A few months ago, one of our brilliant design managers, John Warfel, was sporting a retro baby blue leisure suit straight out of the 70’s. Oddly enough when I saw him my first thought wasn’t “What are you wearing?!” it was, “Wow! With the right flower you would look like a walking, talking Baby’s Breath Warmer!” From that experience Scentsy Fashion Week was born: an entire week dedicated to wearing clothing inspired by our favorite Scentsy Warmers. Each day this week, we will post photos of Scentsy employees wearing their best interpretation of Scentsy Warmers. Want to join in on the fun? Send me photos of your warmer-inspired fashion to firstname.lastname@example.org and you could be featured during Scentsy Fashion week, too!
Enjoy the show!
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squeal Fright Night MY FAVORITE warmer! awesome job everyone.
This made my day! The baby blue leisure suit is my favorite!
"Dotty" and "Pop!" are so cute!! And is that a wall of Starbuck's cups in the first pic?? Holy moly!
Too funny! Can't wait to see more!!
this is cool, i like it alot, just wondering if the sunflower warmer is still available?
Hi Rindy, unfortunately it's not available. That warm is actually around 4 years old! If you're looking for something sunflower-esque you might try the Flore or Sol Warmers, they're both very summery and cute!
you can always ask around and someone may have the sunflower warmer that they are willing to trade you for something else.
I too want the sunflower warmer...its my favorite post...well maybe Dotty too.
How fun! Great pix. What a great idea for guest at an Open House. May just try this in May. Love Scentsy
That is an awesome idea for an open house.
My favorite picture is the one with the Lili wrap from the Silhouette Collection! Nicely done :)
I can always ask someone in my group if they might know of someone who has it and would be willing to give it up.
Love them all, however, Dotty is my Favorite!
Are there more pictures?? and has the winner been announced?
These were FUN! I can't wait to see more.....what a crazy cool idea!
Loved the pics! I hope there are more to come... :-)
I think that is a great idea, I loved all of the inspirations. Maybe we should do a Bring Back My Warmer like what we do with the scents. Just saying :)
Where's my picture???
Love it.. very creative
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By: Megan Holbrook
My mom is an excellent cook. She always had a delicious and nutritious home-cooked meal on the table. And if weekday meals were good, holiday meals were great. We’d have days of amazing leftovers following all the major fall and winter holidays. However, despite my mom’s culinary prowess, even she will confess that I am the only person in our family who can prepare a proper Thanksgiving dinner.
I’ve spent the better part of seven years perfecting not just my holiday menu, but also the timing and preparation of this fabulous feast. I begin preparing for Thanksgiving the Sunday before, when I do the shopping and prepare the turkey for brining. Then I make my delicious molded cranberries, prep the mashed potatoes, make my famous butternut squash chowder and blanch the green beans. When the big day comes, I just have to pop the turkey in the oven, mash the potatoes, bake the stuffing, and reheat the green beans and chowder. Although it takes a lot of time to prepare, the holiday itself is effortless, and I so love watching the reactions of my family and friends as they enjoy this remarkable feast.
When you take so much pride and care in preparing a holiday meal, you want your décor to enhance the food and the ambiance. Whether you’re planning for the decadence of Thanksgiving or the fun of Halloween, you’re sure to find the perfect complement for any fall festivity in the 2014 Harvest Collection brochure!
Check out the Autumn Glow Lampshade Collection Warmer. Its falling leaf pattern adds a warm, sophisticated glow to any fall celebration. Speaking of sophisticated glows, the new Pumpkin Lace Warmer is one gorgeous gourd that adds elegance to harvest and Halloween décor alike. If you like your glow ghoulish, check out the new Bonehead Warmer. And if cute is more your style, you’re sure to love the Itsy Bitsy Element Warmer.
What’s your favorite warmer from the Harvest Collection?
By Special Guest
Or in other words, HOORAY! We’re thrilled to announce the big news that on Sept. 8, 2014, Scentsy will be launching in France, Spain, and Austria. We can’t wait to start warming hearts and enlivening the senses in these fabulous places.
To celebrate this big news, we’d like to share a few fun facts about the countries that will soon be part of the Scentsy Family!
· Austria is the birthplace of a LOT of famous composers! To name a few, Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn, Franz Liszt, Franz Schubert, Anton Bruckner, Johann Strauss, Sr. and Johann Strauss, Jr.
· One of Austria’s culinary hallmarks is the exquisite "Krapfen," which are delicate doughnuts filled with apricot jam or custard.
· Austria has lot of great mountains, and skiing, mountaineering, and hiking are popular sports.
· Spain produces 44% of all the earth’s olive oil.
· The name “Spain” comes from the word “ispania,” which means “land of rabbits.”
· It comes as a surprise to many people that the food in Spain is generally not spicy. Spanish cuisine is flavorful, colorful, and zesty—but not spicy!
· A lot of well-known artists are Spanish, including Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, and Joan Miro.
· The tooth fairy doesn’t visit Spain. But a little tooth mouse named Ratoncito Perez does!
· The French have won more Nobel prizes for literature than any other country.
· Famous French inventions include the hot air balloon, parachute, and the submarine.
· The Eiffel Tower is repainted every seven years.
· The United States’ Statue of Liberty was made in France. It was gifted to the US in 1886 to celebrate its centennial.
· The concept of blue jeans was born in France and then brought to the US by Levi Strauss as a good clothing option for gold diggers in California.
A behind the scenes look into all things Scentsy Family, from fragrance to fashion to food—this is the Scentsy Lifestyle.
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