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Lauren Saccone
December 18, 2016 8:46 am

The Kardashian clan is well-known for their love of the holiday season. Between the Christmas cards, over-the-top ornaments, and epic Christmas parties, the Kardashian sisters celebrate in serious style. And this year, the Kardashians have fallen for flocked Christmas trees.

So just exactly what is a flocked Christmas tree? It’s when you spray down your evergreen with artificial snow. The result makes it look like your home has been turned into a winter wonderland, without having to worry about those freezing temperatures. And it seems the Kardashian sisters have decided that this year, flocked Christmas trees are in — with their own signature flair, naturally.

Kim Kardashian’s longtime BFF Jonathan Cheban was bowled over by her giant and ultra-glamorous Christmas tree. Besides being professionally flocked, the tree itself was huge (as is befitting the home of Kim and Kanye). According to Us Magazine, the secret to the elegant design was based off flocking and Christmas lights, with not a single ornament to be found. Kim was mostly absent from Cheban’s enthusiastic social media posts, but she did narrate the idea behind her chic christmas decor.

Kim’s not the only member of her family to get flocking fever: Kylie Jenner shared an Instagram post showing off her two loves, rapper Tyga and her gigantic flocked Christmas tree. Unlike sister Kim, Kylie’s tree has an assortment of elegant silver ornaments of various sizes and shapes, adding a fun dimension to her Christmas style.

Model Kendall Jenner went for a more understated but no less lovely tree in her home. Accented by a pretty pink wall and a pile of books, Jenner’s tree keeps it simple without giving up any style. Going for a slightly different take on the flocked tree motif, Jenner added a few gold ornaments to the overall silver decor.

Flocking is a fun and elegant look that’s easy to imitate (at least if you’re working on a smaller scale than the Kardashians). All you need is a tree, some flocking spray, and the desire for a white Christmas. Decking the halls has never been so glamorous or so fun!

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