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These days, artificial trees can look so authentic that you have to feel the branches to make sure they’re not the real thing. Design Vintage Black Eucalyptus Christmas Tree: £225, Design Vintage This contemporary tree – which is made entirely of Eucalyptus – does a great job of combining minimalist and natural.
Returning to the place where you grew up can be a bit of a mind-bender for anyone, and Swift is no different.We’ve got that covered too, with everything from a pom pom table tree to outdoor light-up bauble tree. Hayes Pre-Lit Nordic Spruce Feel-Real: £259.99, Hayes Garden World Family and friends will hardly believe this isn’t the real thing, thanks to the natural-looking branches, which are set on a wire base that springs into shape from the quick-release bag – which is excellent when you get it out after months of storage. Standing tall at 1.8m, you can decorate it or just leave it plain, and the branches fold up so you can store the whole thing in a long box. Lakeland Light-up Bauble Tree: £74.99, Lakeland We love this fantastically low-maintenance alternative to a real tree. B&Q 4ft Fibre Optic Rotating Pre-Lit Christmas Tree: £56, B&Q This 4ft tree is ideal for gadget enthusiasts, with a remote control that enables you to select both the colour of your tree, as well as rotating it 360 degrees, making it a real conversation piece and great fun to play with. Homebase 7.5 ft Snowy Larch Artificial Christmas Tree: £80, Homebase If you’ve got tall ceilings – a Victorian or Edwardian home, or a barn conversion, perhaps – then this towering tree is a stunner.You just plug it in and watch the multi-coloured LED bulbs begin to sparkle, immediately adding some festivity to the room. We love the faux tree trunk base and the wintery finish.Swift’s 2015 stare-down of Apple—she declined to put her hit album on Apple’s nascent streaming-music service when the company said it would not pay artists during its initial launch; Apple changed its policy immediately and paid everyone—was a seismic example of a single artist’s toppling corporate might.At 26, Swift is world famous, wealthy, critically celebrated, a style influencer, and a cultural movement unto herself, recognizable everywhere she goes. And yet today, in this chapel atop a hill in Reading, Pennsylvania, Swift is none of those things.