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WGSN Alternative Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Day Three

2017 Christmas Jumper Day

Adwoa Aboah supports Christmas Jumper Day

Tired of the same old gifts? At WGSN Insider we’ve been thinking about changing consumer habits towards gifting and the rise in gifts that are unique and do good. So, this year we’ve decided to launch a gift guide with a difference. This year our gift guide will be focused on cool new brands with values around altruism, sustainability, kindness, and stand out/unique designs. So you’ll be excited by what you’re buying and so will the beneficiaries.

WGSN Alternative Holiday Gift Guide 2017 

Day Three: Christmas jumpers in aid of Save the Children. 

Poppy Delevingne in Selfish Mother ALL THAT GLITTERS sweatshirt for Save the Children, christmasjumperday.org

 

Karen Elson in Selfish Mother MERRY sweatshirt for Save the Children.

Luke Evans for Selfish Mother x Save the Children

Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day is back (December 15th) and fashion brand Selfish Mother has curated a range of slogan sweatshirts. Blogger Molly Gunn is the brains behind the brand Selfish Mother and she’s come up with a selection of jumpers that say things like ‘ELFISH MOTHER’, ‘GOLD’, ‘GRINCH’ ‘HOPEFUL’, ‘LOVE’, ‘MERRY’, ‘ALL THAT GLITTERS’, ‘DASHING ELF’ and ‘PEACE’. Over the last few years we’ve seen the rise and rise of slogans as a design element, the perfect way to add personalisation and fun to clothing. Grab one of these unique, unisex, festive slogan jumpers from 29th October exclusively at Selfish Mother’s online store here for £50 carrying a 50% donation to Save the Children.

 

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