The only item you’ll need to wear this summer is the new edition Ugly Xmas Rashie
Queenslanders are familiar with a few strategic provisions when the weather warms up and the festive season rolls around. A fridge stocked with cold beverages, fresh seafood and backyard cricket coincide with regular trips to the beach, an activity that demands vital sun safety measures in our corner of the stratosphere. Luckily, the Cancer Council Queensland have all your Ultra Violet woes covered this summer, bringing back a new edition of the Ugly Xmas Rashie.
A now much-loved Aussie tradition helping to raise skin cancer awareness and funds, this year’s Ugly Xmas Rashie design joins a line of previous fauna inspired prints, with a rainbow lorikeet in a green colourway featuring on the latest rashie range. Since we would hardly survive a lap around the block in an ugly Christmas sweater, the Ugly Xmas Rashie is the perfect item to add to your wardrobe to make the summer that little more festive and fun.
You’ll also be supporting a good cause, with a portion of proceeds from Ugly Xmas Rashie sales go towards funding for Cancer Council Queensland to ensure they continue research, patient support and prevention programs. Skin cancer accounts for the largest number of cancers diagnosed in Australia each year, with melanoma the most common cancer in Australians aged between 12 and 24. The new lorikeet design and the whole Ugly Xmas Rashie collection come in adults and children’s sizes, are unisex and available to get your hands on and heads under online.