Featuring: Lumira No 352 Leather & Cedar Glass Candle
Alternative: Lumira No 352 Leather & Cedar Travel Candle
My friend and I always jest about having smell fetishes, but it’s true. Fragrances are powerful reminders of miscellaneous moments in the past that are associated with that particular scent. Whenever I smell PF Candles’ Amber & Moss, I think of my second year of university, and how much I dreaded my legal jurisprudence subject. It was also around the time I wrote this post. It’s so fascinating how scents correlate with one’s personality, right? I don’t know what this says about me, but the common denominator of all fragrances that I’ve accumulated over the years is that they all have woody, musky notes.
I guess at the very fundament of this article, I’m trying to make a case for smellevision to become a thing, because while you can read compelling adjectives about notes in a fragrance, there’s only so much I can tell you about the Lumira No 352 Leather & Cedar candle that is burning next to my keyboard right now. In case there was any doubt about this matter, it smells divine. Oh, and if you know what it means to love warm, woody scents, let me know.