My husband saw Tipsy Elves on Shark Tank a few years back and loved their Ugly Christmas Sweaters and has talked about getting one every year since and always let time pass and never ordered one in time. If you are not familiar with Tipsy Elves they do offer some hilarious Christmas Sweaters, Jumpsuits, Leggings and more. But they also offer way more than just apparel for Christmas, they also have collections for Halloween, Thanksgiving, St. Patty’s Day plus ski suits, swim, patriotic and bachelorette party products.
Of course since my husband finally got to receive one of these he had to go all out and get the Men’s Ugly Patchwork Cardigan with gold tinsel balls on the buttons and all. This ugly Christmas Sweater features beheaded snowmen, gingerbread cookies with feet or heads missing, it is Christmas gone all wrong. Since it is a Cardigan it is a button-down sweater and the gold tinsel balls hide the buttons so well and as you can see the pattern continues on to the back. This sweater is made from 100% premiere acrylic yarn and double panel construction and reinforced seams mean this sweater is not just a novelty it is durable and heavy and will do a great job of keeping you warm.
Tipsy Elves advertises that their sweaters fit true to size and they offer a sizing chart with measurements. My husband is a big guy and normally wears a XXL and has plenty of room, but as you can see in the pic this Cardigan does fit him a little snuggly so you will want to make sure you measure and refer to the size chart to make sure you will get the fit you expect.
If you are ready to win that Ugly Christmas Sweater contest at work or lighten up the upcoming holiday party look no further than Tipsy Elves and remember they offer more than just Christmas Sweaters. They are currently running a 40% off sale that ends today, Saturday 12/9/17, use code SWEATER40 at checkout and save big and be sure to show them some love on facebook, twitter, Pinterest and Instagram!
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