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Polly Pockets, VHS tapes, glittery body sprays and Blockbuster are just a few things that’ll instantly take you back to the glory days that were the 1990s. If lately, you’ve been dreaming of those simpler times before social media and smartphones, then you’ll love Otherland’s latest candle collection: Meet Carefree 90s.
The newly launched limited-edition candle trio from the brand is bringing the sweetest parts of the decade home in the form of nostalgia-inducing scents. The collection doesn’t take itself too seriously and is just plain fun — and who couldn’t use a little more of that?
According to co-founder and CEO Abigail Cook Stone, “knowing that scent is the strongest trigger of memory, I was inspired to create this nostalgic collection around my favorite decade. From Clueless to Clarissa and lip smackers to lava lamps, this is my daydreamy tribute to growing up.”
Perfect for ’90s babies and fans of the unforgettable decade alike, this pastel-colored collection is made up of three candles that each retail for $36 — or you can bring all three home for $89. Keep scrolling to get to know each scent!
Dreamlight Candle, $36
Notes of wild freesia, plush plumeria and juicy tangerine
Dreamlight is a floral scent that was inspired by Gap’s iconic fragrances of yesteryear. It’s sweet yet elevated and will have you wishing it came as a perfume too.
Glosspop Candle, $36
Notes of strawberry gloss, hard candy and frosted rose
Glosspop is a rose-forward scent with notes of sugary candy and sweet fruit. You can imagine it like your favorite ’90s body lotion but in candle form.
Blue Jean Baby Candle, $36
Notes of washed denim, white musk and mimosa flower
You can shop the entire collection on Otherland’s website now.
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