Knits the season to be jolly
19 December 2013 12:11am
Here’s our pick of the classiest Christmas jumpers this winter
For Him: Polo Ralph Lauren reindeer jumper £255, ralphlauren.co.uk
This cosy cotton blend should ward off chilly breezes. It also features a Nordic-inspired intarsia-knit design.
For Her: Lucille snowflake intarsia jumper £390, harveynichols.com
US women’s brand Alice & Olivia is behind this Scandinavian design, made in a silver and cream viscose blend.
For Her: Polar bear knitted jumper £75, frenchconnection.com
A knitted polar bear is the main attraction on this knit, surrounded by spots of snow. Festive in a subtle way, wintry in every way.
For Him: Denim Grimshaw Fair Isle jumper £120, website.com
Woven from a premium cotton, this Tommy Hilfiger jumper is made all the warmer by a shawl collar.
For Her: Rampant sporting ski jumper £79, johnlewis.com
Designed with a crew neck and ribbing, this wool blend ski jumper is perfect for those who hit the slopes as soon as they feel the chill.
For Him: Maison Martin Margiela jumper £535, mrporter.com
Based on a traditional fisherman’s jumper, this chunky cable knit is made from pure cream wool.
For Her: Ted Baker Alexia Fair Isle jumper £99, johnlewis.com
The three-quarter length sleeves on this bright yellow jumper keeps it feminine as well as festive.
For Him: Onchan Fair Isle crew neck jumper by Tom Morris £195, tommorris.com
Made with 100 per cent lamb’s wool, this classic design is tasteful enough to keep you warm throughout the winter months.
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