Monday, October 6, 2014

My Ugly Christmas Sweater is Perfect for Your Upcoming Holiday Parties!

This year has gone by so fast.  I feel like we just celebrated Christmas and New Year's and here we are again approaching another year of holidays. The holidays are my absolute favorite time of the year and I love everything about them from the holiday cheer and music, to the fantastic baked goods.  I always say that it's a special time of year that brings friends and family together to celebrate.  Are you starting to think about planning your upcoming Christmas party?

My Ugly Christmas Sweater offers a fun and tacky way to ring in the holiday season. Whether you're throwing a house party, going to a bar crawl, or attending an office party this year, there's no reason why the dress code can't include an ugly Christmas sweater.  The sweaters range from light up Christmas trees, pullovers with 3D embellishments and cardigans with horrible cheesy patterns.  Of course you can't forget vintage reindeer and corny teddy bear sweaters too! All sweaters come in a variety of styles and sizes for men and women.  Have a contest with your friends, family, or coworkers to see who's sweater is the tackiest and ugliest. Everyone will surely have some great laughs. If you don't want to do a contest, implement a rule that your guests must come in some sort of tacky attire, that will be equally as fun.

If these sweaters don't make you cringe, there's certainly something wrong with you.




Wow, my poor eyes! Those sweaters really are terrible.  However you plan your holiday party this year, make sure it involves ugly Christmas sweaters and tons of delicious food.  You cannot go wrong with spending time with your loved ones while enjoying fabulous indulgent treats.

*DISCLOSURE* This is a sponsored post that I received compensation for.  All thoughts are strictly my own.  

1 comment:

  1. this reminds me so much of my stepmother for years she bought my stepbrothers the most appalling jumpers she could find and they were expected to wear them through the season whenever they visited. When she was in her 80s she told me it was because they always used to moan about her knitting them jumpers , so she figured this was a good revenge

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