… And the Fairies Ran Away With Their Clothes Perfume OilAdd to cart
Lemon-yellow sunbeams streaming through evergreen boughs, waving on wild grass. A rustle of linen, lace, and cotton, and a soft breath of fae blossoms.
Lazy Daisy Perfume OilOut of Stock
Lilith isn’t really all that lazy, but it is the name of her preferred stitch. Four years ago, Lilith took up knitting. Two years ago, it was weaving. This past year: embroidery. Neither Lil nor I are great at it yet, but not for lack of trying. At least no one that comes over to our place is ever at a loss for a tea towel since our embroidery adventure started.
(Tea towels. So. Many. Tea towels.)
Cotton stained with jasmine tea, Earl Grey, and a bit of oolong.
Mr. Young Perfume OilAdd to cart
He finished thumbing the so-called tobacco into the pipe and glared at the little sign on the wall of the waiting room that said that, for his own comfort, he would not smoke. For his own comfort, he decided, he’d go and stand in the porch. If there was a discreet shrubbery for his own comfort out there, so much the better.
Pipe tobacco, black tea, starched white cotton, and a very respectable aftershave.
Norman Perfume OilAdd to cart
Hoodie cotton and milk-splashed denim with a hint of pine needles and ectoplasm.
Tlazolteotl Perfume OilSelect Options
It is the lady of midnight and she has arrived! She of Two Faces, She Who Eats Filth, the Death Caused by Lust – Tlazolteotl – is the Aztec goddess of the regenerative function of the earth, human sexuality, and fertility. She represents the active female principle in the eternal cycle of life feeding death and death feeding life. Her arms, dressed in flayed skins, embrace mirrored principles of sin and purification: she inspires lust, depravity, overindulgence, vice, lechery, and licentiousness, and is also empowered to cleanse and forgive moral, spiritual, and fleshly sins. Her scent is a melding of her symbols and offerings: chapapote and black copal with cacao, black honey, maize, and cotton blossoms.
Traditional Sheet Ghost Perfume OilOut of Stock
Immaculate. Economical. Institutional. The gold standard of the hospitality industry, a perfect blank canvas to color with our darkest dreams, our filthiest fantasies. The “little black dress” of the Halloween jetset, this holiday standard has become even more iconic with age thanks to innumerable film and TV appearances. Long may she wave!
Cool white cotton, marshmallow fluff, and lemony Oman frankincense.
Wensleydale Perfume OilAdd to cart
“My father says there’s no such thing as witches,” said Wensleydale, who had fair, wavy hair, and peered seriously out at life through thick black rimmed spectacles. It was widely believed that he had once been christened Jeremy, but no one ever used the name, not even his parents, who called him Youngster. They did this in the subconscious hope that he might take the hint; Wensleydale gave the impression of having been born with a mental age of forty seven.
An immaculately clean scent: well-scrubbed soapy skin and fresh cotton.