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Cute, Creative Costumes for the Ugly Sweater Party and Beyond

Stumped on what to wear to that Christmas-themed party?  Look no further.
Lovely Undergrad has ideas galore!  A brown sweat outfit and brown boots make for a great gingerbread boy costume.  Just ad a brown hat and create some gingerbread icing designs on the sweats using white puffy paint.  Spruce up a green dress with red accessories and Christmasy jewelry for an easy Mrs. Claus ensemble.  Paint a plain old white tee to look like Frosty's face.  Pull on leggings and boots, then top off with a top hat to magically make your snowman costume come to life.  Have fun with a vintage Christmas tee like this Griswold-inspired one.  Pull on sweats and winter booties with a Christmas tree hat for a comedic getup.  A Santa hat nicely tops off this tacky sweater, jeans, and slipper combination. If you love being creative and designing, online classes in design may be of interest to you. 




Belt a simple red dress, add green leggings and an elf hat to dress up as one of Santa's little helpers.  A long white skirt, white poncho, and white boots make for a great snow angel costume---wings optional!  To masquerade as Rudolf, slip into a brown sweater, brown leggings, fleece lined booties, deer antlers, and red nose.  (You'll be joining in on reindeer games in now time!)  This flamingo-flaunting sweater may be the ugliest Christmas sweater of all.  Spice it up with pleather leggings and furry pink booties.  The tackier, the better!  Lastly, a red and white gingham dress and red mary janes are reminiscent of one of the misfit toys---remember that darling little doll?!

Have a holly, jolly Christmas party!




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Anonymous said…
what cute ideas! love love them!

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