Vintage-Inspired French Grain Sack Striped Linen Stockings
Here to hang.
Linen stockings crafted in a French mill? Oh yes—and not just any French mill. These holiday heirlooms come from a family-owned linen factory in Roubaix, France, one of the last few remaining in the country. Their natural texture makes ‘em timeless, and sure to stand out on any mantel. And with those stripes in hues from glistening golds to Rudolph reds? We’ll be hanging these season after season.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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