Christmas Jumpers are now a firm part of the festivities, with Christmas jumper day being my favourite mufti day in school! Now even the littlest people in the family can join in the party and here are the favourites I've found that have made their way into baby BB's wardrobe.
I fell in love with this classic nordic style Christmas jumper in JoJo Maman Bebe (JoJo Maman Bebe £22) at their Christmas shopping party event, so I picked it up for little S and one for her cousin Evie too. Only on looking at the JoJo catalog have I realised it is from the boy section.... oh well, never mind! I think more unisex anyway. Sophie wore it to my afternoon tea with my girls from school that I styled my Christmas table for (pop over for a peep at that post here).
More of a winter, rather than strictly just a Christmas jumper, (so can be worn well into the new year!) this cute penguin is just too cute. He looks even rounder when worn over a little baby's tummy too. There are sparkly threads in the white wool to make it shimmer and the penguin's tummy is all soft so Sophie (and I) like to stroke it. She wore this to see the big man in red last weekend! (Mothercare £12-13)
Most definitely in the girls department is this Reindeer jumper from The Little White Company (£32 The White Company - In Store only). Again, it has added play value with the pom pom nose. The edging and antlers are a slightly sparkling thread which looks just too pretty - I wish they made it in my size too. My only problem with it is that dribble shows up on the light grey, so maybe it would be a better option for a slightly older child - it is available in girls sizes as well as babies. Sophie has worn it to two Christmas parties already and I'm sure it is going to get plenty more wears over the next 10 days!
This Christmas jumper-dress from Boden (£28-£30 Boden) is too cute not to feature, with Mr Polar bear and Penguin looking up at the star! With cashmere in the mix, this dress is beautifully soft and snug. Worn to our NCT Christmas lunch and she is wearing it tomorrow for our trip to Hampton court iceskating too, although little S has a date with grandma watching the action! Sophie is on the move and was far too interested in me and the camera rather than posing in the dress for the final picture!!
So which is your favourite?