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Kendra Scott launches candle collection

Kendra Scott Rose Quartz tumbler candle with notes of lily and blonde woods.
Kendra Scott Rose Quartz tumbler candle with notes of lily and blonde woods.

Jewelry designer Kendra Scott is expanding her home collection with the introduction of four candles.

Each candle scent embodies the qualities of its namesake stone and is designed to evoke memories, feelings and sensations that come from the sense of smell.

“The Kendra Scott Candle Collection is a monumental step toward our vision of Kendra Scott as an all-encompassing lifestyle brand,” said Scott, designer and founder. “Our gemstone-inspired candles give customers the opportunity to find a scent that warms their home and matches their every mood.”

The collection and descriptions:

  • KS Signature – A smile that brightens the room, a joy that's infectious, an optimism that knows no limits, and an energy that believes anything is possible. With subtle notes of lily and blonde woods, this uplifting scent is distinctively Kendra Scott.
  • Rose Quartz – A light, romantic bouquet of wild peony and rose petals with a sweet whisper of vanilla and raspberry nectar.
  • Malachite – Woodsy green ivy balanced with notes of exotic frankincense and warm amber create a sultry, captivating aroma.
  • Amethyst – A calm, uplifting blend of blackberry and lilac blossoms with a background of sandalwood to balance this rejuvenating scent.

An 8-ounce tumbler candle is $65; votive, $25 and three votive gift set, $70.

Other home collection items include picture frames, decorative accessories and trays. The candles are available online and in stores. There’s a Kendra Scott store in Classen Curve and in Tulsa at Utica Square.

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