In case you needed any more inspiration to buy a Christmas jumper this year, these celebrities might just encourage you.
The Saturdays girls Frankie Bridge and Una Healy have joined a star-studded line up including TV presenter Fearne Cotton, actress Isla Fisher, singer Laura Mvula and Made in Chelsea's Rosie Fortescue in support of Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day campaign.
On 12 December, the charity will be raising money for children in poverty around the world by asking the nation to wear a festive jumper for the day and donate £2. The organisation has raised more than £1.6 million for the cause in previous years and even better, the government will match every pound donated this time round.
As these celebrities show, subtle doesn't cut it when it comes to choosing a novelty jumper. Reindeers, Santa, Christmas trees and snowflakes should definitely be embraced. (Tinsel and antlers can be thrown in for good measure.)
Find out more about this year's Save the Children campaign in this video and for more jumper inspo, see our favourite cheap and cheerful designs below:
George at Asda's range of Save the Children Christmas jumpers will raise funds for the charity's vital work in the UK and will be available to buy in Asda stores nationwide and online at George.com. George at Asda is the official retail partner for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day - the partnership is aiming to raise over £750,000.