Here is a round of up of the 10 most popular Dress Form Christmas Trees that feature the “ballroom skirt”. Free feel to vote below on your favorite.


1  We based the  popularity on how frequently the images were repined from our Pinterest board or shared on our Facebook group.

There are 4 main styles of Dress Form Christmas Trees (but thousands of variations of those styles). The ballroom skirt style is the one we call the Grand Diva because when she is in the room all eyes are on her.


2   The Grand Diva style dress form takes up a lot of room and is a little high maintenance compared to the other styles. But as you can see from these photos, while they have similar characteristics, no two diva’s look alike.

If you want to learn how to make this style Dress Form Christmas tree we have the tutorial here.

At Mannequin Madness we have become the unofficial Dress Form Christmas Tree experts at since we were one of the first to sell tutorials to show crafters how to make them.

5   And in addition to the tutorials, we sell the dress forms that people need to make the trees.

Some of the trees in this post were ones we found online. Others were made by our customers who purchased the Grand Diva tutorial. Like this one made by Johncie. Rhodes-Kanney from Ohio.  

6  And this one

8. Others were made by our in-house design team like this one  

9 This one was at the White House in 2014 and designed by jewelry designer Alexis Bittar. 

10 This one which was on display at an Oscar De La Renta store is a little different from the other Dress Form trees because it uses a mannequin instead of a dress form. And the items are display are for sale, versus just for decoration. But it is a good example of showing how dress form Christmas Trees can be used in a retail environment as well as for home.

For current postings of Dress Form Holiday Trees, check out our Facebook group.