This season Beyond Retro have teamed up with Save The Children for a fun and festive campaign in order to raise money for the charity. The vintage store pledges to donate £1 for every Christmas jumper sold. With a range of 10, 000 jumpers across their stores and the website there's plenty to choose from whether you fancied a pretty floral number or an overly tacky, ugly festive knit.
If they did manage to sell every last jumper that would be £10,000 raised and 10, 000 fabulously festive people kitted out in time for Christmas! Be sure to check out their full range of Christmas jumpers available here.
Also, Beyond Retro are holding a £250 voucher giveaway for anyone who wants to participate in their xmas jumper style off. Simply snap a selfie of yourself in your wonderful new festive attire and upload it to Instagram with the hashtag #xmasjumperstylechallenge and then make sure you follow Beyond Retro across their social media channels. Easy peasy.
You may have noticed I ditched the grown out blonde roots for being a carrot top once again. If you've followed my blog since back in the day you'll know I was a redhead for a long time, but early last year made the switch to blonde. As my natural roots grew out (which was the first time I had ever seen my natural hair colour since I was 11 years old) I realised just how dark it was and how much it didn't suit my pasty pale skin tone. Although it's a little more red than the copper colour I want, it's still a step in the right direction.
I'm Leigh, a vintage obsessed, twenty-something illustration graduate now delving into the world of digital marketing. The late 60s & early 70s are my era. I have a penchant for terrible horror movies and burgers.