It’s that time of year again — when it’s perfectly acceptable to wear an ugly holiday sweater and no one will judge you. Whether you have a Friendsgiving party coming up or a holiday party on the books, consider swapping your plain old turtleneck for one that is both cozy and guaranteed to make you (and your friends) laugh.For Thanksgiving, consider getting the “Let’s Get Basted” sweatshirt or a cozy “Gobble Til You Wobble” one to change into after stuffing your belly full of turkey and pie. For Christmas, Santa Claus gets the yogi treatment in this cute “Namasleigh” sweater. Plus, everyone’s favorite one-liner from Home Alone withstands the test of time in this “Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Animal” jumper. But my personal favorite is one without a slogan at all: It’s a blown up image of Carlton Banks’s face from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air wearing a Santa hat surrounded by presents. It’s the holiday sweater you never knew you needed.Ahead, shop 19 of the funniest knits and tees to instantly put you in the holiday spirit. The editors at Yahoo Lifestyle are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle:• The ultimate ankle boots shopping guide: Shop 32 boots all under $250 • Shop Wayfair’s pre-Black Friday sale: The top 17 picks for your home • QVC just released early Black Friday deals and these are the best ones Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
If we ever got to walk the red carpet at the Oscars, we can imagine it’d be hard to strike a balance between elegant and a bit dull, or striking and garish.But through the years, celebrities and their stylists weren’t thinking about these things at all, and instead defied both the rules of fashion and, seemingly, gravity.Here are some of the worst Oscar dresses ever to have graced the red carpet. Brace yourself.
We typically scoff at beautiful actresses who claim they have a hard time scoring roles because they’re “too attractive” (Hi, Charlize!). But a study shows that the situation isn’t so different in the retail industry, either. A new report claims that employing extremely attractive floor people can be detrimental to business.
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