Ugly Holiday Sweaters


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and your outfit may be to blame.

No matter what holiday you are celebrating this winter, chances are a party is in your future. And instead of finding that perfect dress or blinged-out accessory, it may be all about picking out your most festive—and dare we say ugly—sweater.

For many Hollywood stars, they've turned to Tipsy Elves for their holidays and they look pretty darn good doing it.

Candace Cameron Bure and Raven-Symoné strutted their looks on The View while Jenna Bush Hager and Hoda Kotb made the perfect pair during an appearance on Today.

As for Ruby Rose and Sean Lowe, they made it a family affair when they posed in their respective sweaters on Instagram.

So what's so special about these items? In addition to being featured on Shark Tank and getting an investment from Robert Herjavec, the co-founders credit clever and unique designs for their success.

"We design products that are funny, unique, and most importantly, high quality," co-founders Nick Morton and Evan Mendelsohn shared with E! News. "Our customers believe that life should be fun and our products are designed to keep up with all the awesome things they do."

They added, "People love having fun. The holidays are a great opportunity to get together with friends and family and make memories. We believe that our products add to the experience."

This season alone, the company is partnering with Paramount to create sweaters from the upcoming movie Office Christmas Party. You'll soon be able to have a Tipsy Elves sweater delivered directly to your door thanks to Uber. And yes, the fun can continue all year long with beach wear, patriotic gear and Halloween costumes.

Happy holidays and get shopping little elves. 

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