Another Housewives Candle Collection Just Launched — but It’s Not What You Might Think
If you hadn’t noticed, Real Housewives take their candles very seriously. Need proof? For starters, a game involving candles caused a stir on a group trip on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. And who could forget the multi-season argument over the number of wicks on The Real Housewives of Potomac? With that in mind, Literie recently launched a candle collection inspired by some of the most iconic moments in Housewives history, and we have all the details on the incredible scents.
The collection includes eight unique candles, each priced at $45: Bravoholic; Snowing in Pasadena; Sprinkle Cookies; Flipping Tables; September, Spring, Summer; Go to Sleep!; Nine Lemons in a Bowl; and Money Can’t Buy You Class. The full franchise collection is available for $275, and you can light each one with the brand’s The Real Housewives Matches for $5.
See each of the candles below:
The name says it all: This Pinot Grigio inspired candle is the perfect addition to any Bravoholic's home.
Snowing in Pasadena
This smoke-and-pine-scented candle is a nod to a memorable story that made waves on Season 11 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
If, like us, you’re still thinking about Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga’s argument over sprinkle cookies that took place more than a decade ago on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, this vanilla-and-sugar-scented candle is for you.
This candle, based on an unforgettable moment from Teresa’s debut season, is scented with cedar and suede.
September, Spring, Summer
No need to wait 14 years for this grass-and-juniper-scented candle inspired by Shereé Whitfield’s quote about her long-awaited line, She by Shereé.
Go to Sleep!
With a fresh lavender scent, this candle will get you ready for a peaceful slumber far away from Scary Island.
Nine Lemons in a Bowl
You can follow Shannon Storms Beador’s advice in her tagline for Season 10 of The Real Housewives of Orange County: “When life gives you lemons, put nine in a bowl,” or you can light this citrus-and-ivy-scented candle as an alternative way to bring positive energy into your home.
Money Can’t Buy You Class
Although Luann de Lesseps’ song makes it clear that “money can’t buy you class,” it can buy you this candle with hints of of paper and linen.