Florida Georgia Line, DNCE and More Design Ugly Christmas Sweaters to Benefit Musicians On Call Charity

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JinJoo Lee, Joe Jonas, Cole Whittle and Jack Lawless of band DNCE at 'The Elvis Duran Z100 Morning Show' at Z100 Studio on Nov. 18, 2016 in New York City.

Can't find that perfect ugly Christmas sweater for your holiday party? Let the likes of Florida Georgia Line, DNCE, Sam Hunt and more help you out.

Those three, along with Trey Songz, Sara Evans and the Band of Merrymakers have teamed up with the CapThat company to create special edition ugly sweaters to benefit Musicians On Call (MOC). With designs featuring a personal touch from each artist -- for example, Evans' includes her song title "A Little Bit Stronger" -- these sweaters are definitely different than the ones you'll find at your local thrift store.

Adding to the uniqueness of the sweaters, which you can purchase here, they're also being sold for a good cause. Musicians On Call is a nonprofit organization that brings music (both recorded and live) to the bedsides of hospital patients around the country. Giving back while celebrating Christmas in style? You'll definitely be on Santa's nice list.

Check out some of the sweaters below.


DNCE x Musicians On Call Christmas SweatersCourtesy Photo

Sam Hunt x Musicians On Call Christmas SweatersCourtesy Photo

The sweaters are part of MOC's Deck The Halls Campaign, which will celebrate its launch on Dec. 8 in New York City with a special performance by Ellie Goulding and an appearance from nationally syndicated iHeartRadio host Elvis Duran. The organization is also auctioning signed guitars and memorabilia from big-name artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Ed Sheeran, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Nick Jonas, the Weeknd, Reba McEntire and more, which is in partnership with eBay and will run through Dec. 8.


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