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Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous

Christmas jumper season is once again upon us, which means we can revel in the woolly creations that will appear from our friends, family and co-worker's wardrobes. Prepare for a giggle because we've found you some beauties that you can hope to see as we get nearer to the big day.

Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous

2. The thrifty one

Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous
Image: Amazon

4. The punny one

Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous
Image: Asos

7. The impressive one

Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous
Image: Today

8. The classic one

Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous

9. The political one

Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous
Image: Self

15. The glam one

Christmas Jumpers: The Good, The Bad, The Hideous
Image: Asos

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