper knows exactly how to warm our hearts this winter.
French Connection are keeping it classy this winter with a knit that’s more fashion-forward in shape and design, than obligatory novelty knit.
Burberry Prorsum have come up trumps in the festive field this season. We love the nod to London and the Christmas colourings in this sweet winter knit.
Oliver Bonas’s Robin Intarsia Knit is a sweet solution to festive fashion. Forget two turtle doves, this love story is all about two sweet Christmas robins.
Stella McCartney’s Soft Embroidery Jumper is just one from her AW13 collection that we can’t wait to wear this Christmas. If you’re a subtle season worshipper, amp up the shimmering embroidery and glitter, we say.
Feel a little bit festive with some extra sparkle this Christmas. Sprinkle on some glitter at M&S, because that’s what Xmas really means to this fashion brand favourite.
Dorothy Perkins’s White Xmas Pudding Jumper is sure to put a smile on a few faces this Christmas – isn’t it everyone’s favourite part?
Markus Lupfer’s Christmas Jumper offering tugs at the heart strings this season. It’s all about this cute penguin.
Oliver Bona’s Deer Intarsia is a knit that can be worn way into December – there’s no shame in reindeers.
Go ice white in the Oasis Fluffy Fairisle Jumper with enchanting blue snowflake pattern. As soon as the cold picks up, you’re safe to wear this winter knit.
The Paul & Joe Bichou Deer Intarsia Sweater is best worn at Christmas. Though it could be worn all round, we like to think it’s a subtle reference to Rudolph…
Next’s Christmas jumper collection is one not to be missed this winter. With a range of gorgeous prints and patterns you can see in the season in style.
Dorothy Perkins know how to pull at the heart strings. Combine reindeer shapes with glitter embellishment and you’ve got a true trophy knit.
Urban Outfitters Christmas Jumpers offer a more parred down approach to Christmas, so if you like your knits vintage, this is the way to wear festive fashion.
The Boden Fairisle Yoke Jumper has the hot colourings of spring and summer, which we can easily inject into a mainly black, brown and beige winter wardrobe.
Jaeger’s Sequin and Lurex Jumper gives us the perfect excuse to sparkle this season. If you’re going to do glitter, do it properly.
Joules Marsha French Hens Jumper is a fashion favourite of ours this season. If you’re daring this print could be worn all year round, but we know it’s best reserved for renditions of the 12 Days Of Christmas.
H&M’s Knitted Jumper keeps it traditional this Christmas with classic reds, greens and blues all blended into snowflake-inspired patterns.
Slogan Christmas Jumpers are one way to wear the trend this season – this one depicts our sentiments exactly.
Sadie Williams’s pattern clash jumper at Selfridges is the perfect way to see in the season. We love the metallic colourings and subtle bauble pattern.
For the Zara Jacquard Pattern Sweater, it doesn’t matter that the sleeves are short. As soon as you see the charm of this sweet sweater you’re not going to fuss over warmth.
French Connection’s Polar Knitted Jumper is sure to warm a few hearts this winter – what’s cuter than a lonely polar bear (other than a bear that’s never seen Christmas, of course).
At Fat Face, this winter you can pick up something that’s great for all winter round. Snowflakes say winter, but it’s not too novelty to restrict to the month of December.
BHS’s Black Fluff Bow Jumper is festive from a deck the halls perspective but not too over the top this season. Keep it fashion-focussed in a cutesy bow monochrome piece.
Christmas jumpers with a little regal style are some of our favourites. We’re particularly excited about this Urban Outfitters House of Hackney Jumper.
Urban Outfitters keep it traditional with a blue, white and red Christmas knit that’s got all the charm and character of the festive season all wrapped up.
Inject a little hot pink into your Christmas collection. It clashes perfectly with the navy blue to make for a gorgeous outfit option this season.
Cath Kidston’s Christmas Jumpers are no less merry than we expected from this sweet fashion brand. We can’t get enough of this cheery Santa face.
Ted Baker’s Maysi Fairisle Jumper bucks tradition to make hot pink the palette of the snowy season. You can really make a statement in this winter knit.
It may not scream Christmas, but this festive floral from Urban Outfitters does symbolise winter with its white flowers and gold decoration. Easily a new season favourite.
A Christmas jumper from J.Crew doesn’t conform to the robins and reindeers of other novelty offerings. All we need is giant jewels and glitter.
Christmas jumpers with robins – we can’t resist. Dickins & Jones offer this sweet knit for the season ahead.
Marks & Spencer’s Cashmere Christmas Jumper features one of our favourite features of the season, snow. We can all keep praying.
This Christmas Jumper from Alexander Wang may not be all singing and all dancing, but it’s cosy and it’s festive in full fur. We love.
A Christmas Jumper from BHS is one you’d be lucky to have in your collection this Christmas. Pick the reindeer jumper to give you the biggest smile.
A different spin on the Christmas Jumper is the glitter and sparkle approach, as seen in the Biyan collection. Good for a night out and a cosy Christmas night in.
This is a Christmas jumper – an all-singing, all-dancing typical Christmas jumper. And it’s gone your name on it…
A Christmas Jumper with a touch of sass? That’s the one we want. Try this ‘Team Rudolph’ Christmas Jumper and laugh in the face of novelty.