Introducing LAFCO’s Present Perfect Collection


I believe that a beautiful home isn’t just about how a space looks, but also how it feels. Every space, no matter how formal, should have an ease and a welcoming feel. Fragrance, as you would probably agree, can be a very emotional thing. A certain perfume may bring back fond memories of your childhood, the smell of tobacco and worn leather may remind you of your favorite grandfather, while the scent of peonies may remind you of a special day. I love burning scented candles at home to create a warm ambiance and feel that every home should have a signature fragrance. My signature scent is LAFCO’s Penthouse Champagne Candle. It is crisp and clean with hints of grapefruit, lemon, and raspberry. This is the candle that you’ll find burning in my home on any given day as well as the one that I keep stocked in my gift closet at all times.


{A Glimpse of one of the Shelves in my Gift Closet– It’s safe to say that I love LAFCO!}

Since I am a big fan of LAFCO’s line of luxury candles and fragrances, I was thrilled when they asked me to share the launch of their newest collection, Present Perfect. Inspired by the contrasts between classic and contemporary approaches to luxury, the Present Perfect collection, like all of LAFCO’s products, uses the rarest and purest natural essential oils from master perfumers in France and Italy, and hand blends them into beloved original fragrances. These perfume grade, natural fragrances are woven into custom formulas that combine the benefits of actively nourishing botanicals with innovative technologies. In addition, their candles are vegan and soy-based while all of their products are free of sulfates, silicones, paragons, and synthetics. The Present Perfect collection is composed of several enchanting scents, including my new favorite, Gardenia and Lime. Be sure to keep this beautiful and luxurious collection in mind when shopping for new fragrances for your home as well as for the upcoming holidays! Candles in particular are my go-to hostess gift because they are easy, elegant, and everyone loves them.


{I have burned the Gardenia & Lime candle which comes in a beautiful prismatic glass vessel non-stop for the past week and can’t get enough of the lush fragrance. The floral top notes are romantic and transportive– I feel like I am in the Garden District of New Orleans.}


{Watermint & Neroli is a modern, feminine fragrance. I have been using the lotion and hand cream which are rich and nourishing.}


{Honeysuckle and Bergamot brings together the delicate scent of honeysuckle with layers of crisp bergamot and tarragon.}


{Freesia & Waterlily is a fresh take on a feminine freesia-based fragrance mixed with vibrant water lily and sparkling green notes.}


{Rose and Elemi is a beguiling blend of classic rose, exotic peppers, and elemi wood.}


{Orange Blossom and Pomegranate is bursting with bright citrus notes and hints of vivacious orange blossom.}

Be sure to visit LAFCO for more on the Present Perfect collection along with all of their signature fragrances.


{This post is sponsored by LAFCO. All opinions are genuinely my own.}

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  1. Love LAFCO candles; have been using them myself and gifting them for a few years. New collection sounds lovely although I’m sorry they felt the need to put their label on the candles; prefer the look of their House and Home collection candle.