Tis the season for wearing ugly sweaters!
Ashburn, VA (PRWEB) December 12, 2014
Hip-hip Hooray. It’s nearly National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day! Each year, on the second Friday in December, ugly sweater aficionados don garments featuring snowmen and nutcrackers, and Santa’s sleigh, too.
“’Tis the season for hot cocoa by the fire; the season for roasting chestnuts; the season for wearing ugly sweaters,” said John Kaplar, Founder and CEO of Festified. “Nothing says Meeeowwy Christmas quite like a cat tangled in lights, and there’s no day quite as festive as National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day at Festified.”
On this National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day — Friday, December 12, 2014 — Festified wants everyone to participate. Shake off the holiday blues, and shake [the wrinkles] out of that Holiday reindeer pullover sweater. Men and women, boys and girls, even cats and dogs can celebrate the season’s premier holiday in style:
- Men’s Lazy Santa Sweater with Phone Pouch
- Women’s Santa Suit Sweater Dress with Faux Cleavage
- Children’s Reindeer Games Sweater
- Men’s Nutcracker Sweater
- Rooftop Santa Dog Sweater
- Sleigh & Reindeer Cat Sweater
Learn more at http://www.festified.com.
About National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day
National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is a day of light hearted fun and a day to be yourself and not that buttoned up corporate version of yourself you have grown to despise. Most importantly, National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is a day to make the holidays fun...the way they were intended to be. So this National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day: Leave the school uniform at home, keep the preppy office blouse in your closet, and whatever you do, don't even think about taking your suit to work. All you need to wear is your ugly Christmas sweater, because this is your day.
Festified, formerly named 'Skedouche,' was founded by John Kaplar in 2009 after many disappointing Christmases where, since all the major retailers failed to carry “festive” sweaters for men, he was forced to wear ill-fitting ladies sweaters. John designed the first tacky sweater collection that summer and built the company from the ground up. The website opened in November 2009 with an overwhelming response from customers and the media. Since then, Festified has grown considerably, and sell thousands of products every year. The retailer is committed to providing excellent customer service, as well as a high quality and enjoyable products.