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Retro Chips'n'Dips

Plus funky Scandinavian ornaments, and faux trees from the fifties

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Silk Routes
This holiday season, pamper your favorite ski bum's bum with silk boxers that feature maps of his favorite slopes, including Killington, Aspen, Park City, Jackson Hole, and Telluride. In small, medium, and large sizes ($28).
PETER ELLIOT MEN
1070 Madison Avenue, near 81st Street
212-570-2300

String Ensemble
You could spend hours stringing popcorn or cranberries, making Martha proud. Or you could add a bit of flash to your fir with these sparkly garlands. The seven-foot-long hand-beaded strings are embellished with hand-crocheted pom-poms and come in a wide range of colors ($23).
LUCKY WANG
100 Stanton Street/212-353-2850
ABC CARPET & HOME
888 Broadway, at 19th Street
212-473-3000

Show Your Stripes
Santa's seen a lot of stockings, but Hable Construction's handmade felt ones are sure to impress him. Styles include snowmen, big pink poppies, and these what's-not-to-like stripes ($82).
BARNEYS NEW YORK
625 Madison Avenue, at 61st Street
212-826-8900
DEBBIE FISHER
233 Smith Street, Brooklyn
718-625-6005

Faux Fir
Good news for those of us who can't be bothered with caring for (and disposing of) a fresh tree: Mr. Pink has amassed a collection of chic aluminum pine trees from the fifties. In three sizes: four feet ($150), six feet ($250-$300), and eight feet ($400).
MR. PINK
223 West 16th Street
646-486-4147

Double Dipping
You don't need to spend a lot to give a gift that'll be the life of the party. This mod version of a chip 'n' dip is a mere $20. It's also available in black or white.
MOMA DESIGN STORE
44 West 53rd Street
212-767-1050
81 Spring Street
646-613-1367

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