the christmas jumpers you’ll want to wear

I love a Crimbo sweater. I unveil a new one each year as the festivities begin. Normally they’re loud, bright and borderline ridiculous (even my daughters are mortified). This year, however, I’ve decided to go tasteful… well, for the most part!

Selfish Mother, launched by Molly Gunn and famed for its cult charity-supporting #GoodTees, has just launched this fab collection of seasonal sweatshirts that you’re going to love. The unisex jumpers are £45 and the children’s versions are just £20 and you can buy them now at The FMLY Store. The best thing about them? An incredible 50% from each sweatshirt will be donated to Save the Children for life-saving work from the UK to Syria. This means they look good, but they DO good too.

poppy-save-the-children-selfish-motherPoppy Delevingne in Cracker – BUY!

Not only has this cool collection been launched and supported by top models Erin O’Connor, David Gandy, Poppy Delevingne, Karen Elson, Immy Waterhouse and Laura Bailey, it’s also been featured everywhere from Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar to Stella and the Telegraph making it one hell of a good looking campaign.

The three of us here at triplemelt all love our original Mother sweatshirts and have picked and bought our favourite Christmas ones. Molly, the huge talent behind Selfish Mother never ceases to amaze me, and the girl just keeps on giving. From a small idea, she now has women, men and kids the world over wearing her jumpers and tees and has raised a phenomenal 250k raised for numerous charities.

So, buy one now and you show your support for Save the Children on Christmas Jumper Day (16th December) in style.


immy-waterhouse-selfish-motherImmy Waterhouse in Baubles – BUY!

save-the-children-erin-o-connorErin O’Connor in Off Duty Elf – BUY!

save-the-chilrdren-selfish-mother-david-gandyDavid Gandy in Nut Cracker – BUY!

karen-elson-save-the-children-selfish-motherKaren Elson in Sparkle – BUY!
laura-bailey-save-the-children-selfish-motherLaura Bailey in Secret Santa – BUY!

Illustrations by Cheryl Rawlings & amazing portraits by Greg Williams Photography

Ashling McCloy


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