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If you are obsessed with “queer eyesLike us, you’ve probably dreamed of getting fashion advice from Tan France. Well, this holiday season, France will be sharing his tips on everything from festival fashion arrive gift shopping. His partnership with Klarna — a shopping platform that allows you to pay in installments — is one way that France has always been at the forefront. The Klarna app lets you shop from a variety of retailers and create collections to keep things organized. France especially loves the discount feature that will send you notifications when an item on your favorites list goes on sale. If you’re shopping for an indecisive person, France is the place to go for gift cards from a store or brand they love. His choice? a gift card to yellow belly to colleague and friend, Jonathan Van Ness.
When it comes to holiday style, the French believe it’s all about having fun, whether it’s wearing an ugly holiday sweater or wearing something flashy to a New Year’s party. “Come in, it’s a holiday!” he says. In fact, he only has one rule about what to avoid. “Don’t be the party poop like, I’m too good for the holidays, and I want to do what I want to do. Don’t be too demanding, just really enjoy it.”
As for the holiday tradition, France and his family have a unique tradition that they have carried out for more than ten years. “We put up the Christmas tree Halloweenand we keep it up until Valentine’s Day,” said France, who doesn’t worry about being judged.
France loves to listen to “Last Christmas” by Wham! and check out “Wizard of Oz” as well as “Sound of Music” to get in the holiday spirit. His favorite food during the festive season is Pavlova, a meringue dessert.
In addition to sharing his advice on holiday shopping, fashion, and festivals, France tells us about his current product obsessions. From a travel-friendly white noise machine to a stylish classic Converse sneaker, these are must-haves in France.