Here we are with only a week to go until Christmas. How many of you have done all your Christmas shopping and more importantly are you all partied out yet? Well, keep going until next week because you have worked hard all year round and it is about the only time of the year where it is socially acceptable to over party, over drink and over eat without too much judgement because everyone is at it. In fact it almost becomes the topic to talk about. Then comes new year, everyone wants to make a new years resolutions which normally involves some sort of self improvement such as joining the gym or quitting smoking.
Last Christmas would you all agree that the Christmas jumper somehow became THE fashionable thing to wear with every high street shop selling them. Gone are the days where ALL the Christmas jumpers are tacky. Now some have been replaced by some very classy stylish ones thanks to Topshop. This year they are still going strong with more and more high street fashion retailers joining in the festive fashion must have trend. However I have noticed another trend this Christmas, the novelty Christmas glasses. Everyone on my Facebook, Instgram and even twitter who was at a Christmas party someone seemed to be wearing them. In fact some wore them instead of the Christmas jumper.
Which high street giant is brining in this novelty trend? Primark! To be honest they are quite fun and at only £1.50 (instead of spending £10 or more on a jumper) I can see why these may become the popular option amongst Christmas parties. Plus they look absolutely ridiculous like how some Christmas jumpers used to be, so definitely a festive must have. They are also something quite fun and colourful to have on the Christmas dinner table. I cannot guarantee they will stay on your face for the whole duration of the meal and if you already wear glasses then I’m afraid it is one or the other.
With only a week to go there is still time to grab yourself some of these novelty glasses for the dinner table so the whole family can have a giggle. Do grab them soon though as I can imagine they may become even more popular nearer the time so shop late and be prepared to be left with only broken ones. If you are Christmas shopping this weekend then good luck to you, it will be a war zone out there I am sure.