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The holidays are almost here, so it’s time to wear your heart on your sleeve…and your front and your back. This is one of the few times of the year you’re welcome--nay, encouraged!--to dress the way your soul feels the other 364 days. That’s right: it’s Ugly Christmas Sweater season.

You’re gonna be a real (burrrp) hit at the party if you show up in this sweet Rick and Morty sweater. We hear it pairs well with human music.

Winter is here! Bundle up and show off at the same time with a Let It (Jon) Snow fall fashion choice worthy of being kept alive in any George R.R. Martin universe. Plus, it’s a great conversation starter about which king or queen can get the next book released--THAT’S who we’ll bend the knee to, Daenerys.

What’s that? Sleigh bells ringing? Nope. It’s that darn cat again, spreading fake fur and tinsel everywhere it goes. Just kitten. With this interactive jingle bells sweater, you’ll be at the top of everyone’s Nice List this year.

“I love to hit people with Christmas joy.” – Mike Tyson, probably This Mike Tyson sweater might be tough on the outside but it’s soft on the inside. Herald in the holidays with Iron Mike, the King of the Ring and the Master of Mistletoe. (Now kith.)

For all our friends who celebrate with eight days of presents (which we were jealous of as kids and still are as adults), here’s your spirit animal guide to an excellent holiday. So much funukah to celebrate Llamakah!

Have a holly, Jawlly Christmas ! This Spielberg-inspired sweater will have you looking sharper than that bad boy’s teeth. Once you slip into this classic ensemble, you’ll never want to go in the water again. (Cotton is not good for buoyancy. Please do not attempt.)

Cat Tax. Just because you’re bah-humbugging it doesn’t mean you’re slumming it. If the holidays aren’t your jam, this Grumpy Cat crowd-pleaser says it all with just one look. Sweater up now and get any of our Deals for 3 French hens, 2 turtle doves, and a partridge in a pear tree.


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