This Giant Scarf Is The Only Thing Introverts Need This Christmas

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 This Giant Scarf Is The Only Thing Introverts Need This Christmas

It feels like it's minus 100 degrees outside, and most parts of the UK have been transformed into a winter wonderland.

This means there is no better time than now to cancel all your plans to binge watch telly, get all your cosiest clothes out and snuggle up...

Just make sure that you don't feel the chill outside.


For those of you who are being forced out into the cold blast, then this new fashion item is probably going to be your BFF.

Enter, the giant scarf:


Yep, it could also be described as a giant sock, but it's sure to keep you warm, although I'm not sure how practical it is actually going to be. It's definitely an unique alternative for the usual festive Christmas jumper though.

Dukyana is the genius behind this gigantic scarf creation that measures over eight foot in length. The Bulgarian designers have crafted this creation from soft mohair.

I won't lie to you but it has a pretty hefty price tag of £200, but if you ever find yourself wanting to hide away from the rest of the world, you've got this giant scarf.

Seeing as you could probably fit two people into this scarf-sock hybrid, maybe this could be a joint Christmas present.


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If you're looking for more traditional festive attire, Next is selling Christmas pjs for the whole of the family, including the pooch.


Just look how cute it is...

The men's all-in-one costs £30, while the women's is £28, the 3-16 years version is £15-£20, the babygro is £11-£12 and the dog's jumper is £8-£14 depending on the size of your little four-legged friend.


Featured Image Credit: Dukyana

Topics: Style News, Fashion

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