Christmas is right around the corner! The holidays are here, with people blasting carols from their cars and giant plastic snowmen waving from the lawns as you pass. There are those festive types of people who walk around in Santa hats and still others who don the most horrendous atrocities fashion has ever seen with the biggest grins on their faces. Despite the grumbling some do that Christmas is being celebrated too early on, most individuals can’t help but feel a budding sense of cheer from the beauty of the holiday season. Soon, that sensation will be overwhelming, and you will feel the need to do something about it. Beyond just decorating the tree or putting up lights, there are so many wonderful activities to participate in this holiday season. The best one of all is the National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day, which takes place on the 16th of December this year. It always falls on the third Friday of December, and it is your chance to show off your Christmas cheer.
What Do People Do on This Festive Day?
Glad you asked! National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is the one day of the year where everyone from all over comes together to show their support and appreciation for the tradition of Christmas. Whether the people nearest to you decide to throw a party or your town hosts a Christmas parade, there is always something to do that can be made better by the Ugly Christmas Sweater attire, especially with the clever options at Designs By Chibi. The main purpose of the day is to give everyone the opportunity to liven up and enjoy the festivities, but several companies promote contests and encourage people to send them pictures of their ugliest sweater. More importantly, the event has raised a great deal of money for charity. In 2014, the Save the Children foundation was the focal point. Each year charities are able to provide for the less fortunate with profits raised through this event.
How Does One Participate?
Believe it or not, participating is as easy as donning your great-grandmother’s hand-knitted hideous Christmas sweater and not taking it off until you go to bed that night. By sharing images of you and your friends all dolled up in your worst sweaters, whether they actually are your ancient relatives’ or you just got them from Designs By Chibi, you can promote the event and support the charity. The holidays are a time for giving, and the easiest way this year is to wear a sweater in support of the Save the Children foundation.
Do you not have your sweater yet? Don’t worry! There is still time. Try www.designsbychibi.com for some truly festive Ugly Christmas Sweaters.