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Would You Buy An Upside Down Christmas Tree?

It started as a marketing gimmick, but the upside down Christmas tree has Social media buzzing over this decorating trend.

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Could 2017 be the year that we finally flip Christmas on its head? The internet is buzzing over upside-down Christmas trees, one of the most controversial trends in holiday decorating this year.

The premise is simple. While many upside-down trees are hung from the ceiling, others are situated to stand attached to a base on the floor. The inverted trees are decorated largely the same way as their right-side up brethren, and some have noted that upside-down trees seem to feature ornaments more prominently since they hang freely into the air instead of into the tree.
 


Reaction on social media is mixed, with some users loving the apparent nod to 'Stranger Things,' others perplexed at the gravity-defying display of holiday cheer and still others taking the tree as a slight against a traditional Christmas.

Several national retailers like Target, Home Depot, and Walmart are carrying inverted artificial trees for what appears to be the first time this year, and many models are already sold out or running low.
 
 

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Posted in U.S on November 29 at 04:17 PM

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