Microsoft Releases a Trio of Nostalgic Ugly Christmas Sweaters

There’s even an MS Paint version.

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Microsoft gets in on the ugly sweater action with a set of nostalgic sweaters. Just in time for Ugly Sweater Day (this year’s Ugly Sweater Day falls on December 18), Microsoft has put out three sweaters themed off of Windows XP, Windows 95 and MS Paint.

Both the Windows sweaters see the classic icon graphics woven with the colors red, green, blue and yellow while the MS Paint version is the busiest of the three with a “Start” logo, a snowflake design, and a number of tool icons from the application across the arms.

Each sweater is on sale on Xbox for a price of $69.99 USD with $20 USD from each sale going to Girls Who Code.

In other fashion news, Mopar celebrates the HEMI engine in ugly sweater form.

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