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Søstrene Grene Christmas collection is here and we’re feeling merry (#sorrynotsorry)


by Penny Warnock
23rd Oct 2019
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The Søstrene Grene Christmas collection has dropped and it’s guaranteed to get you into the festive mood.


Okay, so we know Halloween has only just gone, but we promise we have a good reason for bringing it up ahead of schedule. Søstrene Grene released their first of two Christmas collections last Thursday, October 24 and as they don’t restock, now is your chance to capitalise.

In order to avoid missing out on the gorgeous goodies, we thought it best to share with you some of our favourites. Judging by the collection’s pared-back simplicity, wallet-friendly prices and overall charm, we’re betting most of the collection will be gone ASAP so get in quick.

So before you go all Scrooge on us, take a peek below.

Festive Creativity

Søstrene Grene Christmas

Wrapping paper, Price per roll €1.48, in several variants

We love the simple yet diverse nature of their decorations, especially these paper tree ornaments. Picture them hanging in your hallway, a couple on the bedroom shelf, amongst your cookbooks or on any flat surface really. 

Søstrene Grene Christmas

Tree with magnetic closure, €2.08,  several variants

Deck the halls

The homemade appearance and delightful simplicity make this range a swift front runner for all things Christmas, not to mention their more than reasonable price – the collection starts off at as little as 26 cent! Decorate your tree with wealth of charming ornaments to choose from.

Søstrene Grene Christmas

 Felt ornaments €0.68 per item.

The concept behind the collection prompts Santa’s workshop vibes, with products that look homemade and charming enough that one could easily imagine that magical elves handmade them (or perhaps from your own fair hand). In their usual soothing manner, Søstrene aims to transform your home into a warm and inviting winter solace. The collection is subtle and charming, with simple designs that are far from the usual. Not a glitter bead or tinsel texture in sight!

Søstrene Grene Christmas

Star for hanging, €8.25, available in two colours

The first of two seasonal drops,  this collection arrives in shops on October 24 and will be available in all Søstrene Grene stores worldwide including Georges Street Dublin 2, Dun Laoghaire, Blanchardstown, Cork, Limerick, Athlone, Belfast, Newry and Bangor. The latter will drop slightly closer to Christmas on November 21 and will no doubt be just as stunning.

Søstrene Grene Christmas

Advent calendar, €6.85, available in two variants

Søstrene Grene Christmas

Candleholder, €2.78, available in two variants.

Anyone else ready to ditch the pumpkins now?

Featured image: Søstrene Grene’s October 24 Christmas drop: Gift wrapping, ornaments, stocking and gift boxes. 


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