#XmasJumperDay for Save the Children (AD)


christmas jumper day


Did you wear your Christmas Jumper today? We did! We got into the festive spirit and donned our most jolly jumpers all for a good cause (but we secretly LOVE them too!)


We paid our pound (Text TEAMTHINLYS to 70050) and wore our Christmas jumpers with pride. We thought we might look a bit daft around the supermarket but actually there was a lot of other people (both staff and customers) wearing their Christmas jumpers too. So if you didn’t wear one today, guess who the silly one was?

For every £1 that is donated, Save the Children will put it towards saving lives. Did you know that just £1 will pay for 9 sachets of oral rehydration treatment sachets that will help seriously poorly babies and children suffering from diarrhoea. Just a £1 can be the difference between life and death.

(You’ll be billed £1 plus standard rate text message. Save the Children will receive at least £0.99 depending on your network. Include NO INFO to stop further communications) 

Review: Bon Marche Christmas Jumper

I was recently sent a Christmas jumper from Bon Marche to review and I love it. The Christmas jumper is black and features a snowman with a festive hat and scarf with sparkly sequins sewn through it.

I wouldn’t normally shop in Bon Marche as there isn’t one local to where I live and the majority of clothes aren’t really my style but I really love their selection of Christmas jumpers and would happily wear any of them.

The snowman jumper has been washed a number of times now and it has washed really well. My Christmas jumper is XL in size and it’s perfect. Not too baggy but not too tight either. It’s really cosy to wear and I will be donning it this Christmas at our annual family get togethers. Priced at just £20 it really is a bit of a bargain.


Disclaimer: I was sent this Christmas jumper to review and all words and images are my own. This forms an honest and open review.

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