Disney's Christmas Jumper Range Is Here And It's Magical
We know it's not December yet, but the season for mulled wine and festive cheer is creeping ever closer and soon it'll be time to think about what Christmas jumper you'll be wearing to work, out to brunch or on the big day itself.
And we have the answer to all the above occasions, because Disney has just dropped its festive jumper range and it looks seriously magical.
The jumpers, which are part of the Holiday Cheer collection, feature some classic characters including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck, because, who doesn't love them?
One of the options up for grabs for mum or dad, is in a charcoal grey and has Donald embroidered into it looking menacing, despite wearing a festive Santa hat.
The second one for adults is a sequin-adorned number. It has Minnie Mouse on the front wearing her Mrs Claus hat, wrapped up warm in a scarf (but obviously still wearing her spotted dress - does she ever get changed?). And she's standing underneath 'snow' created from fluffy pom-poms.
Both adult knits are £30 and you can shop them here.
The jumpers aren't just for big kids either, because there is a Mickey and Minnie sweater for the little ones too.
One is in a festive red and green design and the other is white with striped sleeves. They will set you back £20 apiece here.
But, even better than all of the above, is the Pluto striped sweater for your dog for £16. Yes, even your pooch can join in the fun. Shop it here.
These knits sound like the ideal stocking presents to us, so that you and your family can match when 25th December rolls around.
If you'd prefer to bring a spooky spin to your festive wardrobe though, the Disney shop is also selling The Nightmare Before Christmas jumpers too. Jack Skellington will bring a darker twist to the holiday season.
If you're planning on snapping one up for yourself ASAP, you've already got the perfect excuse to wear it (not that you need one), because Friday 13th December is Save The Children's Christmas Jumper Day.
Anyone can take part, you just need to organise friends or colleagues to don silly sweaters on the day, after they've donated £2 to Save The Children.
The donation goes towards changing a child's life somewhere across the world, helping them to grow up safely, live a healthy life and receive an education, according to the website.
Sounds like a great cause and if you get to don your Disney sweater whilst helping others then even better.
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