Monday, 26 November 2012

Christmas Jumpers, Hell no, or Noel




So I stop blogging for ONE WEEK, I come back and what do I find (apart from new blog followers. Hello, welcome, sit down over there. No, not that seat, the other one. Thank you, this won't take a minute and then normal service will resume shortly.) I find that you all have embraced a new trend. (Well, I say embraced, some of you have this trend in a headlock from what I can see.)


CHRISTMAS JUMPERS!!!!!!!!!


In one week have you all lost your mind? (and sense of taste?)

Now yes, I admit, I am usually the first to say that everyone should be free to wear what they want and no-one should be judged for what they wear. Well I am REVOKING that rule from this day forward.

What are you all thinking? Please, someone needs to tell me whether
 this is something that I can blame Alexa Chung for, (coz that bird is on my shit list anyway, and I will gladly pin this one on her too, if I can.)

IF you are wearing your Christmas jumper ON Christmas day in a vaguely ironic way, then I am right behind you (Pointing and laughing, I grant you, but behind you ALL the way)

But may I point you towards my previous post, It is NOVEMBER, and you are walking around wearing a jumper with a Rudolph face on it and a comic pom pom nose?


Nuh-uh.


But when did this happen anyway? The last time I looked, Christmas jumpers were naff and like onesies only to be worn inside anyway. (Sidenote, if you can find a christmas onesie for me, I will be all over that like a RASH)


Now it seems Christmas jumpers are the this seasons Satchel!!!!



So tell me, Christmas Jumpers?


Naff or Not?


Are YOU purchasing a Christmas jumper or five? or are you not getting behind this trend at all?



Let me know.



Big Fashionista x x x

18 comments:

  1. loads of xmas onesies in primark! and it doesnt even matter if you only wear them at this time of year, because theyre only about 12 quid

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  2. I love Christmas jumpers so I'm glad they're everywhere this year. I will only be wearing mine on Christmas and to a couple of Christmas parties I'm going to though...

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  3. I dont like them, actually I can say I hate them. They should never be worn, not even on christmas day/morning/night. But they do say to each their own...

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  4. Naff. I run an Online Carboot on Facebook for Maidenhead (I say run, I mean I snaffle the good shit before anyone else spots it), and someone posted a Rudolph jumper that LIGHTS THE FUCK UP! Why would any sane person wear one of these? It was so nasty, Timmy Mallet would've turned it down.
    Not a fan. I don't own any nasty jumpers or onesies.

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  5. The Christmas jumper is something that should never be worn, unless maybe in the middle of July as a joke. Other than that, it is a big NO from me.
    I would agree with your idea of pining it on Alexa Chung though, it's only fair.

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  6. I'm a Christmas themed jumper girl, and there is a difference in wearing a snowman on your body (massive no no) to a fairisle-ish reindeer themed knit jumper. I go for the latter, as it's pretty standard dress code in the depths of Dorset!

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  7. I've definitely getting some Christmas jumpers this year. I will be wearing them in the week run up to Christmas!

    ▲ WOLF WHISTLE ▲

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  8. Fairisle is about as close to a Christmas jumper as I'll get but I quite like the look. Although that's because I generally think that everyone is taking the piss out of hipsters who are wearing them seriously...

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  9. I was recently bought a "Christmas jumper". It doesn't have a reindeer on it, or a picture of a robin, but it is very warm and I love it. It's like wearing a cuddle. But possibly because it's from someone very special.

    I'm pro the CJ. :-)

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  10. I LOVE christmas jumpers, but only on/around christmas day. However, I adore fairisle jumpers all winter and other winter types of jumpers and would wear a different one every day if I could!

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  11. I think you're all mad. Christmas jumpers are horrific!

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  12. love the christmas jumper and plan to purchase one in penneys...to wear on Christmas Day maybe Eve and not other day...
    J
    http://lifelovesand.blogspot.ie/

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  13. No, no , and thrice NO! I cannot stand Christmas jumpers, at all.

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  14. Yes, yes, yes! Although saying that, I've actually yet to go out and buy one....but if I do, it'll be worn on Christmas Day then shoved away for another year. xx

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  15. We are with raven on this one Nay, Nay and thrice Nay!

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  16. not for me!!however, today I bought ones for my children!! #BadMom

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  17. I'm sorry, I do love a Christmas jumper, however strictly to be worn on the week before xmas and the Big Day only.

    Then again I am typing this wrapped up in my giant reindeer onesie so clearly what do I know.

    LOVING your work though as always xx

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  18. I absolutely love christmas jumpers ! Ah, they are all adorable. I already have my cutesy jumper picked out, and I'll love
    wearing it, they can say what they want.

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