This is me in my pastel color turtleneck sweater that I’ve had for almost a decade. It’s not necessarily an Easter sweater nor is it ugly. But for a post like this, it’ll do. I’ve also did a pair of rabbit ears for good measure.
Since Easter is widely considered a spring holiday, it’s normally not associated with sweaters. But since Easter falls in early spring like in March and April, sometimes the weather could be rainy, cold, or erratic. And it’s not unheard of in my area to snow on the holiday which I have personally seen at least once. Yet, weather conditions aside, it appears that the lure of the ugly sweater is so great that they just have to have them for Easter as I’ve searched the depths of Google Images and Pinterest for them. And they are as charmingly ghastly as you’d expect with bunnies, eggs, chicks, and other motifs for your heart’s content. Not to mention, they’re in the pastel spring colors associated with the holiday, too. Some of them I’m wearing in the picture you see above if you get my drift. If you were a kid, you’d probably have seen them on your elementary school teacher. So for your reading pleasure, I bring you a treasure trove of some of the tackiest Easter sweaters around.
- Remember flowers must always be in their boxes at all times.
Hate to say this, but the cardigan would looked much better if the flowers weren’t boxed in. Then again, ugliness is kind of the point.
2. On Easter, periwinkle always makes a bold fashion statement.
And this has bunnies at the crease as well as chicks with feathers on them. And some that don’t.
3. Nothing makes a better Easter motif than a bunny carrying an Easter egg.
For some reason, that bunny looks a little sad as if Easter is a day of dread. Still, I think the egg is pretty.
4. Nothing is cuter on Easter than a sweater vest of bunnies in boxes.
And it’s black so the bunnies stand out. The boxes also contain carrots and eggs for added tackiness.
5. Nothing makes a better Easter sweater than a cardigan of different colored bunnies.
Each row of bunnies is of a different color. But not all are facing the same way. Also, not sure about the light green sleeves.
6. Those who might think ugly Easter sweaters are too girly, might be fine with this bunny one.
This one is black with blue trim and a row of bunnies. Then again, Easter has never really been a manly holiday to celebrate anyway.
7. Those who love lambs and daffodils, have I got an Easter sweater for you.
This one is in the same style as some ugly Christmas sweaters you see. But this one has a more spring theme.
8. On any Easter sweater, you can’t have enough eggs, flowers, or bunnies.
This light blue one uses some degree of sequins to stand out. Also has short sleeves which is odd for a sweater. Then again, Easter takes place in spring.
9. You can always tell it’s an Easter sweater if it has bunnies on it.
Not sure of what to think about this sweater. The bunnies don’t seem to look happy. But it’s certainly tacky that I’ll give it a space on this post.
10. Looks like these rabbits love to munch on the garden veggies in this patch.
Sure this might make a great scene for an Easter sweater. However, it’s something you really don’t want to see in real life. Trust me.
11. Of course, in mild weather you can always go with an Easter vest like this.
This one consists of a bunny in basket, Easter eggs, flowers, and other things. Nevertheless, it’s incredibly tacky.
12. Sure it may seem like an ugly sweater, but check for chickens and bunnies to see if it’s for Easter.
This one has 2 rows of chickens and one row of bunnies. And the bunnies are all facing with their cotton tails.
13. Of course, there are some people who might prefer geese.
This one has geese in the top right corner. Yet, it’s trimmed with blue gingham and pink roses. Definitely suited for a teacher.
14. To make the bunnies and eggs stand out, go with navy blue.
Yes, I know a lot of these contain Easter eggs and bunnies. But that’s what you’d have to expect sometimes.
15. On an Easter sweater like this, each item belongs in their respective columns.
This one has 2 columns with chicks and eggs as well as 2 with bunnies and carrots. But somehow this sweater is cute and tacky at the same time.
16. If you love funky colored animals, this is the Easter sweater for you.
I guess the chicks are silver, the bunnies are purple, the pigs are yellow, and the lambs are pink. Still, not sure if it’s the kind of ugly Easter sweater I’d wear.
17. Seems like this rabbit is taking a walk with his dog on a lit street.
Of course, normally dogs are bigger than rabbits and tend to eat them. And believe me, I’ve seen this happen.
18. Sometimes on Easter, you have to stand out with some bright colors.
Yes, I know that a lot of Easter stuff tends to have pastel colors on them. This sweater tends to be an exception as you see. But still kind of an eyesore.
19. For a fuzzy cotton tail, may I suggest white feathers?
Not sure if feathers is appropriate for a bunny’s cotton tail. But it sure makes this sweater look rather horrific.
