Do you love the idea of pampering yourself (or your loved ones) as well as opening a little present each day? If you do, you must know that advent calendars are the ultimate gifts that keep on giving. Apart from holding a number of surprises, these gift boxes also allow you to countdown the number of days before Christmas in a fun and exciting way.
As children, you may have grown up with homemade or store-bought advent calendars that your parents have given you and your siblings. Normally, these are the calendars and that are filled with sweets and chocolates. While these are still very much in demand today, you might be hankering for another type of sweet ending.
Because of the increasing popularity, many brands and companies are jumping onto this trend and making advent calendars of their own. The catch? These can cost more than a hundred bucks. Let's look back on the most luxurious, and most expensive, advent calendars of 2019.
Paul & Joe Beaute Makeup Collection
Perhaps the most ‘affordable’ one from the bunch, Paul & Joe Beaute is not one to disappoint. In spite of its relatively ‘cheaper’ price tag, this brand provides everything you’ll need and more for your makeup looks this season. Designed with winter-resistant florals, this collection includes the brand’s iconic goods.
Dubbed as Paul & Joe’s biggest advent calendar ever, the 2019 collection featured a wide range of items that cover every cosmetic department. This package includes base makeup and makeup for the eyes. Plus, it also includes items for your lips, nails, cheeks, skincare, body care, and a cute pouch to boot.
9. Charlotte Tilbury Glittery Galaxy Of Makeup Magic Advent Calendar
Enter the enchanting galaxy created by Charlotte Tilbury. Created by a makeup artist to the stars, this brand has a cult following for a reason. Inside you’ll find four full-sized products among the 12 days of surprises you’re in for. Did we mention that the best-selling lipstick shade Pillow Talk is included? The Wonderglow makeup primer is also included, making you feel pampered throughout.
8. Giorgio Armani Beauty Advent Calendar
What’s Christmas without the perennial holiday colors of red and gold, right? If this color combination is one you could not live without, make sure to check out Armani Beauty’s advent calendar. With 24 days of beauty, makeup, skincare, fragrance, and other exclusive goodies, your investment is sure to be worth it.
7. Net-a-Porter 25 Days Of Beauty Advent Calendar
There’s a reason why Net-a-Porter’s advent calendars sell out so quickly. In 2018, Town and Country said the calendar sold out almost instantly.
Worth over $900 combined, a much-coveted box gets you the best luxury finds on the market. From Charlotte Tilbury’s lipstick and 11Skin’s Rose Gold Radiance Booster to the Marc Jacobs and Joanna Vargas brands, you can see why this gets quickly nabbed by fans.
6. Diptyque Paris Advent Calendar
Is smelling good and feeling fresh on top of your list? If the answer is yes, the Diptyque collection is your dream come true. Featuring 25 scents from the popular French fragrance brand, you can get your hands on the best luxe offerings like mini sizes of their perfumes, their sensational candles, and body butter in this kit. Buyers could expect to see Roses, Baies, Feu de Bois, and Eau de Minthe as they opened some of the boxes.
5. Jo Malone Advent Calendar
Another scent-sational advent calendar is that of Jo Malone’s. Known for their long-wearing and ‘layerable’ perfumes, this is for anyone who wants to stand out from the crowd and create their own signature scent. With a total of 24 pieces, you’ll have loads of fun discovering amazing-smelling goodies. Including perfumes, colognes, bath and body items, and many more, Jo Malone has definitely got you covered.
4. Dr. Barbara Sturm Advent Calendar 2019
While the festivities call for wild celebrations and the blissful abandonment of responsibilities, this does not mean neglecting your skin. These physician-approved and dermatologically-tested products to make your skin glow.
Dr. Barbara Sturm is renowned and praised in the skincare community for her minimalist yet luxurious way of taking care of the skin. Some of the items you get from the set include a hydrating face cream and an anti-aging primer.
3. Missoma 12 Days To Shine Jewelry Advent Calendar
Jewelry fans surely celebrated with this exceptional creation from Missoma. Despite commanding a higher price tag, know that this collection comes with gold pave earrings.
Apart from gold earrings and hoops, you can complete the set with matching necklaces and bracelets. Since they’re here to give you bang for your buck deals, Missoma has designed a beautiful and quirky carrying case with a matching trinket tray to boot. What else would you need, right?
2. Carolina Bucci Forte Beads Bracelet Advent Calendar
Not one to stick with the rules of fashion, design, and jewelry? You’re in for a treat with the Carolina Bucci FORTE beads. A grown-up version of DIY bracelets, this set comes with one Lurex cord complimented by 18-karat gold tips contained ina velvet pouch. Per day, there were also two hardstone beads to be unboxed.
To make your ending truly sweet, Carolina Bucci stored an 18-karat Florentine Finish bead to complete your look. The best part? You can choose and customize the colors of your bracelet cord, the tip color, and the golden bead color.
1. Tiffany & Co. Ultimate Advent Calendar
Town & Country’s not wrong to say this is perhaps one of the most expensive advent calendars ever created in history. Besides having created only four limited-edition boxes for the whole world, what makes this advent calendar have a massive price tag is its contents. Featuring an 18-karat rose gold pendant with diamonds, a diamond-encrusted watch, the fan-favorite Tiffany Key, and more – this box was designed to ‘wow’ audiences and receivers from every angle.
Counting down the days to Christmas can certainly be luxurious with these collections. Keep an eye out for next year’s calendars, who knows what you might find.
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