Harlem Candle Company

"Lady Day" luxury candle

$ 48

When Billie Holiday sang the blues, the world was immediately seduced by her torchy tones. Throbbing, compelling and spellbinding… they called her Lady Day and she beckoned you closer and gripped you in your very soul.  Dare to discover the smoky shadows and secret salons where she reigned supreme. Our Lady Day candle, evokes the irresistible excitement of her Harlem nights and joyful appetite for life.  

Inspired by the white gardenia she always wore in her hair, a luminous opening of Lush Green Leaves, Neroli Blossom and Sparkling Bergamot lead to a velvet heart of Creamy Gardenia, Jasmine Petals and Ylang Ylang. Coffee Flower adds a spicy nuance, and a warm, addictive base of Coconut Milk, Sandalwood and Vetiver provide the perfect finish to this intoxicating blend that is vibrant and full bodied, yet graceful and delicate. Just like Lady Day.

Top: Lush Green Leaves, Neroli Blossom, Sparkling Bergamot
Middle: Gardenia, Jasmine Petals, Ylang Ylang, Coffee Flower 
Base: Coconut Milk, Sandalwood, Vetiver

Volume: 12oz

Diameter: 3.25 in
Height: 4.25 in
Burn time: 80 hours

Customer Reviews

Based on 106 reviews
Jennie L.
Beautiful candle!

Bought this as a gift for my sister-in-law, and she LOVED it. It's a gorgeous candle, and it's one of her favorite scents. It fills a room really nicely without being too much or oppressive.

Ursula B.
Great gift!

The Lady Day candle is beautifully scented and packaged for gift giving!

Soft, feminine, nostalgic…

Last Day is a light feminine scent that reminds me of my grandmother in the best way possible. It’s slightly powdery and slightly floral but not over bearing.

Gwendowlyn B.
My Favorite

Lady Day is my favorite scent. The candles are pricey but the fragrance lingers and smells wonderful

Erika B.
In love

I’m in love with these candles. Lady day is just a beautiful, feminine scent. I use it in my home office, and it instantly brightens my mood. I have Josephine as well and I’m not sure which one I like the best. They are both amazing. Icing on the cake that these are black-owned and in honor of such a significant period in black culture.

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