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The Throwback Christmas Tree Trend That's Making a Comeback

Anybody remember the disco-look tinsel trees from the 1970s or white Christmas tree craze of the '90s? We just might be coming full circle on those trends right now, because I've been noticing metallic and white (and colored, too!) trees popping up in stores and in the homes of some pretty stylish people. Is it a flash in the pan or a legit trend with potential staying power that makes investing in one of these styles worth considering? Hard to say.
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