Style: The Statement Jumper Edit…


Tomorrow is Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day and what is Christmas without a festively appropriate knit or two, especially when it’s for charity?  This year in a change to the normal line up, I have veered away from overly novelty styles in favour of more glamorous pieces as I felt jumpers that can still be worn after Christmas Jumper Day and the 25th would be more appropriate (and worth investing in) and in keeping with the current topic of sustainable/environmentally-friendly fashion. Less fast fashion, more fashion that lasts.

Jumper (sold out, similar here) Daisy’s jumper and leggings both Gap (gift) 

Also, let’s be honest, if you are anything like me, the days of needing a host party dresses and a truck load of glitz are long gone. The truth is I have very few plans to go far beyond my house if I can  (and have a hallway to decorate) but that’s also not to say I don’t want to look glamorous still when the chance arises. Step forward this colourful breton that handily also comes in miniature so I can twin with Daisy. I already have plans to pair this with heels and rolled up boyfriend jeans and of course Daisy has an abundance of skirts and dresses these days to team it with. 

So here it is, my edit of stylish High Street knits that can be can dressed up easily with a sparkly skirt and boots or paired with jeans and trainers for down days and nights – and most importantly won’t feel like an reckless indulgence destined for the back of the wardrobe after the big day. Print and pattern, sequins and sparkle – I hope this is helpful to get you suitably fashionably festive.

Happy Shopping!


For more information about Save The Children’s Christmas Jumper Day head to 

1. H&M
2.F&F at Tesco (Available in store, not online)
3. F&F at Tesco (Available in store, not online)
4. Boden
5. Marks & Spencer
6. Warehouse 
7. White Stuff
8. Zara
9. Marks & Spencer

This post was not sponsored, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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