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 email@example.com and you could be featured during Scentsy Fashion week, too!
Enjoy the show!
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This made my day! The baby blue leisure suit is my favorite! - See more at: clothing manufacturer
Love it.. very creative
Where's my picture???
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 :)
Loved the pics! I hope there are more to come... :-)
These were FUN! I can't wait to see more.....what a crazy cool idea!
Are there more pictures?? and has the winner been announced?
Love them all, however, Dotty is my Favorite!
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.
My favorite picture is the one with the Lili wrap from the Silhouette Collection! Nicely done :)
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.
this is cool, i like it alot, just wondering if the sunflower warmer is still available?
I too want the sunflower warmer...its my favorite post...well maybe Dotty too.
you can always ask around and someone may have the sunflower warmer that they are willing to trade you for something else.
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!
Too funny! Can't wait to see more!!
"Dotty" and "Pop!" are so cute!! And is that a wall of Starbuck's cups in the first pic?? Holy moly!
This made my day! The baby blue leisure suit is my favorite!
squeal Fright Night MY FAVORITE warmer! awesome job everyone.
Bring Back My Bar is always a huge hit with customers, Consultants and employees in the home office. After all, it’s a chance to revisit fragrances we love, or try scents that came and went before our time.
What is it about fragrance that intrigues us? The obvious answer is that fragrance is fabulous! It transforms our favorite spaces into sanctuaries and enhances our mood. But fragrance also conjures memories from every phase of our lives, from childhood to that great gathering last week.
Lucky for me and countless others, there are plenty of fragrances featured in our latest Bring Back My Bar promotion ready to transport us to our happy place.
Here are the ones that most speak to me:
Oats & Honey
I’ve been on or around horses most of my life, and this reminds me of the room or space in every barn where the grain is kept — or these days, my car when I swing by the feed store on the way home from work. Sweet, toasty, warm. I’m instantly comforted, every time.
When I was growing up, my dad had a rose garden that he’d tend on evenings and weekends. I remember he’d always come inside with little scratches on his hands from the thorns. Simply Rose reminds me of following him around, watching as he pruned and plucked while savoring the beautiful fragrance of the blooms he loved.
Banana Nut Bread
I’m a wreck in the kitchen, but my husband loves to bake. Banana bread is one of his favorites, and this warm, fresh-from-the-oven fragrance perfectly captures his culinary adventures.
Two of my favorite things in one fragrance! Cherry Vanilla reminds me of the Shirley Temples I’d order as a kid whenever my parents took me to a nice restaurant. I’d feel so mature! The vanilla gives the fragrance a hint of creamy sweetness that anyone who enjoys fruiter scents will love.
What other Scentsy fragrances are being temporarily brought back from retirement? Here’s the complete list of our current Bring Back My Bar fragrances:
Banana Nut Bread
Cherry Almond Pie
Happy Go Lucky
Oats & Honey
Wild Black Cherry
Which Scentsy fragrances evoke memories for you? Be sure to let us know in the comments!
When I was a kid, my parents would take me to a Christmas tree farm where patrons could chop down their own trees. Bear in mind, these were smallish trees in a controlled setting, neatly planted and grown in rows so the city folk could swoop in and do their thing without much difficulty. It was like chopping lite. You get the experience without having to fight too hard for it.
But when I moved to Northern Idaho from the Bay Area as an adult, I was determined to take this experience to the next level and actually venture into a real forest — not the manmade farms of my youth — and chop down a “wild” tree. So I saddled up my horse, grabbed a not-nearly-sharp-enough hatchet and set off into mountains in search of my fantasy tree. There was about two feet of snow on the ground, the air was crisp and clean, and we even saw two young bull moose jog across our path (I later learned that I was fortunate they didn’t perceive us as a threat and charge). All in all, I was sure this would be a memory I’d pass down with misty-eyed pride to my own children, and maybe even the grandkids.
After an hour or so of searching, I found it: the perfect tree. It was majestic. Eighteen feet and nearly as full as it was tall. I immediately dismounted and got to work.
Nearly two hours later, my not-nearly-sharp-enough hatchet had only left what looked like glorified scratches on the trunk. Have you ever tried to cut through strong, healthy pine? It’s really difficult, especially without a power tool. But I was determined to finish what I’d started and live out the fantasy, so I kept at it until the poor thing was finally on the ground. Then I had to tie it to my saddle for us to drag home, which I did without issue thanks to my mellow, level-headed horse who had experience pulling buggies and carts.
And then we began the long, slow trek back to the barn. We’d probably ventured five miles into the forest, which didn’t seem so bad on the way out. But now that we were dragging a huge tree through two feet of snow, it felt like a death march. The deep snow kept dragging the tree off-center, causing the rope to dig into my side. By the time we finally made it back, I had these nasty welts on my torso that would take a couple weeks to heal. By then, though, I didn’t care. I was just so relieved that my ill-planned ordeal was over and, most importantly, that my horse was unscathed.
I was living in a doublewide at the time, so I had to cut at least three-quarters off the tree before it would actually fit inside my place. And by the time I’d finished, the grandiosity was gone and I was left with what amounted to the top six feet of the tree. But I decorated the thing anyway and swore I’d never fall prey to my fleeting whims again (I did, of course, but thankfully in other areas of my life).
These days, I stick to a faux tree. I know it may seem like sacrilege to some, but it’s easy (so blessedly easy!) and looks real, which is good enough for me. And with the right decorations, our house looks plenty festive.
Do you have any crazy, fun or downright weird Christmas tree-related stories? Share them in the comments!
And if you’re looking for ways to spruce up your holiday décor, be sure to contact your Consultant or find one near you to check out Scentsy’s seasonal products.
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