5 Ugly Christmas Sweaters Everyone Must Avoid At All Costs
We all know the most exciting thing about the holidays. It’s when you get to showcase your stunning Christmas sweater, which doesn’t always work in your favor. You do have one thing to be pleased about. Lots of unlucky people mess up much worse than you, so let’s take a look at some Christmas sweater design ideas you need to avoid at all costs.
A Really White Santa Claus
Take one of the nicest knitwear sweaters around and replace it with its exact opposite. This Santa Claus sweater is so bad it’s enough to make kids stop believing in Christmas. In fact, if we’re being entirely honest it was surely a kid who designed it themselves. Mr Claus would be 100 percent camouflaged if you pulled off his hat, and if he was lying in the snow it would be impossible to find him.
How To Destroy Christmas Presents
Christmas presents are the only thing kids look forward to on the big day. They would swap their turkey dinner for another present in a second if you offered them the choice. How do you think they’ll feel about opening their presents if they see this sweater in public? It would single-handedly destroy Christmas, and the excitement of opening beautifully-wrapped presents would disappear.
The Most Wonderful Tree Never
You’ve got to give credit where it’s due. At least the person who designed this sweater managed to get it the right way round. Still, random patterns hanging from trees surely can’t count as decorations and they should have looked for a little inspiration. We can only hope the bells don’t work, or you should feel sorry for the people who have to hear it coming before they see it.
Did She Design This Herself
At first glance you would see a bow, tinsel, and decorations hanging from this Christmas sweater. After a few seconds you would be hit with a giant epiphany. This women walked into work with a plain green sweater in the morning. Her cheeky colleagues have been sticking random objects to the sweater every time she walked past. It’s the only way to explain such a horrible creation, which she couldn’t have created on her own?
Does This Really Scream Christmas?
There is one unwritten rule when it comes to wearing Christmas sweaters. You can’t cheat by wrapping some bobbles around a basic red sweater. It would be like adding a big swoosh badge to your old trainers and saying you bought them from Nike. Hopefully everyone can see how silly it looks when you forget to buy a proper Christmas sweater and run around your home at short notice seeing what else is available.