Editor's Pick: Cheryl's Festive (But Not Too Piney) Holiday Candle

This year I've been feeling the holidays really early--like two weeks before Thanksgiving-early. (I'm blaming all the time I spent researching the NYC holiday windows.) But rather than succumb to the temptation of A Christmas Story just yet ("You'll shoot your eye out!"), I bought a holiday candle.
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This year I've been feeling the holidays really early--like two weeks before Thanksgiving-early. (I'm blaming all the time I spent researching the NYC holiday windows.) But rather than succumb to the temptation of A Christmas Story just yet ("You'll shoot your eye out!"), I bought a holiday candle.
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This year I've been feeling the holidays really early--like two weeks before Thanksgiving-early. (I'm blaming all the time I spent researching the NYC holiday windows.) But rather than succumb to the temptation of A Christmas Story just yet ("You'll shoot your eye out!"), I bought a holiday candle.

I love candles, but hate ones that smell like pine trees or sugar cookies. I particularly love Diptyque candles--and every year they have beautiful holiday scents in festive holders. My choice this year? Amber Oud, a warm and spicy fragrance that smells a bit musky with a sharp spice undertone. No fake pine at all. And now it's officially Thanksgiving, so I'm burning it proudly while wearing my tackiest Christmas sweater.

Get it here.