Ugly sweater shops open at metro Detroit malls just in time for Black Friday

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'Tis the season—ugly sweater season, that is— and two metro Detroit malls have opened up ugly sweater kiosks, just in time for the Black Friday rush.

UglyChristmasSweater.com has established seasonal residence at Great Lakes Crossing in Auburn Hills and at Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi, so folks looking to snag the latest ugly sweater fads shan't have far to go. 



With over 50 styles, plus a line of holiday-inspired leggings, shoppers can literally outfit their whole family in hideous holiday ware at these one stop shops— hooray!

Via UglyChristmasSweater.com: 



Here at UglyChristmasSweater.com, we truly believe that beauty is in the eye of the beer holder, or the very least, the beholder (admittedly, some of these ugly sweaters actually have aesthetic appeal to those with beer goggles). With these sweaters, that beauty is expressed through the the sheer joy and laughter these Christmas sweaters inspire. 

There you have it. The kiosks are open now.

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