When it comes to Christmas stockings, choose something worthy of style, not coal, this holiday season. With stockings that range from country chic to golden glam, we found something for every decorating style. Click through our favorites, find a style that accents your mantel, and then start stuffing . . . Christmas is just a few weeks away!
If you prefer to deck your halls — or mantles, or railings — with more traditional holiday decor, we've found a variety of elegant holiday stockings to help you stick to your classic style. These polished picks feature timeless motifs and patterns that you'll be sure to love for years to come. Get your home in the holiday spirit with these beautiful stockings for the whole family!
Stockings are one of those customary Christmas classics, but these days, they're getting a modern twist. We've rounded up stockings that are anything but traditional, from ballerinas to polka-dot designs. Shop our favorites and see if they make it onto your mantelpiece this year!
Christmas morning just wouldn't be the same without a stuffed-to-the-brim stocking, full of candy, tiny toys, and lots of cheer. Your kids love them because they start the gift frenzy on Christmas morning; you love them because they buy you time to drink your morning coffee before your lil ones are begging to unwrap gifts. Line your fireplace with some of the coolest stockings we've seen this season, and you'll have a whole new reason to appreciate your stockings — the great style they add to your home for the holidays!
If you can't hang your stockings on the mantel, there are plenty of other spots to display this Christmas decorating essential. Stumped for ideas? Then see how these clever holiday decorators added stockings to their mantel-free homes.
Given the variety of beautiful, modern stockings currently on the market, it's clear that hanging Christmas stockings isn't a kids-only affair. While the appeal of these simple and pretty Hable Elegant Eyelet Stockings ($48) may be lost on a toddler, they're perfect for an adult household.
What's your tradition? Do you hang stockings for the over-18 set at your house?