Tis the season to sit in front of your computer on a video call wearing nothing except a Christmas Jumper.
There might not be much opportunity to show off your garish taste in jumpers on the tube this year, but there’s no excuse not to burn the eyeballs of your beloved work colleagues over the video call.
The Christmas Jumper is increasingly a staple product of the museum shop, so a look around finds the following “delights” for you from London venues.
The Nordic style print features the words ‘Merry Christmas’ alongside Stonehenge trilithon stones, Father Christmas and other symbols of the festive period.
Available in two sizes – both cost £20
A brand new design for 2020, this year’s limited edition Christmas Jumper pays homage to both Houses of Parliament with a red and green Fair Isle design that incorporates the iconic crowned portcullis, a repeating lion inspired by Pugin’s neo-gothic Palace of Westminster interiors, and various other patterns and symbols associated with Parliament.
Available in 6 sizes – all cost £45
A vintage repeat pattern sees Santa racing across the green jumper’s chest in Spitfire plane. The sleeves and reverse are speckled with snowflakes, and it has a round neck and ribbed cuffs.
Available in 5 sizes — all cost £40
Santa Claus climbs high into the sky with the help of his reindeer in his vibrant red bus piled with wrapped green and red presents. Snowflakes dot the entire navy blue jumper and red and green Christmas trees and white roundels line the hem and sleeves.
Available in 6 sizes – all cost £35
There is also a children’s version with a different design.
Roar around the Christmas tree with this year’s unisex dinosaur Christmas jumper for adults.
Available in 5 sizes — all cost £35
The Science Museum jumper features a navy and red festive design including space shuttles, santa, planets, comets, sputnik and satellites.
Available in 2 sizes – both cost £30
If I’ve missed any off, let me know in the comments below.
This article was published on ianVisits
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