Doin It For The Ho’s Ice Cube Ugly Holiday Sweatshirt Unisex
National Ugly Holiday Sweater day is December 18th, 2021. This design: Doin’ It For The Ho Ho Ho’s and snarling rapper Ice Cube’s wearing a tiny Christmas hat. Printed on a black, pill-resistant crewneck sweatshirt by Gildan. The person in front of you will be thinking "That sweater is so them" while you cooly sip your spiked eggnog. Mom and Dad will have a good laugh when you arrive home wearing this baby. Your ugly sweater will be the talk of the festivities, and one of the most memorable moments for years to come.
Order early for the holiday season, supplies run out quickly!
Available sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL
Gildan brand crewneck sweatshirt
Not available in stores, hipster classic
50% preshrunk cotton / 50% polyester
1X1 Lycra® spandex ribbed collar, cuffs and waist
Imported, processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Available within the U.S only at this time
Free USPS 1st Class shipping
This item is a print on demand product
Orders are printed within 2-4 business days of purchase
Tracking number provided immediately when printing is complete
Arrives within 7-12 business days of purchase via USPS
In the early 2000s, the first ugly holiday sweater party was held in Vancouver, Canada. All the guests were instructed to wear a hideous sweater, and interest in ugly sweaters was reborn. Today, the party is still an annual hit and the event routinely sells out the Commodore Ballroom. You’ll see these eyesores at the office, out on the street, and especially at holiday parties. This isn’t happening by accident. The fashion-savvy and playful hearted participants in this trend are celebrating National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day. The ugly sweater first became a household meme in the 1980s with The Cosby Show's Bill Huxtable leading the way. Chevy Chase’s character in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation added the holiday twist to this look. These well-known leading actors were playing decidedly unhip characters, who had no fashion sense at all. But for some reason, the idea of wearing awful sweaters as an ironic statement, somehow caught on.
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