Christmas Jumper Day: Get yours on and send us a picture
Friday is the charity fundraiser Christmas Jumper Day and we want to see yours.
Save the Children, Macmillan Cancer Support and the Make-A-Wish foundation have teamed up with ITV for the first time for a massive festive charity appeal.
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The charities are urging everyone to wear a Christmas jumper today as part of the annual Text Santa campaign.
And there's sure to be plenty of competition across offices, schools and homes, to have the best knitted bauble.
A host of well-known faces, from Stormont to the UTV newsroom have already got in the spirit.
But what do you prefer?
Is it Santa, a snowman or good old Rudolph who you sits proud on your pullover, or do you prefer something more sedate?
And is it shop bought or have you made your own?
Whatever your style, we want to see it.
Simply take a selfie, or gather the whole family around the tree and take a grand pic of you'll in your best holiday attire.
Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us, or send them to us on our Facebook page.
The very best will feature in our gallery.
Christmas Jumper Day is a fundraising campaign that was set up in 2012 by Save the Children.
Each year people are encouraged to wear a Christmas jumper on a specific Friday in December to ‘make the world better with a sweater’ and to raise money for the for the children’s charity at Christmas.