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Need a last-minute ugly Christmas sweater? Here are 12 ideas

Dec 12, 2019, 10:15 AM | Updated: 3:02 pm

 

Let’s face it — you’re probably going to be expected to wear an ugly Christmas sweater this holiday season.

Whether it’s for an office party or a gathering of friends, the gaudy pullovers are a common theme for festive celebrations.

If you don’t already have such a sartorial disaster, or are just bored with what you’ve got, check out the gallery above for 12 ideas.

Unfortunately, one sweater guaranteed to steal the show is already sold out: an ode to the Popeyes chicken sandwich.

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Need a last-minute ugly Christmas sweater? Here are 12 ideas