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A woman has an eShop selling ugly and hideous Christmas sweaters. A new trend involving less-than-fashionable Christmas sweaters ...
is gripping the nation.
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A woman has an eShop selling ugly and hideous Christmas sweaters. A new trend involving less-than-fashionable Christmas sweaters is gripping the nation.You may be seeing those on your friendly neighbors soon as a woman named Nancy in Washington State has dedicated herself to this trend.She has launched a website, appropriately named notyouraveragesweater.con. It notes - “The Not Your Average Sweater eShop is a great source for ugly Christmas sweaters that are definitely NOT run of the mill and can serve as the crowning touch for your ugly Christmas sweater party attire. “One noteworthy find is a grey and brown sweater showcasing a massive, plush reindeer stocking front and center. Then there’s a button top in vibrant red housing a large winter corsage of pine cones on the right side. Nancy notes “They range anywhere from unique and charming, to tacky, loud and hideously ugly”. She also donates $1 per sweater sale to Heifer International which is a non-profit organization helping to end poverty and hunger. What do you think? Are you game for a notyouraveragesweater?