Christmas will be here before we know it. This is one of my favorite times of year. It isn’t just the actual day, but what leads up to the holiday. The energy of the city and the people makes me so happy. I haven’t turned on Christmas music just yet, but I am making gift lists and Christmas cookies will be on my mind very soon. I love the idea of Advent Calendars and there are some great options with some of my favorite brands. The prices range from inexpensive to splurge. Either way, have fun counting down to Christmas!
This adorable Angelina Advent Calendar is $50 and is filled with dark and milk chocolates to sweeten up your Christmas countdown.
Molton Brown makes an amazing advent calendar. This brand is one of my favorites. I currently have their body wash and lotion. The body wash scent stays on all day. The calendar is filled with body washes, lotions, shampoos, and candles. It is priced at $250 but the value is way over $350. It is a splurge but worth it.
I am a huge fan of Palais des Thés and always bring back their vanilla roobios when I am in Paris. This advent calendar is a tea a day for 24 days and is only $25. I would happily take this as a gift. I can’t get enough tea come Winter. This makes a great under $25 gift on your list.
L’Occitane Advent Calendar has an incredible value at $69. Lotions, body washes, and soaps galore. My friend Jennifer has gotten me the Rose hand cream as a gift and it is always in my bag. My hands get so dry in the winter and I love the scent.
Vosges Chocolate is one of my favorite chocolate companies. Their advent calendar is filled with delicious holiday milk and dark chocolates and the price is $140. I would happily take one of these. I already have chocolate at least once a day!
The ultimate tea lovers advent calendar by Fortnum and Mason available at Williams Sonoma. 24 teas over to countdown to Christmas for $56.95.
How will you be counting down to Christmas this year?
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