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Chesapeake Bay Candles
I enjoy a home that smells good. I’m a person who loves candles and light candles all the time. I love fresh, highly fragrant scents as soon as I wake up (when I’m cleaning), and a soft, floral scent a couple hours before I go to bed. I obviously like to use a natural wax, like soy. I used to make and sell candles a long time ago, so I have a lot of experience with different waxes, scents, and formulas.
Chesapeake Bay Candle has highly scented soy candles in beautiful container. I love when a product’s container can be reused for cute storage. Once I’ve finished burning these candles, I’ll clean the jars and use them to plant succulents and other plants. I’ve already tried taking the clear package labels off and they were coming off easily with no residue.
Since 1994 Chesapeake Bay Candle has been providing nature-inspired fragrances in stylish packaging. The candles that they sent all came from their Heritage Collection which embraces the essence of the Bay, providing soothing, energizing, and refreshing scents. The packaging also reflects the coastal theme.
The candles came in a frosted white glass jar with beautiful wood lid (with a cute twine loop attached). I can smell the fresh air and cotton scent throughout. It’s one of those scents that are perfect for an all-day clean smell. The jar notes that it burns for 34 hours. I’ll get there soon enough, because I’ve been burning it for at least 4 hours (at different times) a day for the last few days.
The Cypress & Oak large jar candle reminds me of Christmas and is one of my favorite smells. I’ll describe the smell as the scent of lavender planted at the bed of all the trees of an evergreen forest. It’s not a super strong scent, so I can burn it for a long time without getting overwhelmed by it and can smell it throughout the entire house.
Make sure you try the Chesapeake Bay Candle for their beautiful and highly scented candles. There’s a whole lot more to choose from, too!
Joseph Ribkoff Clothing
Joseph Ribkoff Clothing is an emerging trend this winter and is a well-established female clothing brand that will continue to grow. With a famous client-base including Jane McDonald and Miss America, it already has a great following and this will only increase. This is a sophisticated and glamorous clothing range and is one to look out for.
Founded in 1957 by Joseph Ribkoff this Canadian company designs, sews and produces all their clothing in Quebec, Canada. Synonymous with great fit and known for its uncrushable fabrics, Joseph Ribkoff is an established favourite of Anne Furbank customers. From evening wear to cruise wear to everyday basic pieces, Joseph Ribkoff is always glamorous and sophisticated yet easy to wear. It makes fabulous holiday wear too, so you can take your Joseph Ribkoff clothing wherever you go.
CINO Apparel: Crinkle Shirt
CINO is for women who love fashion and are passionate about great clothes that can be worn dressed up or dressed down. CINO is fashion-forward, stylish, feminine and sexy. I really didn’t realize the shirts had a “crinkle style” until it had arrived. At first I thought it was just because it of the way it was packaged, but quickly learned that was the style! The sleeves can be rolled up and fastened with the button or just rolled up once to show off the paisley design. The sleeves offer 4 buttons for various lengths. If you want the carefree look, then you will love the drying process but it will take longer. Just twist and place into a knot… yes, a knot! In all my years, I have never dried my clothes like this.
I love my shirt! I can wear it wrinkled for a casual look or iron it for a more polished, put together look. I love the way it fits, I love the color, I love the contrasting patterns! It is lightweight so I can wear it on those breezy in the morning, turn warmer in the afternoon types of day. To be honest, I have yet to iron it. I do air dry by twisting into a rope so the crinkle will come back. Well done, CINO!