Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?

Too Early For A Christmas Jumper? Hello friends, happy Friday. So how has your week been so far? Are you looking forward to the weekend?

It has been so cold around here so I’ve been layering up. We are allowed to wear Christmas jumpers at work but the heating is broken.

So I’ve been layering up to the point that you can’t see my Christmas jumpers because of all my layers. My uniform jacket is right on the top.

Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?

Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?

Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?

Hopefully, it will be mended soon. Today I went to work in my knitted Santa hat too as that will keep me warm. Snow is forecasted for the weekend too. I wonder if it does snow here!? It is cold enough too, that’s for sure.

What I Wore: Jumper: Tu Clothing at Sainsbury’s

Too Early For A Christmas Jumper? Well, the Christmas trees are up now, so not too early for me. Well saying they are up but not quite decorated. 3 sets if lights all broken so my husband fetched new ones today so I can decorate them tomorrow.

I never like to chuck an old Christmas jumper away until it has completely gone. So I do have a fun collection.

Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?

Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?

Is it too early for a Christmas jumper? Well, the calendar might say it’s only November, but the festive spirit in your heart knows no bounds!

Picture this: You’re sipping hot cocoa by the fireplace, adorned in a dazzling Christmas jumper that could outshine the twinkling lights on the tree.

Your pet dog gives you a look as if to say, “Are you lost in a time warp, hooman?”

But you simply wink back and declare, “I’m just getting a head start on spreading holiday cheer!

The snow might not be falling, but my sweater game is already in full blizzard mode.

So, whether it’s the middle of summer or the peak of winter, if your Christmas jumper is calling, don’t resist the festive fashion temptation—embrace it like the merry rebel you are!

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What I Wore: Christmas Jumpers A Funky One!

Hello friends. Happy Ho Ho Ho Saturday. Yes I am in a good mood because it is nearly Christmas!!!!!!

What I Wore: Jumper: c/o Funky Christmas Jumper | Jeggings: Primark | Boots : c/o Pavers. Funky Christmas Jumpers Oh My!!

Secondly, What If Christmas..Perhaps.. …Means A Little Bit More!”

“Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before! What if Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!” ― Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

I was trying not to laugh at the taxi driver being a right Grinch about the holiday season, when I was actually wearing my Grinch knitted cosy jumper!!

I love it when we can wear our seasonal jumper to work every day throughout December too. This is one of my favourite seasonal jumpers and I will also be wearing it loads after my week off.

Talking of week off, I have a few days booked off work so the builder can turn our garage into a dining room. Eek I can not wait. What If Christmas..Perhaps.. …Means A Little Bit More!”

Christmas Jumper Selfies:

Thirdly, Christmas Jumper Selfies.

Christmas jumper/ugly sweater photos; don’t you just love taking them at Christmas? Here are a few fun photos me and my Daughter taken the other day. 

Do you love wearing Christmas jumpers? Christmas Jumper Selfies.

Last but not least, Christmas Jumpers For Dogs.

Look At Mollie The Elf!! Mollie always looked adorable in her Christmas jumper. I miss her so much. Christmas Jumpers For Dogs.

I have seen Christmas jumpers for dogs all over the internet but never really looked for them before. I found this one in Sainsbury’s a few weeks ago and last week when they had 25% off I treated Mollie to one. Guess what!? If forgot to buy myself a new one!!!!! Ha!! Look At Mollie The Elf!!

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See my latest Reel over on Instagram here: A fun trip to Nottingham on Saturday but didn’t get chance to visit the Christmas market so we will have to visit again soon.

Wearing this chunky warm and cosy coat: Tu Clothing at Sainsbury’s || Skirt: Stacy Solomon collection from Primark a few years ago and boots: Marisota * gifted a few years ago. Nottingham Reel.

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Secondly, A Walk Around Sherwood Forest: Land Of Robin Hood. 

It was such a lovely day yesterday. The sun was shining, the sky was blue, and doesn’t it make you feel better that it’s becoming warmer?

I’ve been sick all week with a terrible cough, possibly brought on by the return of cold weather. Today I’m going to show you some images from ‘A Walk Around Sherwood Forest.’

These pictures were taken before the snow started to fall. We enjoyed a beautiful family trip through Nottinghamshire’s Sherwood Forest. Anyone up for a selfie with The Major Oak? So that’s me! Bless him, he’s getting old!

Do you have any experience with Sherwood Forest? A fantastic area to visit for a day in the woods. A Walk Around Sherwood Forest: Land Of Robin Hood.

Thirdly, My Sunday Photo: In The Forest.

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Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?

Last But Not Least, Fun In The Forest: Sherwood Forest Fun And Laughter.  

I have just found some fun pictures on my phone from Sherwood Forest. We visited a few weeks ago and had a great time. So much fun. Fun In The Forest: Sherwood Forest Fun And Laughter. So much fun.

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Too Early For A Christmas Jumper?
Claire Justine
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  1. 6 December 2021 / 14:30

    Never too early! Red reallys suits you!

  2. Heather
    1 December 2021 / 01:19

    I love it! I don’t think it’s too early!

  3. Karren Haller
    29 November 2021 / 19:10

    I love your sweater, I remember a friends mother that used to knit these sweaters and I wanted one so bad, she used to wear them over full skirts you know the ones with puffy slips, that was in the 50’s-60’s, lol They never go out of style.
    Have a lovely week!

    • 1 December 2021 / 08:38

      Love this idea Karren, I think I will recreate this look.

  4. Chickenruby
    28 November 2021 / 13:26

    It’s never too early for a Christmas jumper, but that jumper could be more christmassy Thanks for linking with #pocolo

    • 1 December 2021 / 08:37

      I’ve been wearing my Rudolph one and my Grinch one too.

  5. 27 November 2021 / 14:24

    I don’t think it’s ever too early for a Christmas jumper, Claire! lol! You look fab in yours.
    Suzy xx