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Every year for my husband’s family we have to to wear ugly Christmas sweaters for Christmas eve. It’s kind of become a tradition. This year I found a great company called ThreadNog that has some awesome Christmas sweaters. They have taken things from popular culture and turned them into ugly Christmas sweaters. So if you have to wear an ugly sweater it might as well be a super cool one.
Do you like The Walking Dead? Here is a super cool Negan sweater in ugly Christmas style. It’s the comic book Negan holding Lucille with that classic Christmas sweater background. So cool but yet so ugly. Really comfy too. I like to get mine big so they are super cozy and comfy. It’s perfect.
What about Star Wars? My husband is a huge fan of Star Wars and I though this sweater was so cool I had to get it for him. Features iconic images from the movies but in that classic Christmas sweater pattern. It’s really cool because you really have to look at it to realize it is Star Wars then when you do it goes from ugly sweater to super cool! (my husband doesn’t like pictures so don’t mind that his head is cut off above lol).
ThreadNog has all of your ugly Christmas sweater needs covered this holiday season. No matter what you like I’m sure you can find a sweater that features it on ThreadNog. Super cool and trendy designs and they fit great too! Get one for yourself or as a gift for a loved one.
Shop and find out more on the ThreadNog website.
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