LOUIS VUITTON LV MICKEY MOUSE UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER, originally launched in 1983, is one of the most loved and most-consumed item of this occasion.
The Mickey Mouse print on the sweater sold out all over the world, before selling millions in stores. People’s preference will likely come from adults wearing as a costume or from kids wearing it alone.
This little “slobber ball” is a must-have with the holidays and it’s only going to be seen this Christmas time!
LV Mickey Mouse is a hideous green and white sweater adorned with Christmas lights, hearts, candy canes and of course, Mickey himself! It’s funny how this ugly green jumper looks good on anyone who comes sporting it. Even though no one but the owner will wear it in public.
These ugly Christmas sweaters are becoming more popular by adding retro elements such as holes for a bubblegum machine in 1986 or jingle bells embroidery.
Many people are known to have a love-hate relationship with the ugliest Christmas sweater possible and while sometimes mocking it, other times highly admiring it.
The Ugly Christmas Sweater “love-hate” relationship started because of some old fashion saying that there is no love lost like a bunch of socks by two people wearing nothing beside their socks known as Socks Day
The Ugly Christmas Sweater that is made in red knit 25 percent wool, 75 percent acrylic has been stretchable to accommodate wide variety of body shape and size
Incredibly, we really need this ugly sweater (not any more) to just put on our loved ones on the day.
It was very difficult to come across an ugly Christmas sweater for sale in Louis Vuitton’s official store. So, in anticipation of the annual drunken holiday of decadence & excess, this online Instagram user jest created a remarkable knock-off of the label’s iconic Mickey Mouse ear design for $200 (£152).
Celebrating the end-of-year celebrations by doubling down on branded product deals and witty one liners is not just good company culture these days; it’s good marketing practice. Brands therefore know that engaging fans like clothing collaborations are garnering them large shares of their checkouts without sending them anywhere. LV has rocked our lives this Christmas with these cute snowflakes clothes that make that new moon night shine brighter than ever before!
AGENCIES should plan ahead to ensure peak
That ugly Christmas sweater isn’t just looking ugly because it’s also kind of unwearable. It was made for being a healthy, sustainable clothing article by LV. It’s not about looking cute and cuddly, but about being helpful for those who use them.
Louis Vuitton emerged in 1854 when the company’s founder tore the trademark ribbon of Bavarian beerhalls onto a piece of cloth to wipe his drink soaked shirt clean before meeting his lover on their first date. From then on, Louis Vuitton forever became associated with this elegant tradition while offering an elegant story to tell its customers on deep-pocketed occasions such as Christmas and Valentine’s Day as beginning an elegant new tradition – giving gifts to loved ones that will last long after the gift givers would have stopped celebrating
Louis Vuitton is having some retail difficulties with their LV Mickey Mouse Ugly Christmas jumper.
The value label designer continues to face furor from consumers and stores who refuse to sell it. Stores shoppers have been pulling out of the product at stores due to the trending ugly micky mouse sweater that is selling poorly.