Walmart Canada Is Having A Huge "Ugly Christmas Sweater" Sale

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Walmart Canada Is Having A Huge "Ugly Christmas Sweater" Sale

Christmas clothing has always been a "thing," but now, it seems like holiday-themed apparel is making a serious comeback. Because you can't claim to be a true lover of Christmas if you don't own and proudly wear a Christmas-themed sweater, right?

Your office is probably having an "ugly Christmas sweater" party this year. Or maybe your friends are even throwing a holiday party and the invitation reads "wear your ugliest holiday sweater." Regardless, this trend isn't stopping anytime soon, so it's wise to keep at least one holiday sweater in your closet in case of a sartorial holiday party emergency.

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TL;DR WALMART Canada is currently have a huge online sale on all their "ugly Christmas sweaters." You can pick up some of their most popular models for women, men, and kids for as little as $6 a sweater.

If you're not sure where to start shopping for a ugly Christmas sweater, WALMART Canada's got your back.

WALMART's clothing section features a wide-range of holiday-themed sweaters — which they themselves call "ugly" sweaters — that range form ugly, to uglier, to ugliest. In other words, they are all perfectly tacky. 

They have sweaters for the whole family, even for babies! Here are a couple favourites. 

Via walmart

Via walmart

This one is for all the hardcore Christmas fanatics in your life.

In the WALMART spirit, the prices are also gloriously low, ranging from as little as $6 to $16. At these prices, you can even afford to pick up one for your BFF or significant other and wear matching ugly Christmas sweates this holiday season. There's enough tackiness to go around!

Shop all 'ugly Christmas sweaters' on WALMART Canada HERE!

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