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If you’re tired of having to replace your vase of dead flowers each week or you simply don’t have access to fresh blooms regularly, you might want to ditch the buds in favor of Diptyque’s latest offering.
Marketed as an explosion of colors, the luxury brand’s new Coloring Spring collection urges customers to “celebrate the revival of nature and the arrival of spring with five brightly colored candles.” And a candle from this limited-edition collection is probably one of the fanciest things that you can treat yourself to this spring.
Each flower-inspired candle is encased in a vibrantly colored glass that is sure to spark some springtime joy whenever you light it and is priced at $74. While we’re partial to the brand’s Mimosa scent, we have a feeling that any candle from this collection is sure to be a winner.
Shop: Powdery Iris Blossom Candle, $74
“The whimsical scent of iris blossom that borrows its lightness from gossamer-thin layers of powder, and its soft elegance from fine leather gloves perfumed with its rhizomes.”
Shop: Geranium Rosa Candle, $74
“A combination of the green and slightly aromatic freshness of fragrant leaves, and the flowery, spicy nuances of the rose with which it naturally shares some of its scents.”
Shop: Mimosa Candle, $74
“In February in the South of France, on the Tanneron hills near Grasse, the mimosas are in bloom. Their sunny golden yellow color stretches as far as the eye can see, and their small velvety blossoms scent the air with velvety, delicately honeyed notes.”
Shop: Freesia Candle, $74
“A large spring bouquet of freesias with their multicolored, fragrant flowers. Yellow, white, pink, violet, purple… Each one reveals its delicate, heady perfume crowned with a touch of pepper.”
Shop: Choisya Candle, $74
“Choisya is the botanical name of the Mexican orange blossom flower. Its fragrance is greener and more lively than its Mediterranean relative. As the shrubs break into bloom the buds slowly open to release their delicate perfume.”
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