Chic Essentials: Luxury Candles

Hola everyone, Arianna of Arianna Belle here!

Lighting a fancy scented candle is one of my favorite ways to complement beautiful surroundings, elevate the everyday, and when paired with some music and a bath, indulge in a little self-care. Their wonderful lingering scent can transform the ambience of any space and lift my mood. While they can be pricey, if you find one you absolutely love, I say considering their impact, it’s worth the splurge. Cheaper versions often burn too quickly and can be overly strong in a nauseating way. Also, since many luxury candles look as fabulous as they smell, you can repurpose them once they’ve burned down. Just put them in the freezer to easily remove any leftover wax residue and then use them as a small vase or a chic makeup brush or pencil holder.

Below are a couple of favorites:

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1- Cire Trudon Trianon // “The picking of hyacinth, roses, white flowers, wild herbs from the meadows and graminaceous plants, this bunch of flowers reminds us of an ideal nature, that of the Nouvelle Héloïse and the country life dreams of Marie Antoinette. Vibrating with the memory of a summer evening, when the warm, musky scent of torches fill the air, this scent is a homage to the Queen of taste…”

2- Diptyque Figuier “The fig tree scent recalls the warm summer days in Greece when the rich fragrance of ripened figs fills the soft air….It intensifies the tree’s qualities: the warmth of the bark, the freshness of the leaves, and the milky sap of its fruit.”

3- Aerin Trumpet Vine // “Lily of the valley and the essence of flowering garden vines are blended with lotus blossom, hyacinth and musk.”

4- Jo Malone Orange Blossom // “A shimmering garden oasis. Clementine flower sparkles over a heart of orange blossom and water lily, with warm undertones of orris and balsamic vetiver.”

5- Carriere Freres Lavandula Angustifolia // “She’s also called “true lavender” and grows wild on the hills of Southern France. Purple shrubs of green grey leaves, lavender’s fragrant flowers stand up straight, defying the elements with their colorful spikes. Its essential oil, of the highest quality, purifies and heals.”

6- Voluspa Santiago Huckleberry // “Notes of ripe huckleberry, vanilla and crushed sugar cane.”

7- Eclectic Tom Dixon Orientalist // “The faint memory of an Indian wedding with rose petal garlands- giant cinnamon sticks on the beach stalls and the musky
smells of the Chinese herbal market.”

8- LAFCO Master Bedroom // “Warm and enveloping; a mix of sweet chamomile and sprightly lavender promotes a sense of well being.”

9- Nest Moroccan Amber // “Moroccan amber, sweet patchouli, heliotrope and bergamot are accented with a hint of eucalyptus.”

10- Capri Blue Volcano // tropical fruits, sugared oranges, lemons, and limes, redolent with lightly exotic mountain greens

This list could continue on, as I know there are other amazing candles out there. Which ones do you love? What are you currently burning? Do you change it up when with the change of season? Share your personal favorites in the comments below.

6 thoughts on “Chic Essentials: Luxury Candles

  1. Hi Arianna, Nest is my go to candle and I adore the Moroccan Amber. There are several lovely scents though and the glasses are lovely with the shadow stripes!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

  2. Ooh I love a great smelling candle. Funny how they really can change your mood. It’s part of a relaxing evening for me. My current fave is Ribbon Wick’s Vanilla Sugar. It smells so good and the S wick looks so cool when it’s burning!

    Charlotte
    Simplylovedesign.blogspot.com

  3. Paloma, I have many favorites, but one that has been discontinued still makes me sad…It is Shore Breeze from Bath and Body Works/Slatkin. It is SO calming, and doesn’t even need to be lit…smells divine!!!

  4. Just one small question:are the candles featured made from mineral or vegetable wax,because mineral wax is toxic when burnt!!!!!

  5. Great post! Love Cire Trodon’s Balmoral, Ernesto,and Solis Rex, Diptyque’s Feu de Bois, Le Labo’s Santal 26, Pin 12, and Cade 26, as well as Astier de Villatte’s Saint-Cirq Lapopie.

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