This year I decided to get a more wearable Christmas/seasonal jumper as opposed to the crazy designs that jingle and sing to me. I cannot tell you how many times people have asked me about this gingerbread jumper, and each time they're surprised that it's from George at ASDA and cost a mere £12. I'm not usually one for sequins, but this just had me gripped at the first instance - super cute, super festive and super wearable and comfy. I'm going to get a de-bobbler on this though as it has gone a bit bobbly through constant wear (I have worn it a good few times each week throughout December and plan on wearing it throughout January also). Hopefully doing this will keep it nice for next year.
This last piece is a tartan wrap, that when I put on, makes me feel like I could take off and fly. I love a good check in winter, and shawls/wraps are a great way to get away without wearing a coat. I really like how this one fastens as I have a similar tartan red one that just flys off my shoulders with any slight wind. Monochrome ensures this piece will stay on-trend for -hopefully- a few years to come. Knitwear, whether expensive or on the cheaper side, needs taking care of to make sure that it isn't a throwaway garment after just one season, so I advise regular use of a lint roller, de-bobbler and even moth balls in your wardrobe to really help pieces last longer.