‘Tis the season to wear an ugly Christmas sweater! One of the most popular holiday-themed festivities in recent years has been the “ugly sweater party”—and although parties this year may be scaled back, the sweater options are still on point. But while you’re shopping for your festive conversation starter, be sure to leave anything with wool on the rack—because there’s nothing jolly about sensitive sheep being punched, kicked, beaten, or shorn bloody. To help, we’ve come up with the following list of some perfectly ugly vegan options for you:
This ugly Christmas sweater is wool-free, lights up, and features an adorable cat on its front—it’s a must-have for cat guardians who want to get lit this holiday season.
Be the highlight of Hanukkah with this acrylic sweater decorated with a menorah that actually lights up.
Capture the holiday spirit and promote plant-based eating in a vegan-themed ugly Christmas sweater shirt. It comes in multiple color options as well as men’s, women’s, and youth sizes and styles.
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More cats! This time, accompanied by menorahs and dreidels. Celebrate Hanukkah in this cotton-polyester top.
Do you love the holidays and your animal companion? Then you’re in luck—your Santa hat–adorned animal friend can be front and center this season, just like this sweet pup:
Fool other partygoers into thinking that you’re as hot and itchy as they are with this sweater.
This 100% cotton sweatshirt is perfect for those who understand that llamas (and their camelid family members alpacas) are cool but that using them or their fleece is not.
If you’re looking for something to wear that’s tacky but a little more dapper, check out this suit that’s made from 100% polyester.
The holiday season offers loads of unique opportunities to make a difference for animals. In addition to helping you sport a wool-free ensemble, we’ve curated a list of 12 other ways to help animals. Check it out and get going:
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