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Tyga covers FN Magazine In 424 Jean Jacket

The annual, and obligatory, Christmas jumper guide has arrived.

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Love them or hate them, Christmas jumpers are an annual sartorial suicide moment, that happens whether you like it or not. But, if you’re looking for something that still looks palatable to the eye without you needing a few shots of eggnog beforehand, then look no further.

When it comes to looking for the perfect, and bearable, jumper; simple patterns, subtle details and old designs with contemporary twists are the way to go. Fear not, PAUSE has compiled a list of the less offensive choices! Consider this our gift to you…

Simple Patterns

The best thing abound patterned jumpers is that they still say Christmas, but don’t look too over the top and garish, so you won’t run the risk of looking like your Granddad. When you think patterns, think layering. Combine the look on top with a Peacoat, while below opt for a straight leg jean and desert boot.

ASOS Lambswool Rich Jumper with Monochrome Fairisle – Buy.

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Superdry Knitted Jumper with all over Fair Isle Jacquard – Buy.

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Vacant Christmas Jumper in FairIsle – Buy.

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Small Details

Why get a jumper only for Christmas when you can get one that lasts all year round? Jumpers with small Christmas flourishes still keep you in the spirit of Xmas without making you feel like you’re being drowned in it. Subtleness is the key here, so you can easily throw on a jean jacket and achieve that laidback yet effortlessly stylish vibe.

ASOS Christmas Jumper with Gingerbread Men in Wool Mix – Buy

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ASOS Christmas Jumper with Skiers – Buy

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ASOS Lambswool Christmas Jumper with Snow Detail – Buy.

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Contemporary Twists

Wearing and seeing the same tired designs year after year can get boring and repetitive, so why not break away from the mould and rock jumpers that grab old designs, put them in a DeLorean, and send them back to the future. Let the jumper be the star player and leave the rest of your outfit as the support; wear a simple white shirt underneath for a smart balance, tapered skinny jeans and a decent pair of trainers.

Bellfield Knitted Christmas Jumper with Snow Effect – Buy.

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Antony Morato Snow Effect Knitted Jumper – Buy

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Lux Reindeer Caviar Bead Sweater – Buy

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Sleek, smart and brimming with seasonal charm, these jumpers look so cool you won’t be able to wait until Christmas to put them on!

Terrible, but Brilliant

New Look This Guy Hates Christmas Jumper – Buy.

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ASOS Christmas Sweatshirt with Slogan – Buy.

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New Look Navy Jumper with Santa Design – Buy.

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D – Struck Turkey Christmas Jumper – Buy.

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Get ready to write your wish lists, deck the hall and get into the festive spirit because Christmas is slowly creeping up on us. Sure eating turkey is tempting, see family is heart-warming and getting presents is exciting, but there is no doubt that the best part of Christmas is the jumpers! However if you’re not such a big fan of sparkles, Elfie selfies, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeers and prefer a more satirical edge to your Christmas Jumper selection and want to know when it’s okay to wear it, don’t worry because PAUSE has you sorted! Consider this our gift to you…

When it comes to Christmas jumpers, dogging, swerving and avoiding the cliché and cheesy, can be a very exhorting task. So if you’re looking for something that still looks palatable to the eye without you needing a few eggnog shots beforehand, then look no further than simple patterns, old designs with contemporary twists and small details:

Patterns

The best thing abound patterned jumpers is that they still say Christmas but don’t look over the top and garish, so when you’re out and about you won’t run the risk of looking like your grandad. When you think patterns think layering. Combine the look on top with a Peacoat while below opt for a straight leg jean and desert boot.

Brand to watch: J Crew

Contemporary twists

Wearing and seeing the same tired designs year after year can get boring and repetitive, so why not break away from the mould and rock jumpers that grab old designs, put them in a DeLorean and send them back to the future… The last thing you want to do with such a fun, wacky design is to hide it under lots of layers. So let the jumper be the star player and leave the rest of your outfit as the support. Wear a simple white shirt under the jumper for a smart balance to the causal jumper; tapered skinny jeans below and a decent pair of trainers, look no further than the reebok classics.

Brand to watch: TOPMAN

Small detail

Why get a jumper only for Christmas when you can get a jumper that lasts all year round? Jumpers with small Christmas flourishes still keep you in the spirit of Xmas without making you feel like you’re being drowned in it. Subtleness is the key here, so you can easily throw on a jean jacket and achieve that laidback yet effortlessly stylish vibe.

Brand to watch: ASOS

Sleek, smart and brimming with seasonal charm, these jumpers look so cool you won’t be able to wait until Christmas to put them on!

Rapper Tyga covers FootwearNew’s ‘sneakerhead’ issue.

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Tyga has graced the latest issue of FN magazine to talk about sneakers, style and society’s penchant for following the latest craze. He alludes that his own personal style was influenced by rap culture and his own upbringing “Being from L.A., I like light shoes. I’m not into anything heavy. I like Vans, classic Chucks–very California”.

When touching on his own favourite sneakers Tyga continues “I’m such a fan of all white Vans. It’s the Cali boy in me again. I just love all white shoes. You can only get like two wears out of them, it just kills me. I buy like five at a time.

Spotted wearing 424 Jean Jacket along with more streetwear brands in the editorial, read more from the cover feature on FootwearNews.com.

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