Move Over Ugly Christmas Sweaters! Ugly Halloween Sweaters Are a Thing Now

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How much do you love a good ugly sweater party? Do you spend hours searching for the tackiest Christmas or Hanukkah sweater when the holidays roll around? The more sequined Santa Clauses and dreidel puns the better, right?

Ironically enough, tacky holiday sweaters have become such a popular trend in recent years. While technically “ugly,” it’s super fun to don these to holiday parties and embrace the joy of the season. But ever wonder why it’s something that only comes around in December? There are other fun holidays too!

Well, not for long. Introducing a new ghoul—we mean cool—line from HalloweenCostumes.com. The website just recently launched their exclusive “ugly” Halloween sweaters for this upcoming season. No, we promise this isn’t a trick; just a treat!

There are seven different sweaters available, with designs ranging from silly-looking happy pumpkins to dead dancing skeletons. More of a Dracula person? There’s one with a creepy looking vampire on the front. Into skulls? Check out the one that features skeleton ribs.

The Halloween sweaters all have designs on both the front and the back and are all made of 100 percent acrylic. Prices are even totally reasonable too, ranging from $29.99-$44.99 and are available in sizes for children through adult.

These sweaters are truly the best thing to come since, well, since ugly Christmas sweaters! For example, if you’re at a total loss for a costume this year, boom: try one of these awesome hideous sweaters. If you’re taking your child trick-or-treating this year and don’t want to freeze? An ugly Halloween sweater. Need to dress up at work but don’t have time to come up with a creative costume from scratch (or just don’t think those bunny ears are office-appropriate)? Sweater it up!

Check out all the designs and purchase your own here. We think it’s about time Halloween got the sweater love it deserved! Are you an ugly sweater fan? What do you think of these new tacky Halloween sweaters? Which one could you see yourself wearing this holiday season?