More Christmas jumpers for children
On the hunt for a tiny Christmas jumper for the baby or toddler in your life? I picked out some last year, but here’s four of my favourites from the moment.
Considering some of the kitsch horrors you can buy, these ones are vaguely tasteful (?). Ranging from the cheap and cheerful (bottom right, Sainsbury’s, top right, F&F at Tesco) to the festive fabulousness of Polarn O Pyret (top left, via John Lewis) and Tootsa Macginty (bottom left).
Christmas jumpers are everywhere this year, aren’t they? Are you a fan or are they a massive no? I love them, not least because they remind me of Alex, sender of presents from Australia, who used to brilliantly wear one years before they became really popular.
Eliza has the Sainsbury’s one – she picked it out herself on our recent shop – and she’ll be wearing it on Friday 13th December as it’s Save the Children’s official Christmas Jumper Day. The charity is calling on people across the UK to wear a Christmas jumper in exchange for a £1 donation to raise money for its life saving work with children the world over.
Bad taste jumpers, cute festive photo opportunities and raising money for charity – what more could you want, really?
Wear your jumper on Christmas Jumper Day on 13 December and donate £1 to Save the Children at www.christmasjumperday.org.