Last week I was interviewed by the BBC to give my thoughts on Christmas jumpers and whether they can ever be stylish. Although I think they can, my main concern is buying something to be worn on one day. I do not want to be all bah humbug about this, but buying a naff cheap jumper to wear for one day which was likely made by someone who is not being paid very well does not sit too well with me. Not only that, but will you wear it again next year or will you want another one? See my point? I hate throw-away culture with anything but particularly with clothes. My suggestion is choose a Christmas jumper that works for the big day, but equally can be worn throughout the winter. A Nordic or Fair Isle knit is a great choice. If you can, support a small business too, but always choose quality over quantity. #nordic #nordicsweater #notdicknitwear #fairisle #fairsilesweater #fairslejumper #fairisleknitwear #christmasjumper #christmassweater #sweaterfortheholidays #holidaysweater #LTKGiftGuide #LTKHoliday


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