Where to buy ugly Christmas sweaters in Vancouver

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1. The Ugly Christmas Sweater Stand – Georgia and Granville

Every year, Ned Buckland sets up his stand on the corner of W Georgia and Granville St. to dish out some of the best ugly holiday sweaters the city had to offer. They’re the perfect grab-n-go option when you’re holiday shopping downtown.

2. F as in Frank – 2425 Main Street

F as in Frank is known for their expertly curated selection of vintage clothing. Well, the same goes for their ugly Christmas sweaters. No need to dig through thrift store bins, this Main Street shop has done the hard work for you. All the vintage holiday cheer with the ease of buying new.

3. Hudson’s Bay – Various Locations

Sweaters are cool, but why not class things up with an ugly Christmas suit? Opposuits come in a variety different colours, patterns and fits and are now available at The Bay. If nothing else, they’ll definitely help you stand out at your office’s holiday party. 

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4. Salvation Army – Various Locations

Vintage and thrift stores are the original home of ugly holiday attire. You might have to put in some extra work, but there’s nothing more rewarding than finding that perfect, one-of-kind second hand item. 

5. Bang-On1008 Robson Street

Bang-on has an excellent selection of ugly holiday attire and you can also create a custom t-shirt or sweatshirt with one of their holiday themed prints.

6. Funky Tails

Holiday sweaters for you and your dog! If you want to take it up a notch from there, you can even purchase matching designs. Why not get one for the whole family? You can order Funky Tails sweaters online or purchase them in-person at one of their retail locations.

7. Value Village – Various Locations

Search for your new ugly holiday sweater and grab some gently used decorations while you’re there. If you’re looking for something unique or simply love getting a good deal, Value Village is the place to be.

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