Nightmare Before Christmas Ugly Halloween Sweater

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Some say you can hear the Pumpkin King’s howls echoing in the night. He stands atop his hill, calling out to the nothingness for answers about the mysterious white substance falling from the sky. In fact, the denizens of Halloween Town would say this ugly Halloween sweater perfectly captures Jack Skellington as he bellows into the air, crying: “What’s this?!”

This officially licensed The Nightmare Before Christmas: ‘What’s This?” Knitted Christmas Sweater is detailed with elements from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. As Jack seeks out his true calling beyond being the most frightening part of Halloween, he happens upon a mysterious world. From its pitch-black sky falls the snowflakes knitted into this holiday sweater.

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Combining the best of Halloween Town and Christmas Town, the “What’s This?” sweater features orange pumpkins, a pattern of Jack’s skeleton head, and purple bats and spiders. Even Jack’s trusty spectral canine, Zero, has joined him in this knitted design. Elements of Christmas are sprinkled in as a pattern of snowflakes that help complete the intricate graphic.

Snuggle up in front of a fire, pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa, and slip into this ugly Christmas sweater or be the rebel that stands on the grounds that A Nightmare Before Christmas is a Halloween movie and wear it while giving out candy to trick ‘r treaters. No matter the season, it’s sure to take top prize at an ugly sweater party.

The sweater features knit-in graphics that stand up to wear and tear and won’t fade in the wash. Ribbed cuffs at the waist, neck, and wrist keep you encased in the soft acrylic material. It’s the kind of cozy sweater you’d wear when the weather starts to turn, the trees are all bare, and you find yourself twirling beneath sprinklings of snow asking, “What’s this?”


 
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