24 Cool Girl Hanukkah Decorations & Accessories That We're Adding To Cart ASAP
While holiday enthusiasts are breaking out their Christmas trees and stockings, some of us are getting into the spirit a little differently. As a member of the tribe, December is high time for latkes and dreidels. And while our celebrations are truly lit (it’s the Festival of Lights, after all!) the merch selection has never quite had the same allure as the magic of Christmas.
The eight nights of Hanukkah begin on December 7th this year, and we’re on a mission to elevate the classic blue and silver while helping you answer the most challenging question of our time, “So, what should I buy for my Jewish friends, anyway?” Whether you're looking to ditch the kitsch or fully lean into the uniqueness being one of the Chosen people, here are 24 items that should be on your list.
I just want an entire zoo of these Jonathan Adler menorahs.
There're truly no better way to celebrate than with Jelly donuts, dreidels and gelt - except maybe in puzzle form.
Dreidel-shaped terrariums are the decor extra I never know I needed. Add a plant for some greenery or dress them up with fairy lights,
If Betsey Johnson were to create a capsule Hanukkah collection, this menorah would undoubtedly be a part.
We love a personalization moment, especially when it's as cozy as this pillow.
Candle holders shaped like the Star of David? Yes please!
For a more modern take, we love this marble menorah (with pops of gold, of course!).
ICYMI, it's Hanukkah. This beaded sign is giving DIY vibes without all the effort.
Reigning queen of headbands Lele Sadoughi truly has something for everyone. I'll take your ugly Christmas sweater and raise you one (actually cute) dreidel headband.
We may not have Christmas trees, but *some of us* have leaned into the Hanukkah bush movement 👀 No judgement here, though -- unless, of course, you don't decorate yours with on-theme ornaments like this.
This ultra cool bubble menorah is a vibe. Buy it for your most grown up friend who actually has their life together.
The cool-girl kiddush cup we never knew we needed.
Feeling rustic? Lean in and add this artisan crafted menorah to your cart.
Dreidels, but make it art. Impress your friends with Chagall-inspired Hanukkah memorabilia.
We can never have enough candles, especially on Hanukkah! Write a personalized message to your bestie and enjoy the scents of the season.
It was only a matter of time until the wooden dreidels of yore got a luxe upgrade.
A Hanukkah gift your friends will love, and probably continue wearing year round.
Whether you visit the Met every weekend or barely skated by in Art History 101, this menorah is hard to beat.
Blue and white is a standby, but the splatter gives it a modern feel.
I'd be lying if I said this menorah hasn't been brought up in every Jewish group chat of mine over the last three weeks.
Plate all your dishes on this trendy serving platter.
Kate Spade created the perfect color-blocked menorah, and we're already obsessed.
Is there anything more Jewish than busting out a random Yiddish word at the slightest inconvenience? No, there's not -- which is why these cocktail napkins are a tongue-in-cheek addition to any dinner party.
Yes, this is a Barbiecore menorah. And yes, my life is now complete.
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