29 Candles To Buy Anyone On Your Holiday Gift-List
We're ready to go to bat with a bold shopping statement: Candles are theideal holiday gift for anyone on our lists this season. Whether used as artful decor pieces or strictly for fragrance, these little home buys are prime examples of flexibly-affordable luxury; you can scoop up a myriad of scents and styles ranging between chic $10 and under steals to swankier $50 and up finds. And because the shopping options seem endless, candles' giftability factor directly correlates.
Maybe you're already on our side, or perhaps you vehemently disagree — but wherever you land, stick around to hear us out with the curated candle hit-list ahead. We've lined up 29 luxe options that cover a sea of price points and fashions for effortless gifting material. Scroll ahead to discover the candle match for the easiest and hardest to shop for on your holiday list.
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