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Ugly Sweaters and Fancy Socks: Deck the Halls in Christmas Socks

The Ugly Christmas Sweater has become a favorite part of the holiday season. They’re cheesy, they’re silly, they’re light-up, and they’re not frilly! Not to mention, they pair perfectly with Socksmith’s Christmas socks. Here’s a guide for hosting the ultimate Ugly Christmas Sweater party—fancy socks optional!

Stock Up on Snacks (And Christmas Socks)

The flavors of the holiday season are so delicious, it’ll be hard to narrow down your menu! Think spiced nut mixes, gingerbread men (or Gingerdead Men!), peppermint flavored anything, or maybe even some sock-shaped sugar cookies decorated like your favorite Christmas socks or ugly sweater! Be bold!

Make the Ultimate Holiday Playlist to Dance in your Christmas Socks

Sure, Bing Crosby knows how to croon about a White Christmas. But there are so many fun holiday songs that we haven’t heard a thousand times already! Check out your favorite artists and explore their holiday albums. There are so many great holiday songs to which you can slip and slide across the hardwood floor, in the most festive Christmas socks ever! Or, you can have a contest to see who can slide the furthest! (but please be careful!)

Hand Out Awards for Ugliest Sweater (and Coolest Socks)

Have fun with it! Give an award to the guest who came dressed up from head to toe, with a funky hat and Christmas socks. Hand one out for the prettiest sweater, the sweater that’s SO ugly it’s funny, and whatever else you can think of. Have guests nominate people and then let everyone vote. And for prizes… we think nothing beats a pair of Christmas socks! Pick the craziest pair you can find!

Socksmith has plenty of pairs that go with every kind of Christmas attire, from cheesy to classy and everything in between. Pick fancy Christmas socks or Surfing Santa socks. You’ll be guaranteed to encourage each guest to wear their Christmas best!

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