My personal favourites are a distressed grey Lumière t-shirt, a Cinderalla shoe one with ‘expectation’ written under it, and an oversized Bambi sweatshirt.
There are even a few festive options in there in case you’re still not sorted for Christmas jumper day, like a Pluto skating one and a red drawstring hoodie with Mickey dressed in winter gear.
As with most novelty tops, it’s all about how you style them, and so to make sure you still look on point, pair them with corduroy culottes, jeans or a sequin skirt to keep it hi-lo.
Top tip: go one size up as that almost always makes things look more expensive.
This article originally appeared on marie claire UK.