20. For a simple design, why not go for a bunny with bows?
Sure those may not look like bows. But I’m sure this sweater is bound to be Easter appropriate in its own way.
21. On Easter, remember how much bunnies love flowers.
This one seems to depict fuzzy bunnies holding flowers. Some side by side.
22. For Easter colors, you can’t go wrong with light blue and pink.
You can barely see the pink in this turtleneck. But the row of bunnies certainly stand out.
23. An Easter sweater can always use a few bunnies and fringe.
This cardigan just has 3 fuzzy bunnies and white fringe. Yet, these bunnies are adorable.
24. As we all know, bunnies look better with bows.
Well, bunny heads anyway. Still, think the carrot buttons are rather appropriate for this one.
25. If you want to bring the spirit of Easter, go with lavender.
This one has eggs and flowers on top and bunnies on the bottom. And a bunch of holes in between.
26. If you’re not a fan of bunnies, perhaps go with chicks.
This bright pink one has chicks and snowflakes on it. Not sure about the inclusion of snowflakes.
27. On an Easter sweater like this, the bunnies come out of eggs.
Yes, that might look cute. But that’s totally wrong as far as biologists are concerned.
28. Not a fan of pink? Go with green.
Not sure if green is a great color. But you have to like the Easter eggs on this.
29. Never have I seen an Easter sweater with so many baskets.
From all the sweaters I’ve put on this post so far, this first one that doesn’t have a single animal in sight. Just baskets, eggs, and flowers.
30. Like bunnies but not carrots or eggs? How about one with hearts?
I’m sure someone is bound to love this rabbit sweater. Well, unless they don’t like hearts either.
31. If you love Easter, then you’ll sure love this bespectacled bunny.
This one comes in a variety of colors. Yet, I want you to take a closer look.
32. In some respects, it seems like some bunnies like to go gardening.
Well, we know that rabbits do like gardens, particularly with veggies. That’s why they’re considered pests by many.
33. When in doubt, go with a fuzzy collar.
Kind of reminds me of a sweater straight off of Dr. Seuss. Wonder why that is.
34. Of course, Easter wouldn’t be Easter without the Easter Bunny.
Well, at least in the US and Germany anyway. Other countries may or may not have one.
35. This one has eggs and bunnies on string.
Or so it seems. Then again, bunnies and eggs are common Easter motifs, obviously.
36. On some Easter sweaters you can only fit so much.
This one seems to go all out with bunnies, eggs, and other things galore. Nevertheless, it’s very tacky.
37. Wanna draw chick wings? I’m sure swirls would do the trick.
Not sure what to make about this design. Seems rather trendy from some standpoint. But still has some cuteness appeal for Easter.
38. Sometimes an Easter sweater can become a real patchwork.
This one seems to have a lot of stuff in bright Easter colors. Also includes a heart and a fortune cookie.
39. Some of these bunnies are hiding in their little holes.
Probably because they’re trying desperately not to get caught by pest control. Because they tend to ruin gardens during the spring and summer.
40. For an Easter hoodie, you can’t go wrong with a rabbit ear hood.
This might seem like a normal hoodie. But keep in mind it has rabbit ears and short sleeves.
41. Sometimes bunnies put their Easter eggs on an Easter tree.
I know some people have an Easter tree according to Pinterest. My family doesn’t do this. But here’s a sweater anyway.
42. Sometimes a bunny just needs a rest.
Yes, this bunny is taking a break to enjoy the flowers and the breeze. And there’s a yellow butterfly near the top.
43. Looks like this bunny has found itself in the carrot patch.
And if it was smart, it would get it’s ass out of there before the gardener shows up. Or pest control. Whichever comes first.
44. A green sweater like this always has to come with chicks.
Not sure if that yellow matches with that green. Then again, I’m not a fan of that shade of green.
45. An Easter sweater like this has a bunny on each side.
Well, black and white bunnies anyway. Then again, I think I like these bunnies better than the white ones.
46. Looks like these rabbits are running around the flowers.
This one includes tulips and daffodils, which are spring garden flowers. And let’s just say the bunnies should get out soon.
47. An Easter sweater like this has as many eggs as you desire.
If it weren’t for the eggs, I would’ve sworn this would be something a clown would wear. Then again, it’s kind of the point.
48. Nothing makes Easter worthwhile than wearing a sweater vest of chicks.
And it seems they’ve taken a fascination with the pom poms. Still, these are cute.
49. On Easter, almost anything can come out of an Easter egg.
Well, at least on this ugly sweater. In real life not so much except in decorations.
50. For an Easter sweater, pom poms make great cotton tails.
Indeed they do. But on this pink cardigan, there are some pom poms unattached to bunnies as well.
