Malibu launches unisex Christmas fashion range ideal for the festivities ahead

It's almost the most wonderful time of the year.

And whilst many of us will be shopping for boozy treats to enjoy over the Christmas holiday, some of us will also be looking for the perfect festive fashions to get into the spirit.

Did someone say dressing gown season?

This Christmas, Malibu Rum is giving its fans what they truly want with the best of both worlds

The brand is launching its first ever line of branded 'merry merchandise' for the festive season, including furry bucket hats, fluffy stockings and faux fur sliders.

Shoppers will need to be quick, as the must-have collection is available for a limited time only and exclusively online at DrinkSupermarket from today (December 7).

The Christmas collection is modelled by Gogglebox star, Tom Malone Jr, and influencers This Is Amina and Emma’s Rectangle.

The cosy, yet on-trend collection has given some of this summer’s must-have accessories a festive twist, encouraging everyone to embrace the feel-good summer mindset even in the colder months this year.

The new collection of accessories has been launched to extend Malibu’s ‘Let The Funshine’ summer campaign.

You can also pick up your favourite bottle for the Christmas period at DrinkSupermarket, the range includes Malibu Original, Malibu Passionfruit, Malibu Watermelon and Malibu Strawberry Spritz.

Whether you love a fluffy stocking or you can't wait to keep your ears warm with a cosy bucket hat – it’s the perfect present to find under the tree this year.

For those looking to let the funshine even more this festive season, Malibu will also be touring the UK with its Naughty or Nice Advent Calendar pop-up.

Giving all fans the opportunity to win big, the Malibu tour will be visiting Cardiff, Churchill Way, on December 11 and Liverpool, Chavasse Park, on December 18 for one day only between 12pm-8pm.

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