15 Christmas Jumpers You Won't Feel Ridiculous In

The Christmas jumper is a funny beast. Many hate them and can't bear the thought of wearing an item that has either Rudolph or a snowman on it. And that's fair enough because it doesn't exactly scream "chic and sophisticated woman," does it? And while we're not knocking those who enjoy sporting a sweater festooned with LED lights and a bit of tinsel, there are ways to still be festive with your knitwear without compromising on style. For example, you can go for the simple red sweater, and you'll look suitably ready for the season.

There's the Fair Isle knit like the subtle sequin Zara option Enis (above) is wearing. These are popular throughout winter and have a bit of a Christmas-y vibe, yet they remain a wardrobe classic. And the embellished sweater is classic which is always a contender in our books, thanks to the gems taking on a snowflake-esque quality. Whatever your view, we've selected 15 cool Christmas jumpers that are ideal for those who love them (and even for those who don't).

Scroll through to feel just the right amount of festive. 

Pair this mustard knit with leather trousers for an alternative Christmas day outfit. 

The jewel buttons gives this tiger-print cardigan a festive twist. 

You'll want to wear this with a red skirt and white ankle boots for an alternative Xmas look. 

Thanks & Other Stories for bringing this could-be vintage cardi in to our lives. 

The beige jumper just reached new festive heights, and we like it a lot. 

Wear with a sequinned midi skirt if you want to make it more festive. 

Just add OTT embellished ear candy to complete the look. 

Forget Rudolph on your sweater—this studded sleeved beauty is festive enough. 

We're getting Christmas tree vibes in a totally great way, of course. 

It'll look perfect with those new crystal hair clips on your Christmas wish list. 

Give your classic black sweater the Midas touch. 

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