Christmas is coming home with this Gareth Southgate-inspired waistcoat festive jumper
Bring Christmas home with you this festive period with your own Gareth Southgate-style waistcoat jumper.
Football almost came home this summer as Southgate and his waistcoat guided England to the semi-finals of a World Cup for the first time in 28 years.
The England manager became an icon of a summer which united the country amid the hottest temperatures on record. Now you can make him an icon of the winter.
The festive jumper is from notjust and follows on from 2017's popular 'Jerry Christmas' offering, complete with Jeremy Corbyn in a Santa hat, which raised over £7,000 for charity.
This year, for every Christmas jumper waistcoat sold, notjust will donate a specially designed knit to the homeless.
Mike Harding, founder of notjust, said: "Last year we had an overwhelming response to our Jerry Christmas festive jumper, and this year we wanted to return with even more designs celebrating this year's biggest individual who unified the nation.
"Gareth Southgate, and his iconic waistcoat, oversaw a World Cup run that truly made us believe it was coming home.
"The idea of home is something that so many of us take for granted, but we've got 5,500 people living on the streets of England! This year we'll be donating jumpers and socks to homeless people across the country for the products that we sell."
Jumpers can be purchased here: notjust.shop