Bravo’s new candle collection is the perfect Christmas present for ‘The Real Housewives’ superfans

By Charlie Sawyer

Updated Dec 6, 2022 at 10:57 AM

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Have you ever wished that you could transform your favourite guilty pleasure show into a tangible item to worship and adore? Well, look no further. Bravo—the TV network behind iconic shows such as The Real Housewives franchise—has released a line of candles perfect for any reality TV nut’s stocking.

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Partnering with New York-based, female-owned candle company Literie, Bravo has curated a line of themed candles right in time for the holidays. Each candle is inspired by an iconic Housewives moment, spanning from The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s ‘flipping tables’ scene where star and former convict Teresa Giudice lost it at a family gathering, to The Real Housewives of New York’s ‘go to sleep’ fiasco on scary island. Not sure about you, but I’ve always been #TeamBethanny.

There is a candle for everyone in this new collection. No matter which branch of the Bravo family is your favourite, there’s a sniffing sensation for your nose. Oh, and if you were in need of some matches to help you light these quirky candles, don’t worry—Bravo and Literie have thought of everything, and have provided potential buyers with the option to purchase some ‘certified’ Real Housewives matches.

In terms of what to expect from the different candles, if you’re looking for something fresh and simple, ‘money can’t buy you class’ gives off notes of paper and linen—very Countess Luann. However, if you’re fancying something stronger, ‘nine lemons in a bowl’ focuses on a citrus and ivy scent.

There’s also the opportunity to purchase the entire line of candles for a loved one. You’ll simply have to fork out $190. A small price for a lifetime (or candle-lifetime) of happiness?

So, whatever your preference—there’s a candle for you.

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