Have you seen anything looking more stupid and awkward than a grown up man wearing a weird sweater which he received as a Christmas gift? However, there is an ongoing trend which turns into a fashion for wearing the ugliest sweater at the Christmas party.
You haven’t heard of that? Well, celebrities definitely have heard of the new trend and many of them embrace the idea to demonstrate an excellent sense of humor (or a complete lack of taste, if you prefer). We will show you 40 ugly Christmas sweater ideas and how famous people look in these funny sweaters.
Ugly Christmas sweater ideas – how celebrities wear them?
A cultural phenomenon or a major misunderstanding? Ugly Christmas sweater ideas have been gaining popularity and can be seen in movies, TV shows and even on celebrities walking on the street. There are people who characterize the ugly Christmas sweater trend with the phrase – “It’s so bad that is already good.”
After you have seen the most legendary sweater of Mr. Darcy of “Bridget Jones’s Diary, you will understand how ugly Christmas sweaters phenomenon fits into the phrase above. The hideous reindeer sweater of the modern Mr. Darcy is followed by yet another one – with a snowman wearing a scarf.
Matt Damon is enjoying himself in a colorful Christmas sweater, Matthew Broderick and Kristin Davis happily pose wearing Rudolf the reindeer models and Andy Richter, Mike Tyson, Conan O’Brien and Max Weinberg are having a good laugh in bright red sweaters with snowflake motifs and Santa Claus decorations.
Miley Cyrus is joining the celebrity group in a long red sweater with a fireplace and Eric Stonestreet’s Christmas sweater is complemented by the funniest cuffs.
Ugly Christmas sweater ideas – sweater parties for a good laugh
It is a fact that neither celebrities nor Colin Firth as Mark Darcy are the cause of the current obsession with the ugly Christmas sweaters. The last few years show a steady trend in ugly Christmas sweater ideas and on one hand people “hate” and call them ugly, but on the other – everyone just loves to wear them for the holidays, and especially to be photographed in them.
Initially, the ugly, but funny sweaters were associated with schoolchildren and students, but now you can see them on office executives, teachers or bankers. Many people begin to hunt for Christmas sweaters with lurid patterns of snowflakes or reindeer in advance. Special theme parties are organized and the highlight of the party is a competition for the most-most horrible sweater. However surprising this may sound, many shops offer special “Christmas Shopping ugly sweaters”, where you can pick up something “terrible.”
No matter whether you love or hate the ugly Christmas sweaters, you have to realize that the main point is to relax and have fun, to leave the mask and your office position or social status and just have fun. If a hilarious Christmas sweater will add to your good mood and will make you smile – just go for it!