P.S. In case you are new to luxury candles, make sure to visit my Candle Care Tips post on how to burn them properly.
Hourglass Cosmetics Flagship Store Opens on Abbot KinneySeptember 21, 2014
NARS 8412 Melrose BoutiqueApril 4, 2014
Diptyque Paris Boutique | Larchmont, Los AngelesMarch 26, 2014
I always love visiting a new boutique. Diptyque always manages to style their home candles and fragrances so beautifully in stores. You can find more coverage from The Beauty Look Book visits on Diptyque Boutiques located in San Francisco and South Coast Plaza. Have you visited one of the boutiques?
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Diptyque Boutique South Coast PlazaNovember 2, 2013
Diptyque Boutique Maiden Lane – San FranciscoOctober 27, 2013
The Maiden Lane boutique is a small intimate store. It has a warm slightly rustic-library feel with the wood shelves and decor. The store is split into an upper and lower level creating a home-like feel. The combination of all the scents was so incredible. I wished I could take the entire store and transport it into my own home. I learned so much from the Diptyque staff on each of the different categories of scents – they were incredibly friendly and patient with all our questions as we asked about each candle. I’ve since developed quite a long wish list of items to try in the future. Due to our traveling situation I limited myself to 2 items (since we didn’t want to check any luggage) and purchased two of the Boutique Exclusives in Mousses (forest-moss) and Tilleul (linden tree). If you have a chance to visit one of the boutiques I highly recommend it. The store Diptyque reps are incredibly helpful and knowledgeable. The stores themselves are decorated so beautifully – I felt inspired to up the game in our own house decoration-wise with subtle candle accents.