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Top 5 Stylish Advent Calenders

By Kal Di Paola on Nov 27 2013

The Christmas countdown has begun and the excitement in our office is mounting. Not a day goes by without some kind of festive mention... minced pies, mulled wine, secret santas, winter wonderland, parties, sequins, reindeer ears, christmas jumpers and the major crisis of the moment is that we don't yet have an advent calender! GASP

If you're in the same boat we've done a bit of homework for you... here's our pick of the top 5 Advent Calenders.

The Rusty Tin Advent Calendar £32
A set of 25 individual rusty small buckets with herringbone stripey ribbon to attach them together to form a garland type calender. These also double up as the ultimate Christmas tree decoration. Add whatever little treats you like to the rusty buckets, you can individually mark each bucket with the date pegs included.

East of India Wooden Calender £46.99

A simply stunning wooden Advent calendar in which each of the roofs lift of enabling you to place a small sweet or gift inside. The houses have a New England feel to them with a clapboard look to them and the whitewash finish. This is a fantastic item that can be used year after year.

Fortnum and Mason Wooden Calendar £95

This delightful wooden model of Fortnum’s famous store can be filled with your favourite sweets and chocolates to create a delicious countdown to Christmas and can be used year after year.

A limited edition cloth calender by The Biscuiteers £45

The limited edition design by Susie Watson, features a host of embroidered festive gingers alongside appliqued candy canes, holly and biscuiteers christmas trees.

Harrods Postbox Calendar £16.95

This charming post box-style advent calendar is a timeless accessory with its soft furry finish, simply slot the letter attachment into each day and count down to Christmas in style.