It’s a tradition that Michael Scott would love to bring into the Dunder Mifflin office. Ugly nerdy Christmas sweaters have been around for quite some time now, and it was only a matter of time before the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company tried to jump on the trend to boost morale. With this hideously attractive blue and white Dunder Mifflin Christmas sweater, you can take home the grand prize.
What is the prize, you ask?
Paper, of course. Or a stapler. Or some other office supply. Just don’t tell Dwight that you won. He’s likely to cause a ruckus and claim that the competition was rigged. The truth, though? There is no beating a Dunder Mifflin Paper Company ugly Christmas sweater. No matter where the ugly Christmas contest is being held.
Made of 60% cotton and 40% acrylic, the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company Christmas sweater features aspects of The Office, including paper clips patterned along with small snowflakes. Wrapped around both sleeves near the cuff is The Office and two office workers take up the upper portion of the sleeve.
Patterned snowflakes and jagged lines complete this design while dark cuffs and a solid neckline give it an air of sophistication. Well, maybe that’s a strong word. It just looks really good, that much we can say in confidence.
There is no denying that this is an ugly sweater. That’s the whole point of it. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be proud to sport it, especially if you’re excited to don the Dunder Mifflin name. Knit right across the chest, in a bold white font, is “Dunder Mifflin.” There is no mistaking your fandom of The Office with this comfortable Christmas sweater.