The holiday season is back in full swing. So, you know what that means.
'Tis the season to throw on your fugliest Christmas sweater, round up your squad and get more lit than a Christmas tree.
Because let's be real: Everyone knows the best part about the holidays is getting to show off your festive AF #OOTD at an epic ugly sweater party.
If you still haven't found the perfect pullover to wear to this year's party, don't worry.
From naughty cable knits and sweary sweaters to comical pullovers inspired by pop culture, there are all sorts of savage ugly Christmas sweaters out there. They're sure to impress your friends... and make your relatives cringe, of course.
We rounded up a bunch of hilarious ugly Christmas sweaters that are guaranteed to land you a spot on the naughty list this year.
You can opt for a sweater that really puts the "X" in X-Mas.
Find a fugly sweater that makes you high on Christmas spirit.
Suit up in some suggestive snowman sweaters.
Rock an outfit that says you're single and ready to jingle.
Seriously: This low-key slutty Rudolph sweater might just be the breast damn thing that ever happened to Christmas attire.
You can flex an ugly Christmas sweater that's straight fire.
Wear an outfit that makes you want to touch your elf.
Dabb through the snow in a Santa sweater.
Embrace your potty mouth with a sweary nutcracker sweater.
Show off some extra horny reindeer.
Or rock an ugly sweater that makes it rein on them ho ho ho's.
You can't go wrong with a magical sweater that shows the ugliest of them all.
Try a naughty cable knit with some strategically placed mistletoe.
This sweater will make you Belieb in the magic of Christmas.
Or you can try an ugly sweater that honors Harambe.
You can make a merry sweater that proves Santa's pimp hand is strong AF.
Sleigh the ugly sweater game with some Drake-inspired digs.
Make Christmas great again with a tacky Trump sweater.
Ruin Christmas with a GOT ensemble that reminds you to "ho ho hold" the door.
Show off your dad bod in a dirty old St. Nick sweater.
Turn up in some threads that pay tribute to Jesus' birthday.