You Can Buy The Most Badass 3-Piece Christmas Suits In Canada For $129 Right Now
Ugly Christmas sweaters are so passé. 🎄
Canadians have a classier way to celebrate the holidays this year. Rather than your typical Christmas pyjamas, goofy slogan t-shirt or ugly sweater look — what if you rolled up to Christmas dinner looking like a million dollars? Right now, The Bay is selling 3-piece Christmas suits that will make you look like you're representing Santa Clause in court.
Opposuits makes ridiculously colourful and fun suits for all occasions, but their holiday collection is amazing.
This is the kind of suit that you wear to hit your office holiday party if you want to turn heads.
The Bay is selling a few of the more colourful Christmas options that you can get online right now including looks like Nordic-styles and all-over tartan prints.
There's even a cheeky blazer that has a few tiny holiday decals all over it if you want to be festive but not loud.
If you're not getting this suit for yourself this season, then you should put it on your Christmas wishlist.
Our wishlist right now is huge and it includes a giant Christmas stocking that's actually a.
Don't just hand out a bunch ofthis season, why not gift the magic of the loudest and most hardcore Christmas suit ever to a friend instead?
Considering how much we spend during the holidays, at just $129 this suit is fairly affordable.
You could even buy a bright red suit and it will do double duty on both Christmas and on Valentine's Day.
If you're the kind of person who loves thoseand likes to dress up, then you're going to love these bold Christmas outfits.
If you want to keep it more low-key but still totally festive, their tartan suits are the answer.
They're a great way to look like a Christmas present but they could still conceivably fit into your wardrobe for other events, too.
Price: from $129.99
Why You Need It: Get a fresh new look for the holidays with a fly 3-piece suit for only $129.
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