Currently Burning: Fall Candles

I can’t be the only person to have a slight candle obsession, can I? And by slight, I mean a completely compulsive candle obsession. I know I’m not alone in this, so I’ve decided to share each and every candle that I’ve been burning this fall season.


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Spicey and Warm

Bath & Body Works “Spiced Apple Toddy” ($24.50) – Fill your home with the scents of fall, including cinnamon and clove with hints of delicious apple brandy.

Paddywax “Peony & Patchouli” ($14) – Essentially a mix of nutmeg, cedar, musk, sandalwood, and patchouli that turns your home into a cozy wooden cabin.

Sweet

Bath & Body Works “Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin” ($24.50) – Another favorite, fans of pumpkin pie (or pumpkin anything) will swoon over this blend of cinnamon, vanilla and wonderful pumpkin.

Bath & Body Works “Marshmallow Fireside” ($24.50) – Make your home a little cozier with this sweet candle. The delicious scent of toasted marshmallows is combined with vanilla and amber. It’ll truly smell like marshmallows are being toasted right in front of your eyes.

Wood and Smokey

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia “Cardamom & Vetiver” ($12.99) – Inspired by the spice of cardamom and the woodsy scent of vetiver, the soy candle creates a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Ninety Six “Rosewood” ($20) – A sophisticated take on rose and wood with a healthy dose of peony and musk. And, what’s more, the candle is beautifully iridescent.

Paddywax “Bergamot & Mahogany” ($11) – One of my personal favorites, this urban candle has notes of citrus, eucalyptus, and jasmine while focusing on the aromatic smells of bergamot and mahogany.

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