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The Christmas Countdown – fabulous festive jumpers for kids

Bridget_Jones_Diary_RepUglySweaterParty_1920x1080_364061763887Before I embark on the true content of this post, can I just take a quick sidestep to tell you just how much I love the first Bridget Jones movie? If you haven’t seen it for a while, do revisit, it really is a classic. Now, moving on…..love ’em or loathe ’em, it’s almost the season of the Christmas Jumper (buy now before they sell out). For this post I’ve focused on children’s jumpers as let’s face it a kitsch jumper on them looks cute, on me not so much. But still, any excuse to use this Bridget/Darcy picture….

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Tootsa Macginty is just so darn fab. Not only are their unisex designs completely on the money when it comes to quality they’re also beautifully designed. This year, they’ve collaborated with The Conran Shop on a range of gorgeous knits made from a mix of cashmere and wool, which are about as stylish as you can get for a festive jumper. This little Christmas tree is also super-cute. From £38

Baby-jumpers-cardigans-Mothercare-Christmas-Robin-JumperMothercare has a great range of Christmas jumpers, ranging from the sweet to the kitsch. I like this skiing robin

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I think this Robin sweater from Mamas & Papas is one of the sweetest and most tasteful I’ve seen for a girl. £14. While this Penguin jumper is also pretty fab. £16.

Also check out Jojo Maman Bebe’s selection and these options from John Lewis (quite frankly, the king of Christmas)

And two for the grown-ups…

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While I’m not sure this strictly counts as a Christmas jumper (far too tasteful), it is wintery and pretty and would look lovely on Christmas day…£99

img-thingAnd, who could resist this Bella-Freud-inspired number from Topshop? Would look fab with a sequin mini or a pleated midi-skirt…£28

 

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