Aunt Maud's won big on the lottery and she's invited her nearest and dearest to a lavish Christmas retreat at an exclusive country manor. But that's where Maud's luck runs out. Somebody's not happy with their present and Maud takes a face-dive into the Christmas turkey. Who killed her? It could be you...
As the butler, you favour a three-piece suit, shiny shoes and a pocket watch. A pristine white towel draped over the forearm is optional.
A rebel by nature, you wear protective black leathers with your hair tied back in case you need to do some emergency sculpting. Chainsaw optional.
Your grey suit and peaked cap are part of a chauffeur’s job description but don’t forget your automobile related cufflinks and white gloves.
For door-to-door carolling, you’ve wrapped up warm in rainbow coloured sweater, scarf and bobble hat. ’Tis the season to catch colds after all...
Lumberjack stereotypes aside, it’s not your fault you like wearing plaid shirts, hiking boots and dungarees with suspenders. They’re comfy and practical.
As an inventor people expect you to wear spectacles, a white lab coat and have hair like it’s been dragged through a bush. You don’t like to disappoint.
Whatever the occasion, you must respectfully dress like a vicar at all times with your clerical collar, black shirt or jumper, and black trousers.
For fancy get-togethers such as this you like to be extravagant, so a long red flowing gown and tiara complement your sparkling diamond necklace.
Hired as a santa impersonator you take your job seriously so it’s red trousers and coat, black belt and boots, and silly hat and beard for you... hohoho!
A simple shirt and jeans combo with a spotted bow-tie is your trademark stand-up comedy brand. Slick the hair back too if you can.
Your agony aunt essentials include glasses on a beaded chain, an enormous brooch and a floral summer dress even though it’s winter.
As a teacher you like to look smart, so choose a green or red skirt and jacket along with a white blouse. Glasses and tight ponytail complete the picture.
It’s time to whip out that special patterned Christmas jumper from last year, and pair it with brown trousers and animal slippers. You’re a fun baker.
On top you wear your buttoned chef’s jacket and hat, but you pair it with black trousers or fitted skirt depending on how you’re feeling.
As an elf impersonator, the badly fitting uniform is your only choice - green or red top, matching leggings, pointy hat and a buckled belt to keep you in.
You’re a traditional maid with your black dress, white apron, soft cap or lace choker, depending on what’s required. Feather duster optional.