51. This Easter sweater seems crowded with almost everything.
And there are no squares to keep everything straight. Then again, that might be just as well for tackiness’s sake.
52. For an Easter sweater, you can’t go wrong with Easter eggs.
Okay, this one seems like something a clown would wear. And not one with good fashion sense either.
53. For an unconventional idea on an Easter sweater, go with an Easter bonnet.
Better yet, wear an Easter bonnet with this sweater. Make sure it’s just as outrageous as this one.
54. This Easter sweater is sure to celebrate the bounty of spring.
By using shoddy colors and ignoring the fact that pears don’t come out in the spring. Seriously, they get ripe at the same time most fruits do.
55. If you’re into cuteness, this Easter vest will do just fine.
Well, this is in mostly pastels. Then again, Easter is a holiday known for cuteness.
56. Seems like this bunny has his own ugly sweater.
Tacky sweater it may be. But still, I have to give its designer credit for originality.
57. So many bunnies, so little carrots.
Because bunnies tend to breed like rabbits. And let’s just say, eventually, there won’t be enough carrots to go around.
58. On an Easter sweater like this, bunnies keep popping everywhere.
This one is in bright colors with squares of eggs, flowers, and bunnies. Kind of tacky but kind of cute, too.
59. This Easter sweater seems to have rows of eggs, bunnies, and flowers.
I think this was designed like a traditional ugly Christmas sweater. But with spring and Easter motifs instead.
60. A bright blue cardigan is always sure to stand out.
Seems like these have bunnies on the shoulders and the middle. Still, pretty tacky but cute.
61. Looks like one bunny has all the carrots and flowers.
And the top has a butterfly and bee. Nevertheless, love the egg buttons.
62. Apparently, this one has rows and rows of bunnies.
And it seems like they’re all in the grass. Some are even near flowers.
63. These bunnies always seem to enjoy daffodils, colored eggs, and produce.
Let’s hope they don’t get caught with the produce. Or in a garden or field for that matter.
64. Of course, lady bunnies can’t go without their Easter bonnets.
Even the carrots seem to have bows on this one. Don’t understand why that is. Then again, not sure why these bunnies are wearing bonnets.
65. A bright pink Easter vest like this is crowded with bunnies.
And I’ll certainly say so. Thus, it’s bound to pass any tacky test with flying colors.
66. If you don’t like a lot of bunnies, you can always have some around the collar.
And these are linked by carrots for good measure. Nevertheless, I’m sure a guy would be able to wear this in the right size.
67. If you like sequins, bunnies, and eggs, this sweater is for you.
Yes, this one has eggs and bunnies on it. And yes, sequins can be tacky. So this one goes on the post.
68. A dark colored Easter sweater really brings out the daffodils.
Well, this is a cardigan. But it has a bunny on each side. Still, like the color.
69. A pink Easter sweater like this has bunnies all over the place.
So do some of the others. Not to mention an Easter egg and carrot trim.
70. For a unique Easter creature, you can’t go wrong with a unicorn.
Not sure if unicorns are Easter creatures. But this unique sweater does appear in the Easter spirit.
71. If you like a sunset, this gazebo cardigan is just the thing.
This one has a gazebo in a duck pond. Yes, it’s tacky but you have to like the colors.
72. This Easter, perhaps you might want an ugly sweater for your dog.
I know some people might want something like this. But I think dogs ware perfectly fine in their fur and don’t need any clothes whatsoever.
73. If you like ducks, this one is for you.
This is a sweater made in the style of a tank top. Why such sweaters exist, I have no idea.
74. When it comes to featuring Easter stuff, squares always help.
Well, at least on sweaters. But this is incredibly hideous if you ask me.
75. This Easter sweater vest could possibly bring an air of distinction.
Then again, maybe not. I’m sure the carrots and bunnies on this might be hard to take seriously.
76. Seems like this dog and bunny are becoming good friends.
Okay, that’s just totally wrong. Why do they have to make sweaters like these, why?
77. If you love rainbows, you might love a dress like this.
This one is called, “Happy As a Rainbow Dress.” Sure it’s tacky but I’m positive it’s Easter appropriate.
78. I’m sure an Easter sweater can’t get as spectacular as this.
Well, one in that Christmas sweater setup anyway. Still, it’s incredibly colorful.
79. Who says men can’t wear pastel colors for Easter?
Because this guy is certainly rocking his us ugly Easter sweater. He even has rabbit ears, too.
80. An Easter T-shirt like this is guaranteed to make you a hit.
Seems like the graphics were inspired by Atari. But it includes the conventional bunnies and colored eggs.