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Glamping brings the best of the outside world into your own comfy inside world, and it’s available in a tin so you can experience that vibe in any space.
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Anecdote Candles' fragrances are all made to get people to really ~feel~ something. Their smells are influenced by "personal recollections and cultural trends." We suggest you get Rooftop Soirée if you want to be transported to boozy summer nights ASAP.
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These candles are particularly well suited to the mom who has sensitivities to artificial scents: Each naturally derived coconut-soy wax concoction is hand-poured and made with phthalate-free fragrance oils, sans any additives, dyes, or preservatives.
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“Whenever I’m stumped about what to gift a friend, I default to candles—and Anecdote's coconut-soy wax blend is a winner with its female empowerment message and fresh AF scent."
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"On its label, Anecdote Candles' Old Flame claims to smell like bad mistakes and repeat offenders. In reality, the santal scent is based in deep sandalwood and leather, with hints of cardamom and violet."
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"If you like scents that tell a story, Anecdote Candles is the perfect brand for you."
Anecdote Candle's 2022 fall line smells like ghosting, knit sweaters and farmers markets
"Anecdote Candles has officially dropped their fall 2022 collection. And, as usual, they’ve somehow perfectly summed up all of the fall feels in a flame."
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"Aside from its pro-choice appeal, the candle also smells like straight heaven (and freedom!)—a.k.a. a blend of orchid, amber nutmeg, and creamy sandalwood."
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"Take a personal day and light Anecdote Candles' Astrological Storming candle, which was designed specifically for tough retrograde times."
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"The $26 candles are from Design Milk’s Anecdote Candles collection and do, in fact, come with the descriptors that Marlo assigned to each of her castmates (as well as many others)."
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"Anecdote uses familiar phrases and feelings to create their scents, with Flannel and Fedoras being the scent of the season. According to the site, this smells like “a road trip to Portland,” with notes of oakmoss, amber, and sandalwood."
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"Some of us may have realized we relish in staying at home, and this cheekily named coffee-and-cedar-scented candle embodies that cozy comfort."
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"Created for anyone who needs a good excuse to light a candle when things go wrong, Anecdote Candles' Astrological Storming candle was created to smell like full moons and Mercury in retrograde."
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"According to the product description, this candle “smells like good vibes and fresh gossip,” and we all know somebody who loves those two things (in no particular order)."
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"We like Anecdote for its ephemeral scents like the aptly scented Basic, which smells like “pumpkin spice lattes and cable knit sweaters”—aka cardamom, clove, cinnamon, and a hint of Valencia orange..."
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"The only thing a woman in her 30s will love more than early nights and steady paychecks is this sophisticated coconut-soy wax blend candle, which smells like a clean, earthy blend of fig and sandalwood."
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"Anecdote Candles kind of called it when they said their 2022 candle smells like “high hopes and low expectations.” So what can we expect for 2023? According to Anecdote, “who even knows?”