Women's Christmas Jumper Lookbook
Beautifully handcrafted by our talented staff, here at our Leicester factory in England, our Christmas Jumpers are made to last and to keep you warm and festive at the same time. From a family driven business to your perfect statement Christmas sweater, from Christmas party essential to a thoughtful gift, our sweaters are your outstanding winter wardrobe must have.
Christmas Jumpers have become a must have staple item in their own right, so we thought we would put together a little lookbook so you can see a little selection of the ways that you can style your British Christmas Sweater. Check out our Youtube video to see the full styled outfits.
Layer our chunky crew neck sweater over an oversized floaty shirt-dress and pair it with long winter boots. Not only is this outfit super comfortable but it is also fashion forward, and who doesn't want to look fun and festive and still look head to toe on trend at the same time?
Take our Red Deer jumper over a turtle neck body and match it with a simple black denim skirt and winter boots. Oh, and we also do this sweater for men too, so don't forget to get your partner a matching jumper, you will be the coolest couple at the Christmas party, we can confidently assure you of that.
For the cosiest outfit, you will have ever worn, take our snowflake polo neck and a pair of comfy mom jeans and little bluchers. This look is perfect because you can layer is up as much as you like. I added a pair of fishnet tights under the jeans to bring another element to the outfit, but they also add a touch more warmth! If you're out and about in the bitter cold then throw over a duster or trench coat to complete the look
Nothing says warmth and comfort like a good old hat and scarf, and now you can continue with your festivity by accessorising with our Christmas beanies and scarves in order to create the ultimate fun winters outfit.
We thoroughly hoped you enjoyed this blog post and make sure you check out our blog post on youtube! Let us know how you would wear your British Christmas Jumper?