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@Din Most suppliers have designer fragrance oils.  I don't know if I would consider them luxury scents unless they cost way more than I'm willing to pay.  :)  For instance, I make Love Spell candles (Victoria's Secret type), but the cost of the fragrance oil is comparable to the others I buy.  Here are some links to designer/brand FO's from suppliers I buy from.

 

https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/designer-fragrance-oils

 

https://www.candlemaking.com/candlemaking/candle-fragrance-oils-and-scents/designer.html

 

https://www.candlewic.com/store/category.aspx?q=c147&title=Designer-and-Brand-Candle-Scent

 

I have never ordered from Wellington, but they have designer scents that are more pricey.  I don't know if that means they're luxury and better.  :) 

 

https://www.wellingtonfragrance.com/Designer-Fragrance-Oils-C9.aspx

 

 

 

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The flaming Candle has a fragrance called cashmere cedar! You'll thank me later. I would try it as an opening November scent. Super warm and luxurious.

 

They also have a fo called rain and angelica. We called it Rain and Lilies, and it was incredibly refreshing. Not a musk smell, but like brisk water kissing lilies.

 

Marshmallow Fireside is also a favorite of ours, cocoa cashmere, and coconut bliss is a true coconut.

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