Anchors don ugly Christmas sweaters: Whose was the worst?
It's officially Holiday Week! As we countdown the mad rush to 2012, we're anticipating celebrations galore—from cocktail soirees to family gatherings—that don't necessarily require but would certainly benefit from festive attire.
Looking to put the fun back in that office Christmas party? Why not show up sporting one of these hip, humorous, novelty Holiday Sweaters from ultra-cool seasonal shop Tipsy Elves.
I actually cannot get over how unique this brand is. It's great they donate a sweater to a child in need for every sweater purchased. How terrific is the name Tipsy Elves?!
Who ever said Father Christmas was white? This hilarious sweater, designed by Tipsy Elves, features the face of a black Santa followed by "believe".
This is not your typical Christmas store. In fact, at Tipsy Elves, they strive to be different. Each of the sweaters (or "ugly Christmas sweaters") are designed from the bottom up, mixing traditional styles with modern trends.
Tipsy Elves is not the typical online Christmas store. With twelve new Christmas sweater designs and a unique line of accessories in its 2011 collection, Tipsy Elves is the leader in ugly Christmas sweaters and accessories.
Tipsy Elves, the Christmas sweater specialty store started by long time college friends Evan Mendelsohn and Nicklaus Morton, has been keeping its elves busy this off-season.
Tipsy Elves, the brainchild of Evan Mendelsohn and Nicklaus Morton, college buddies from San Diego, is set to roll out two lines of "ugly Christmas sweaters" for the 2011 holiday season.
An exciting cultural movement is moving out from behind closed doors, challenging the notion of "cool", redefining street attitude, and transgressing the age barrier. A little left of center, even in a world defined by "Occupy Wall St", the Tipsy Elves have started courting your grandma, and this is one badass love affair you're going to be inspired by.
To the winner go the Christmas Snuggies: Zach "Hula" Hartley and Asher Nolan from Team Hurley. Mark Pontius from Foster the People and Chris Clark from Shaper's Studios surfing on behalf of Liquid Tribe won Best Dressed.
Team Liquid Tribe (Aguerre Bros) contestants, Chris Clark from Shaper Studios and Mark Pontius from Foster The People, were awarded the Best Dressed team as they surfed in the contest while wearing Christmas onesies purchased on the Surf Expo show floor.
The Stokes Me Surf Contest winners with the Best Dressed winners at Surf Expo’s Industry Party at Typhoon Lagoon.