Suits Inspired by Ugly Christmas Sweaters

Shinesty has released a line of three incredible suits inspired by ugly Christmas sweaters. The three designs are The Ugly Christmas Sweater Suit, the Holiday Tree Suit, and The Rudolph.

Do you remember all those Christmas parties you went to last year dressed in your mom’s baggy vintage 88′ Christmas sweater complete with shoulder pads and shedding small trinkets from holidays past with each step you took? Do you remember going home to your sad, cold bed a little tipsy and utterly alone? Thought so. But what is there to do? You don’t want to be the stiff who shows up dressed all “normal and boring” to a holiday party. Well luckily for you, daddy (that’s us) went up North and got some of Ole man Nick’s hobbit friends to whip up something a bit more… dapper. You’re welcome. And no we don’t want milk and cookies, just give name your first born in our honor.

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Watch the Amazon Robots That Will be Shipping Your Order This Holiday

With Amazon seemingly equipped to ship everything ranging from a paperback book to jungle gyms, the company has become reliant on some high-tech robots as added and necessary hands when satiating the public’s demand for faster and better when it comes to holiday shopping. In an exclusive video for TIME, photographer and videographer Stephen Wilkes captured Amazon robots made by by Kiva Systems – a company Amazon purchased for $775 million in 2012 – as they work their magic at the company’s Tracy, California warehouse. First employed in July of this year, Amazon now utilizes more than 15,000 of them in 10 of the company’s warehouses. According to TIME, “The days between Thanksgiving and Christmas are Amazon’s busiest of the year. Customers ordered 426 items per second on the Monday following Thanksgiving last year, the day online retailers have branded as ‘Cyber Monday’.”

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Workers Build a Giant Electronic LEGO Christmas Tree for a Mall in Sydney, Australia

Workers at the Westfield Sydney shopping center in Sydney, Australia built a giant LEGO Christmas tree, complete with a computer-controlled electronic light show that will be on display nightly through the end of Christmas. LEGO created a time-lapse build video of the tree, which is said to be the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.

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