Hill House Home’s New Holiday Collection Has Arrived, and Naturally, We Want It All

Hill House Home’s New Holiday Collection Has Arrived, and Naturally, We Want It All

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The hold that Hill House Home’s iconic nap dresses and Regencycore-inspired styles have on us (and really the rest of the internet, too) is very real. So naturally, when we learned that the TikTok-loved brand would be dropping its famed holiday collection today, we did what any sound fashionista would do — cleared our morning schedules, grabbed our laptops, and immediately started browsing through the wide array of fresh, festive styles (with our credit card in tow, of course!).

There’s nothing like a little holiday fashion shopping to get us in the mood for all things Christmas. And officially launching today is the Hill House Home holiday 2022 collection, which sees the return of the brand’s iconic nap dresses — though this time, they’ve received the ultimate holiday treatment as they’re draped in a slew of new festive prints that range in everything from a red tartan design to an icy snowflake brocade (that’s quite literally inspired by the unique shape of snowflakes!). Plus, there’s the addition of velvet dresses, which are as luxurious as you would imagine.

If you had any reservations about what you might be wearing to your next seasonal soiree, end-of-year office party, or family get-together, Hill House Home’s latest collection is the shopping solution to all of your holiday fashion woes. From babydoll dresses and puff-sleeve sweaters to plaid-wrapped miniskirts, sequin-embellished gowns, and even a statement headband that takes a page straight out of Cher Horowitz’s style book, there’s so much to love (and inevitably shop) from Hill House Home’s new holiday drop. Browse our favorite styles ahead before they sell out!

— Additional reporting by India Yaffe