The only thing cooler than discovering Christmas is discovering this rad Nightmare Before Christmas sock advent calendar
If you’re trapped between the emotional (and sugar) high that was Halloween, and the amazing wonder of Christmas, and you aren’t sure what to do about it, we might have an answer. Kohl’s released a 12-day advent calendar filled with Nightmare Before Christmas socks — and it’s only $20.
That’s less than a dollar a sock. For twelve days of holiday mash-up happy feet.
The socks, which fit women’s shoe sizes 4-10, come in three different lengths: seven pairs of crew socks to start off the calendar, two pairs of ankle-high socks, and finally two pairs of shin-high socks. They’re a polyester/spandex blend that’s machine washable.
Each pair totally captures the magically spooky Christmas vibes of the 1993 animated holiday classic. The first pairs says, “Delightfully Dark,” while several other pairs feature Jack Skellington and Sally, bats, and spiders. Our favorite picks are the argyle socks (made up of Jack skulls, crossbones, and bats), the socks featuring zero the ghost dog, and the socks with stitching to look like Sally’s tights.
All of the pairs are boxed in a cardboard advent calendar with perforated windows, decorated with the movie’s favorite moments and characters, including Oogie Boogie and the Mayor of Halloween Town.
The box is usually $25, but it’s on sale now for $19.99. You can get another 15 percent off online until November 15.
It’s been 25 years since Disney first released this Tim Burton classic — which also means that it’s been 25 years that we’ve been singing “This is Halloween” and “Making Christmas” from October 31 for December 26. What better way to celebrate than by stocking up on some movie-themed socks?
And if, for some reason that we cannot even fathom, you aren’t a Nightmare Before Christmas fan, Kohl’s also has some other pretty rad sock advent calendar options, including Mickey Mouse, Disney Princess, Game of Thrones, DC Comics, and Nickelodeon. And yep, they’re all just $20 too.
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