Ugly Christmas sweaters.
It’s so wrong, it’s hot.
With ads all over Craigslist for horrid sweater parties, it seems like everybody’s doing it this year.
There are four days until Christmas. Get out there and show some holiday spirit by donning gay apparel.
Here are five types of sweaters to snatch up.
1 Old school sweater
Savers, 695 S. Broadway St., Boulder
Go vintage with the old-school, ’70s- ’80s style sweaters. Savers should have a super selection of awesomely scratchy wool accented pullovers with puffy sleeves and hideous designs.
Info: savers.com, 303-499-6979
2 Bedazzled sweater
Kohl’s, 919 W. Dillon Road, Louisville
Check out the old lady department at Kohl’s — you know, the section with the elastic pants and sweatsuits? Go all out — look for one with glittered trees, sequined snowflakes and jingle bells.
Info: kohls.com, 303-665-2200
3 Sweater vest
JC Penney, 955 S. Hover St., Longmont
There’s nothing like wearing a turtleneck nestled under a vested sweater — and if the vest is decked out in crocheted Christmas lights, even better. Add some flair with one of those jingle bell necklaces over the turtleneck. Damn, you are lookin’ good!
Info: jcpenney.com, 303-85-6068
4 Photo sweatshirt
Walmart, 9499 Sheridan Blvd, Westminster
Get a group of friends and deck yourselves out in Santa hats. Head to Walmart’s Portrait Studio and take a group photo. Have that photo screen printed on red sweatshirts. Seriously. You will be the hit of every party.
Info: walmart.com, 303-427-9157
5 Make your own
Michaels, 4800 Baseline Road, Boulder
Get some puffy paint, festive sequined appliques, beads, ribbon, pipe cleaners, jingle bells, fake snow, what have you. Deck the hell out of a cheap sweatshirt. You are one of the last standing true artists. Man, you make me proud.
Info: michaels.com, 303-494-2008