Not sure if it’s a good idea to get yet another Christmas jumper?
Christmas jumpers get sustainable this year thanks to Notjust, a social enterprise that has created its first recycled collection using yarns destined for landfill with zero waste and a low carbon footprint.
50% of profits from every sale will be donated to charities in the UK tackling climate change and mental health (the company has given £50,000 to charities from previous campaigns).
And, as in previous years, the brand’s wares celebrate the year’s biggest talking points.
Yes, this year’s Christmassy themes include Princess Di, England’s efforts at the Euros and even David Attenborough.
And they’re all available to order online for between £37.99-£47.99.
The People’s Princess
The People’s Princess knit reimagines Princess Diana’s black sheep jumper using reindeers for ‘a seasonal twist’.
It’s coming home ’22
Three Lions celebrates the success of the England football team in the Euros with a captain’s armband design reading ‘Good times never seemed so good’ and the words ‘It’s Coming Home 22’ on the back.
And for tech heads, it has to be ‘It’s Cryptmas’ created in celebration of the wild roller-coaster that is cryptocurrency.
Lastly, new life has been breathed into an old favourite.
After his stellar appearance at Cop26, the brand’s David Attenbrrrr! jumper has been reimagined more sustainably using recycled plastic bottles and recycled acrylic.