Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Wear a Christmas jumper for charity? I'm in!

I really wanted a Christmas jumper last year, but left it far too late. As such, I've been keen to get one this year, but couldn't really find an excuse. That changed when I received  a work diary appointment for 'Christmas Jumper Day'. This is a charitable event, organised by Save the Children Fund where they encourage attendees at schools and workplaces to wear their Christmas jumper to work for a donation of £1. You can get more details on the Save the Children website. Excellent, an excuse to wear a Christmas jumper and contribute to charity at the same time. Where do I sign up?!

Now I have my excuse, I've already started window shopping, well, actually internet window shopping. I've included a selection of my favourites below.

Gingerbread Man jumper from New Look
Reindeer jumper from ASOS
Penguin jumper dress from River Island
Penguin jumper dress from Amazon
Snowman jumper from Primark (only in store)
Snowman jumper from Joe Browns

Snowflake penguin jumper from House of Fraser

Robin jumper from Not on the High Street

And if a Christmas jumper isn't for you, there's always a Christmas onesie!

Reindeer onesie from ASOS

I'm still a bit torn as to what to choose, so I'd love to hear your thoughts. Leave me a comment below!

1 comment:

  1. We're doing this at work as well! And we're having a festive cake sale to see if we can raise even more money.
    At the moment I've got a fab Reindeer Dress from Joe Browns which is going to be my jumper substitute for the day! :-) x