Ta da! It’s National Christmas Jumper day – London Mums reveal their favourite jumpers
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- Published on Friday, 18 December 2015 10:30
- Last Updated on 15 December 2015
- Monica Costa
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Today it’s National Christmas Jumper day, what jumper will you choose? Be sure to stand out from the crowd and rock some fun designs. London Mums favourite jumpers are ….. drum drum. Read below.
They might be embroidered with a penguin, a reindeer, snowflakes or a cheerful Father Christmas and they look as though they are being worn to please Granny.
In the past any self-respecting person would have been horrified to open their gift and find such a garment.
But now the Christmas jumper has become not just acceptable, but cool – the quirkier the better.
London Mums have picked a couple of their favourite ones for you. Would you wear them?
Years ago after watching Bridget Jones’ films, I decided I was never going to wear Christmas themed jumpers, but yet Jolly clothing changed my mind with their soft and light jumpers which will not make you sweat during the long Christmas lunches. My 9 year old son Diego and I got matching Christmas jumpers from Jolly clothing and for the first time we love going out dressed with the same top.
We both like the fact that we look like tweens. They are meant for indoor as they are not made with wool but with excellent cotton.
My own jumper – Women’s Reindeer retro-styled long sleeved top with distressed print RRP £18.00 – has glow in the dark technology embedded which makes it perfect to go out at night and always be visible while dancing Last Christmas.
A great alternative to the traditional Christmas jumper.
If you prefer a warmer and more traditional looking Christmas jumper with joyful images that would be perfect for lunch with Bridget Jones, then you will love this Nutmeg’s cosy and soft jumper by Morrisons.
For kids Nutmeg has created a more stylish Christmas jumper range. Diego looks lovely in his Nutmeg outfit. The jeans are also stained to perfection to give the funky look that boys aged 9-10 years of age want to feel cool.
And finally, here is the funny scene from Bridget Jones that inspired this blog. Don’t laugh too loud!
Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London https://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums