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Ugly is In: Ugly Suits Inspired by Ugly Christmas Sweaters

Ugly Christmas Sweater Suits

Ugly Christmas sweaters are a thing now. If you want to set yourself apart, then go overboard by donning one of these ugly suits with designs inspired by none other than– you guessed it– ugly Christmas sweaters! From the jacket and pants to the tie, the suit is ugly from top to bottom. It’s so ugly, it’s almost stylish. Almost.

These Christmas suits are available from Shinesty, and they make suits in lots of other designs if you’re not feeling the Christmas spirit.

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Bubble Wrap Suit: An Outfit That Pops!

Look popping, not smashing, when you don the Bubble Wrap suit over whatever it is you’re currently wearing. It’s a suit made from bubble wrap that you can actually pop–although you probably shouldn’t, because you’ll only end up with a deflated suit at the end of the day. The blazer comes with a hood and Velcro closure, while the pants have an elastic waistband to so you’re snug and comfy.

Or, well, as snug and comfy as you’ll ever be in a bubble wrap suit.

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Suitsy Looks Sharp But Is as Comfy as Your Pajamas

Suitsy

 

Get rid of those sweatshirts and jeans and pull on the Suitsy instead. It’ll instantly transform your look from drab to dapper because, really, what guy looks bad in a suit? But let’s backtrack a little as to how it came to be.

Regular suits are far from being comfortable, which is something real estate expert Jesse Herzog knows firsthand. After wearing suits for 10 years, which was expect of him because of his job, he decided to make something that looks just as sharp minus the discomfort. That’s when Suitsy came into the picture.

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Everybody Was Sumo Wrestling: Sumo Suits

Sumo Suits

Sumo wrestling ain’t sumo without the extra padding. And by padding, we mean all that extra weight (fat, muscle, and everything in between) on your body. The closest thing you can get to sumo wrestling is by donning this Sumo Suit and going at your opponent like there’s no tomorrow. Granted, you won’t be able to crush your opponent under your weight– I mean, it’s just a suit with lots of padding, for crying out loud– but the extra bulk will let you move and simulate the motions of an actual sumo wrestler.

At least, in theory. It’s available for $1,600 (or you could just, you know, buy a lot of Big Macs with the money and gain that extra weight for real.)

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MJ Bale Power Suit: Pay With Your Sleeve

MJ Bale Power suit

Mobile payments is all that retailers and service providers talk about these days. From NFC and swiping your phone across the terminal to pressing your palm against a monitor to pay for stuff, the options are numerous and varied. Another one to join the fray is tailor MJ Bale with the Samurai Suit that’s obviously more than just a suit (because why else would we talk about it if it were, right?)

MJ’s power suit has a Visa payWave-accessible microchip sown right onto the sleeve, essentially turning it into a wearable credit or debit card of sorts. So whenever you’re ready to check out and pay, just move your hand across the terminal and bam!–you’re done.

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MK3 Exoskeleton Suit Promises to Make Schoolgirls Better, Taller, Stronger

Exoskeleton Suit

Cyborgs might walk among us one day. For now, it’s just Japanese schoolgirls decked out in exoskeleton suits. You might have noticed that manufacturers turn to schoolgirls whenever they want to market some hot, new product in Japan. This time around, it’s the Powered Jacket MK3 developed by Sagawa Electronics.

It’s the first commercially available exoskeleton that’s being marketed in the country. Weighing in at just 55 pounds, the suit stands 7 feet tall and can be worn to travel around the city. It even bends over so its wearer can pick stuff up. For something that looks tough and mechanical, its wearer can have the suit grab an egg and crack it.

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