It’s Ugly (Christmas) Sweater Day! And what’s more iconic than a Weasley Sweater, knit by Molly Weasley herself. So let’s take a look at some of the best sweaters each Weasley has worn throughout the years.
1. Ron Weasley
The king himself Mr. Ron Weasley started it all in the first book and movie with the classic Weasley Christmas Sweater. So though he rocks some interesting sweaters throughout the series, this one is still our favorite.
2. Ginny Weasley
Ginny too is seen in many a layered look through the series, but this one that she wears in The Order of the Phoenix is just too good to not include.
3. Fred Weasley
The Weasley twins are known for looking alike, talking alike, pulling pranks, and most important: dressing alike. Who could forget the classic “Only kidding I am Fred” the first time we meet the pair, and while wearing some wonderful sweaters of course.
4. George Weasley
Fast forward a bit to book four, when the twins rock matching sweaters amidst the chaos of the Quidditch World Cup. The only question now is, who wore it best? We think it was George.
5. Percy Weasley
Though we never get to see Percy rock a Weasley Christmas sweater, or see him much of all in the movies, he does make an iconic first appearance at platform 9 and 3/4 wearing none other than a sweater befitting the red-headed family.
6. bill Weasley
Bill may have only made a handful of appearances, but the Weasley blood runs strong in his ability to layer his outfits and look fly while doing it.
7. Arthur Weasley
The father of the Weasley bunch may not make the sweaters, but he sure knows how to wear them, sporting a sweater vest nearly every time we see him. And who could forget this outfit from The Half-Blood Prince? He’s got a scarf and everything!
8. molly Weasley
And finally the matriarch of the Weasley household herself. Molly Weasley knows to rock an ugly sweater, so much so that we’re including two of her most epic looks. One from Prisoner of Azkaban where she has on an amazing shawl and another from Deathly Hallows Part 2 when she delivers her iconic “Not my daughter” line.