Monday, 3 March 2014

THE CANDLE EDIT | YANKEE CANDLE SPRING HAUL

Can we just take a moment to appreciate the cuteness of this candle selection.
If you have been following my blog for a while now, you already know about my candle-disease. If you are new though -in that case, thanks for jumping on board!- you need to know that i am compleately obsessed with Yankee Candles. I kinda love every single scent they offer in their endless selection, and i always end up buying loads of small ones in different scents, rather then picking up just one massive jar. I am that indecisive.
This time i've been carried away by all the spring things, and bought a few.
However i'm not gonna go trough every single one, cause some of them are a repurchase, because they were that good. I'm talking about Lemon Lavender, Seasons of peace ( which is a christmas scent, i know but it smells unbelievable, i had to grab another one!) and Turquoise Sky. If you wanna read more about those please click here to read my blogpost about them.
Now, let's talk trough the two gems i just discovered. 
The first, White Gardenia ,is in a separate picture because i bought it and HAD to use it straight away, so i quickly snapped a picture, before burning the crap out of it. Sorry for the violent language, but this is one of the best smelling candles i ever bought. It also reminds me of a very special holiday in Positano.. but that's another story. This basically smells like white gardenias in full flower in the garden. It actually smells just like flowers.
It's very refreshing, natural and stunningly simple as that. It's the case to say.. bloomin' love it. The other one i bought, Garden Sweet Pea, must be a very popular one, as i checked on the Yankee Candle site and it's sold out in every single form or shape. The color of the candle itself is so cute and springy, and the tag is so colorful that it's impossible to resist. This cute one smells like delicate blooms accented with hints of pear, peach, freesia and rosewood. Sounds Good.

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