Monday, January 14, 2013

PICKS: for 2013!

WOW! 2013 its here. Times flies when you are having fun...
Here at Cathedral we are so excited for NEW beginnings and we are planning to start 2013 in a good note. We selected a few delightful picks to start the new year right! Hope you guys enjoy them too!
  • Patch NYC, Serpent Candle: Petit grain, hay absolute and geranium blended together into a scent as vivid and crisp as a lush garden.  This enchanting and smoothly seductive scent is made from 100% pure soy with a 72 hour burn time this distinct candle is beautifully packaged and ready for gift giving (even if just for yourself). Made in the U.S.A.
  • Dogeared, Elephant Necklace: Make a wish and put on your necklace. elephants are one of the oldest symbols of good luck. wear your necklace as a reminder that whenever you need a little extra luck, just point your trunk up towards the sky and believe!
  • PrĂ© de Provence, French Soaps: Pre de Provence French milled soaps are the longest lasting that we carry...for those who appreciate and require the finest in bath.
  • Lafco, Chamomile Lavender Candle: Master Bedroom Candle is the slightest suggestion of fresh washed linens added to the scent of healing chamomile blossoms and lavender buds to inspire a restful nights sleep and sweet dreams. 
  • Paddywax, Eco Diffusers: In pursuit of social responsibility, Paddywax introduces this smart collection featuring recycled wine bottles with wood tops in 6 luscious scents. Simplicity of design combines with exquisite fragrances to create the perfect guilt free indulgence.
  • Thymes, Eucalyptus collection: Stimulating without being overpowering, Eucalyptus is a scent that not only energizes, but leaves you ready to take on the day with warmth and vitality. Fresh, crisp notes of eucalyptus are surrounded by a bright citrus halo of Italian lemon, lime and bergamot. Trailing close behind are green florals and lemongrass, floating on a bed of herbaceous rosewood and fir.
Available at Cathedral and VI | STAR! 

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