You can now get mittens to keep your nipples warm
Looks like there’s a new trend to take the world by storm this Christmas, with online retailer Boohoo’s launch of seasonal nipple decorations.
Yes, that’s right the ever so popular brand has released a selection of holiday nipple covers, including mittens to keep your nipples warm this winter.
With their previous wreath inspired covers proving particularly popular, there’s no surprise the brand has taken to a new design to be snapped up this festive season.
They're perfect for anyone looking to get into the festive spirit whilst keeping nice and warm, without involving Christmas jumpers or sipping hot chocolate.
So these just might be the perfect thing for you.
Mitten Nipple Covers, Boohoo, £2 here
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The Christmas mitten shaped nipple covers are designed in an eye-catching red colour and feature a white snowflake pattern in the centre.
They’re a great way to upgrade your Christmas wardrobe – better yet they’re now only £2!
Especially if sticking to tradition isn’t for you, this statement accessory is the perfect item to spice things up.
Reindeer Nipple Covers, Boohoo, £2 here
Not only is Boohoo stocking these red snowflake printed Christmas mitten covers, there are more designs to choose from.
Including sparkly Reindeer face nipple covers, a black feather pair and also a white feather pair with bells in the centre.
You can also snap these up for less than the price of a box of Christmas crackers, as these are also retailing at the bargain price £3.
Feather Nipple Covers, Boohoo, £3 here
So if you do manage to get your hands on a pair it’s worth noting that Boohoo recommends testing out the product on the skin 24 hours before.
These festive quirky nipple covers are designed with a reusable adhesive, so you can get the most wear out of them as possible.
So what are you waiting for?
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