You know it's Christmas when everyone starts talking about what jumpers they're thinking of buying. It seems like festive knitwear has got really, really popular recently. I have no idea why. Maybe it's the hipsters. It's always the hipsters - isn't it?

These days, you can get a Christmas jumper that's themed around just about everything.

Prosecco, gin, Peaky Blinders, Stranger Things - you name it, you can get it.

It's not quite these KFC Christmas tree decorations, but still...

Credit: KFC

Well now Next has brought out an adorable range of Christmas jumpers for the people who enjoy the more traditional (and adorable) jumper style.

They wrote on Instagram: "ALL the gear for festive cheer! :wink::christmas_tree: #jumper #christmas #christmasjumper#gifts #gifting #festive #knitwear #fashion#nextwomen #nextfashion".

Everyone seems to be loving their reindeer bobble hat in particular.

To be fair, it's ADORABLE.

Credit: Next

Yes, I would like ten please.

Anyway, one fan wrote: "the reindeer hat!!" while another added: "the reindeer bobble hat [love eye emojis]".

Most people are just buzzing off the whole collection to be honest, which includes jumpers, mittens, hats, and Christmas cards.

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If you're the kind of person who gets into the Christmas spirit particularly early, don't listen to the haters. According to science, you're a happier person and people like you more.

In a report in Science Direct, they explain that those who put their decorations up early are generally happier people, and are seen as more welcoming and personable by others.

They say: "[People see those with] Christmas decorations as a cue that the residents were friendly and cohesive. Decoration interacted with sociability in a complex but interpretable way. In the absence of Christmas decorations, raters accurately distinguished between the homes of sociable and nonsociable residents; in open ended comments, they attributed their impressions to the relatively more 'open' and 'lived in' look of the sociable residents' homes."

They continued: "When Christmas decorations were present, raters actually attributed greater sociability to the nonsociable residents, citing a more open appearance as the basis for their judgments.

"The results support the idea that residents can use their home's exterior to communicate attachment and possibly to integrate themselves into a neighborhood's social activities."

So you seem friendlier and you are generally happier?


So there you have it, Christmas lovers are happier people so all you Scrooges should take a leaf out of their book...

Next year perhaps.

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her -

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