Sweater Up My Dears

Ah, the weather is a perfect reflection of what Christmas should feel like, and I am mighty glad to get the wood fire roaring. Team it up with brand new sweaters and this wonderful Sweater Mug to drink hot Coco from! Cuddle up to this delightful cup and if you feel generous, send me the ones in pink and blue! Yep, available right here at the Yanko Design Store for $16 only!

  • Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • Made of Porcelain. Has capacity of 350ml (11.8 fl.oz.).
  • Available in 4 colors: Blue, Green, Pink and White

Available: At the YD Store [ Buy it Here ]

11 Comments

  • very sweet glasses..

  • Grey says:

    Awesome! nice tight hug.. personally i would go for matt colour outside and white inners..
    @ beko beyaz eşya – Its a cup, not a glass.

  • James says:

    Get one for ONLY $16! haha. Nice, tad expensive just for one though. For the same price I could get a whole set or normal ones, I like it but not that much! Doing different colours on the “jumper” part would be nice, like what actual jumpers look like. Might be a cute idea, almost like you’ve got a knitted wooly coat over your white mug.

    @Grey – it’s actually a mug, not a cup.

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