It was kind of a ‘taking matters into our own hands’ sort of thing. The next thought that came to us was how do we set ourselves apart from other ugly sweater brands- and that’s when the idea of the partnership came about.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 20, 2017
What began as an idea after failed attempts to find ugly Christmas sweaters for an office party in December 2016, has now come to life this holiday as Get Ugly Sweaters.
“Everyone was complaining about how most of the sweaters they saw while shopping weren’t ‘ugly’ or funny enough.” said Joan Diaz, founding team member of Get Ugly Sweaters.
Their frustrations drove them to create a new online business to solve this dilemma. This Boston company offers a range of exclusively designed ugly Christmas sweaters ranging from simple patterns to memorable television and movie quotes, giving shoppers the ability to choose styles and humor to match their personalities.
“It was kind of a ‘taking matters into our own hands’ sort of thing,” said Diaz. “The next thought that came to us was how do we set ourselves apart from other ugly sweater brands- and that’s when the idea of the partnership came about.”
Get Ugly Sweaters is working hand in hand with Project Bread - a Massachusetts based anti-hunger non-profit organization. The organization aims to address the issue of hunger, taking various sustainable measures to achieve their goal in making sure no one is left starving.
Along with its unique charity aspect, Get Ugly Sweaters boasts of its uniqueness. The sweater designs are conceptualized and created in house, and sold in limited batches to ensure a one-of-a-kind experience.
Get Ugly Sweaters is a Boston-based clothing line for those people who want to make a statement wherever they go. It was born from the idea that people are born innately creative and with a sense of humor. Get Ugly Sweaters strives to be the life of the party, whether at your office Christmas party or on college campuses. Furthermore, Get Ugly Sweaters is dedicated to helping end hunger by feeding 14 people in need with the purchase of every sweater. To learn more about the brand, shop their styles, or to hear more about their partnership with Project Bread, please visit their website at https://getuglysweaters.com.