9 Of The Best Christmas Jumpers That'll See Off 2020

Angela Hui
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Covid Christmas Jumpers
Covid Christmas Jumpers

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Christmas just isn’t Christmas without the jumpers – from novelty in-jokes to pretty festive knits. Snowflakes of the world unite: after the year we’ve had, we all deserve a little giggle and sparkle in the form of a shiny new sweater.

So, we’ve picked the year’s best designs to suit any lockdown festivity, whether you’re having your first ‘Minimas’, staying at home with the same-old same olds, or can’t wait to pull out all the stops for Save The Children’s National Christmas Jumper Day on December 11. At least on this, 2020 is tip-top.

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1) Support the Clause Christmas Jumper, £38

Support the Claus Christmas Jumper
Support the Claus Christmas Jumper

Move over Santa, Mrs. Claus is in town and she’s here to save Christmas. Support the claus in this pretty in pink jumper, that would make a great Christmas present for your favourite feminist. Sleigh the patriarchy, indeed.

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2) Vegans Are On Santa’s Nice List Christmas Jumper, £35

Vegans Are On Santa's Nice List
Vegans Are On Santa's Nice List

How do you know if someone’s a vegan? Their jumper will tell you. Tis’ the season to have your life choices mocked at the dinner table. Lean into the interrogations with a sartorial choice that lets you veg out this Christmas.

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3) Stay Home Covid Christmas Jumper, £15.95

Stay Covid Christmas Jumper
Stay Covid Christmas Jumper

Of course, there’s a coronavirus Christmas jumper. A timely top that will make a great addition to your seasonal loungewear as you follow government guidelines. And whatever your festive plans, be sure to coordinate on your virtual Zoom lunch because baby, it’s covid outside!

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4) Lidl Christmas Jumper, £7.99

Lidl Christmas Jumper
Lidl Christmas Jumper

In an unexpected but glorious turn of events, Lidl has gone and dropped their very own kitschy Christmas knit, a traditional design in the bargain retailer’s famous colours: blue, yellow, and...

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