I remember when Christmas jumpers were uncool. When Mark Darcy wore one in Bridget Jones’s Diary and it wasn’t a good look. Thankfully (in my opinion) things have changed, and a festive jumper is a strong choice for the season. I’ve collected a few of my favourites below.
This Literary Christmas Jumper from the British Library is perfect for anyone who loves books.
This Attenbrrr Christmas Jumper from notjust is great for fans of our greatest national treasure.
The Labyrinth Christmas Jumper from Truffle Shuffle is perfect for fans of the classic Eighties movie.
I used to love playing Spyro the Dragon on PlayStation, and this Spyro Christmas Jumper is fab.
Cheaper options include the Dobby Christmas Jumper from Primark.
For a more traditional look, this Embroidered Robins Christmas Jumper adds a festive touch without being tacky.What’s your favourite?
Liberty prints are everywhere right now. I’m compiling a list of all the beautiful products with gorgeous floral patterns that I’m lusting after: some of them are not what you’d expect!
It all started when I saw the Liberty range for Dr Marten’s. The harsh boot style works surprisingly well with the stunning Liberty prints. I am definitely getting these at some point:
I also really like these, with the blue and green Strawberry Thief pattern designed by William Morris.
You can’t just get boots, there are satchels too. I really, want this small one. This is a variation on the Strawberry Thief pattern.
The Liberty/Nike collaboration is perhaps the most surprising of all. I would love to wear these for the gym.
I can’t decide which of the watches is my favourite, but this one is a strong contender.
Of all the passport holders I’ve ever encountered, this purple one with the Ianthe print has to be one of the prettiest.
Last but not least, the iconic Liberty print scarf:
Why can’t I just win the lottery?
*Post title quote from The Old Stoic by Emily Brontë