National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is an annual observance that falls on December 18 of this year. Come on folks; it’s time to wear your ugly Christmas Sweater. Never get worried or ashamed about how you look with the Christmas Sweater. Excuse yourself from the corporate look to enjoy the unfashioned look of yours under a woolly suit. Get out of your embarrassment or shyness and let out yourself to make the celebration filled with fun and joy. Search on your wardrobe for the colourful, bright Christmas sweater, wear it and showcase your look. National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day encourages you to put on your Christmas Sweater.
“I like sweaters. I have a sweater obsession, I guess.” – Drake
History of National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day
The National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day has been celebrated since 2011. It is celebrated on the third Friday of every December since 2015. Earlier, the Day was feasted on the second Friday of December. It is anonymous who had started the fun celebration Day, but we could think that a group of aficionados who are crazy about Ugly Christmas Sweater has created the Day. The day encourages you to get out of both the formal and informal clothes and lets you look a little unfashionable with the knitted sweaters. It is a Day to embrace the light-hearted fun festive celebration of the ugly Christmas sweater. Make your fashion shine with a seasonal knitted sweater embellished with Rudolph’s face, Christmas puddings, Frosty the Snowman, or a spirited Christmas phrase. The celebration of Ugly Christmas Sweater Day has partnered with Save the Children as a fundraising event. It has been celebrated as an important event that helps in raising charity funds for organizations that are helping children globally.
Other Celebrations on December 18
December 18 is also celebrated as
- International Migrants Day
- National Bake Cookies Day
- UN Arabic Language Day
- National Roast Suckling Pig Day
- National Underdog Day
How to Celebrate the Day
Let yourself get out of ordinary clothes and put on your ugly Christmas sweater from your wardrobe. You are not the one person to wear the sweater. So grab your favourite kind of ugly Christmas sweater which your grandma has knitted years ago for you. You can even participate in fundraising events to help the children who are in need of money. Share your celebrations on social media using the hashtag #UglyChristmasSweaterDay.
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