How did the Holiday season come around so fast?! Here we are at the end of our second year of My Stylish French Box and very excited to reveal our November issue. We chose items for you and your home, something to wear, something sparkly, something sweet smelling – our way of wishing you “Joyeuses Fêtes”, or Happy Holidays, all the way from France!
We received a lot of messages requesting to purchase this box after it was sold out, so exceptionally we have recreated a small batch of boxes that will ship at the beginning of December, in plenty of time for the holidays. If you wish to snap one up, just put in your order here and leave a little note with your order confirming that it is for the November box.
We would love to see how you incorporate these items into your holiday festivities, so tag us on Facebook or Instagram, and check out our Reviews page to read others’ reviews or to leave one of your own!
A printed scarf from Petrusse: We wanted to include a few things in the box that you would be able to wear to your holiday events, and the one thing you will find every French woman wearing as soon as the temperature drops is a chic scarf! This beautiful wool one is lightweight and has a print that reminded us of a delicate lace. You can learn more about Petrusse here!
A festive teacloth from Série Limité Louise: After all the love we received on the stonewashed linen apron included in the August box, these holiday printed teacloths were an obvious choice to add a touch of festive cheer to your kitchen. We love the smaller sizer that make them perfect for your cocktail bar, your holiday party or simply wrapping around the neck of a champagne bottle.
A beautiful necklace from Belle Mais Pas Que: An easy way to bring a French touch to any outfit is a simple, delicate piece of jewelry. This necklace will help you channel your inner française while being the perfect accessory for all your holiday outfits.
A handcrafted candle holder set from Merci Louis: Inspired by 18th-century designs, these two handmade candle holders are adorned with glass beads to best reflect the light from the candles. Very lightweight, it is simple to hang them with the help a small nail
This month’s watercolor print: For her last watercolor of the year, our talented artist Céline Chollet has painted a beautiful timbered house, invoking thoughts of Alsace and its famed Christmas markets. We have so enjoyed Celine’s prints throughout this year, and we want to say a big MERCI for her creations, including the illustrations for our cooking book in August.
Three Christmas decorations from Merci Louis: Adding a French touch to your tree has never been easier with these lovely ornaments and their French silhouettes.
A candle by Secret d’Apothecaire: The wax seal and ribbon on top give a special touch to this delicious-smelling, Normandy-made candle. With it’s screz top lid , it is the perfect travel candle for the holidays
A set of antique sugar tongs: Of course you could put a sugar cube into your tea or coffee with your hands, but isn’t it just so much more elegant to use these beautiful antique sugar tongs? And of course they work for ice cubes too!
What was your favorite item in the November box? We love to hear what you most enjoyed to help us with the choices for future boxes!
And if you are like us and are already thinking ahead to the February box, we’re revealing the theme to you today: La Parisienne! Centered around France’s sparkling capital city, this box will be curated to bring you the best of Paris and to bring out your inner Parisienne. If you’re ready to say OUI to the February box already, you can order yours HERE ! If ordering before early December, please let us know in the order notes whether you wish to purchase the February box or the re-issue of the November box.