Progressing through your life, from young to old and wise, changes your perspective on many things. And ugly Christmas sweaters also share this same fluent progression of perspective. If at first, they seem like the nastiest garment anyone could have thought of, sometime later, they start to grow on you. Reaching your twenties, these ugly sweaters start to look kinda funny, kinda cute, and you enthusiastically, yet ironically choose one for the annual party. Ten years pass, and you can no longer envision Christmas day without wearing one. Come your forties, and a sudden realization that you own a whole collection of these puppies is in sight. But, whether you are just a fledgling sweater wearer or a seasoned pro, we bet that you either will want to add some of the cardigans from our list to your collection or, at least, wear them ironically.
This list that you’re about to see will give you some pretty awesome ugly Christmas sweater ideas. First, there are elaborate handmade monstrosities, such as Rudolph doing a very technicolor yawn or exposing parts of your body as if to allude they are a component of a Christmas elf behind. Then there are the storebought goodies – Dwight as Rudolph, Rudolph as Dwight, Dwight as Dwight, and Rudolph as a sweater. Even if you’re not into Dwight, your choices will be aplenty, catering to the needs of even the most connoisseuring connoisseurs there are. If you’re one of them, then why not borrow the idea of turning yourself into a human Christmas tree or wear your grandma’s hand-knitted, vintage TV table cover that you’ve embellished with your own hands? Wear it ironically, of course.
Hopefully, your interest is growing with each sentence, and now you’re pretty anxious to check out the sweater gallery below. And good for you! These ugly Christmas sweaters are going to be worth your while and might even make your day just a tiny bit merrier. So, sleigh down below to the hilarious photos and vote for the funny sweaters that you might wear yourself! Don’t forget to share this article with your friends, as they might also want to look at these jolly good ideas.