Dolly Parton has a full line of Christmas clothes on her website

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Dolly Parton is clearly feeling the holiday spirit this year

If we’re perfectly honest, we’ve been a little concerned with the holiday season this year. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, we don’t know if we will be able to travel or spend the holidays with our families. The election could very well lead to more chaos and turmoil that would make the season less than happy. And 2020 has been a year-long dumpster fire, so is anyone really feeling the holiday spirit? Well we know one person who is: Dolly Parton.

Parton seems determined to put people in a good mood this year by offering her own line of Christmas food, her first Christmas album in 30 years and a Christmas movie hitting Netflix. But there’s more to it than that – the beloved country star just announced that she has a full line of Dolly-themed Christmas clothes on her website.

Parton was a little shy about that line, but it turns out that in January, when she made headlines for a popular social media meme she created, she was dropping hints of the cozy goodness and Christmas that was to come.

And fam, this stuff is cute and festive. It’s not just a simple Christmas sweater, although you can certainly pick up a Dolly-themed one.

There are also t-shirts, a turtleneck, pajama pants and an adorable top that shows Parton kissing Santa Claus under the line “I saw mom kissing Santa”.

If you’re really feeling the spirit and want a full set of joy from Dolly, look no further than this full collection of joy and goodness.

Or if you just want some solid vacation tunes and “a cup of ambition,” she’s got you covered, too.

What makes this range even better is that every item comes with Parton’s new Christmas album, A Christmas Holly Dolly. You know you were going to buy it anyway, so you might as well have it in a bundle with a new anything but ugly Christmas sweater.

News of this line comes right after the announcement of Parton’s Netflix Christmas movie, and if there’s anything that can put a nation of Grinches in the holiday spirit, it’s all of this news. Could it be that Dolly Parton is our 2020 Cindy Lou Who, here to save Christmas? It’s starting to look like this, and TBH, we can’t think of anyone better for the job.

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