Flocked Christmas Trees Inspired by Fashion’s Best

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Image: Bergdorf Goodman

I’m not a New Yorker, but I simply can’t get enough of Bergdorf Goodman’s holiday windows! In fact, it’s one of my favorite things of the season. Located in Midtown Manhattan, Bergdorf’s sets the bar for extravagant window dressing, mixing luxury goods, glamour, and sheer artistry into magic. I’m completely inspired by this year’s theme, Holidays on Ice, with its snowy landscapes and designer fashions. Though the latter may be tough to replicate, you can still get the look with a beautifully flocked Christmas tree!

Flocked Christmas Trees Inspired by Fashion’s Best on the Interior CollectiveImage: Bergdorf Goodman

Perhaps the best part of Bergdorf’s windows is that they capture the perfection of a fresh snowfall—while everything is still fresh and glistening. Snow may not last forever, but the right flocking certainly does. And, thanks to this faux snow, you can create a winter wonderland in your own living room. Here are a few examples:

Flocked Christmas Trees Inspired by Fashion’s Best on the Interior CollectiveImages: (left) Centsational Girl (right) Centsational Girl

Flocked trees are a great backdrop for a range of decorations. Kate of Centsational Girl (above) achieved two different looks in years past—one glamorous, one rustic—by swapping ornaments.

Flocked Christmas Trees Inspired by Fashion’s Best on the Interior CollectiveImage: The Doctor’s Closet

Monika, of the Doctor’s Closet, opted for a heavily flocked tree this year. I love her choice of black, white, and gold. Such a fashionable palette is undoubtedly worthy of a Bergdorf window!

Flocked Christmas Trees Inspired by Fashion’s Best on the Interior CollectiveImages: (left) Better Homes and Gardens (right) Martha Stewart

Dripping in balls and baubles, the above examples prove that more is more, especially during the holidays. And lastly, I couldn’t end the post without featuring one of my favorite little flocked trees (below). Designer Darci Ilich takes a more organic approach, setting it atop a wood table with birch logs in a nearby corner.

Flocked Christmas Trees Inspired by Fashion’s Best on the Interior CollectiveImage: House and Home

Though we can’t live in a Bergdorf window, it can be a chic source of inspiration. How would a flocked tree change the look of your holiday décor?

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Desiré is a designer, blogger, and lover of all things glamorous. Though primarily a self-taught decorator, Desiré studied at The Art Institute, where she honed a distinct aesthetic largely influenced by the Modern Glamour movement, the theme of her popular design blog, Sukio. Not only is she considered a "closet fashionista," discreetly stashing handbags and shoes whenever possible, but, as an MIT graduate, she’s also an undercover nerd. Fashion, nerdom, and several years as a Washingtonian have combined to shape her unique perspective on interior design.