If you’re the kind of person who can’t wait until fall candles hit shelves everywhere, then you’re not alone. The fall season ushers in a wave of warm and calming scents. The citrus sweet smells of summer leave and the spicy smells of fall rush in. We’ve gathered some of our favorite fall candles to share with you. With scents like vanilla, cinnamon, pine, and so many more, you’re sure to find a candle or two on this list that will become your new fall favorite.
The Burning Magnolia Co.’s Apple Cinnamon Candle
A list of fall candles isn’t complete without something that smells like a fresh apple pie. This Apple Cinnamon candle fills that criteria beautifully. This soy candle is hand-poured in St. Louis, MO. It’s free of artificial dyes and colorants, so you can burn it without any concerns all season long.
Voluspa’s Baltic Amber Candle
There’s no brand quite like Voluspa in terms of fantastic smelling candles. Even the orange-hued glass jar of the candle helps set the autumn tone immediately. This candle smells like sandalwood, vanilla orchid, and amber resin. It can burn for up to 100 hours and is made of a coconut wax blend with safe ingredients. There are so many reasons to bring this candle into your home to enjoy this fall season.
Woodwick’s Mini Fireside Candle
This candle is aptly named because it smells like a real campfire and even features a crackling sound when burning for the ultimate fall experience. It can burn for up to 40 hours, but you’ll wish it lasted much longer.
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Nest Fragrances’ Pumpkin Chai Candle
Pumpkins and fall go together perfectly, just like the pumpkin scents in this candle. Nest Fragrances’ Pumpkin Chai candle features pumpkin, cinnamon, chai, ginger, and cardamom scents that go together beautifully. This candle has a burn time of 50 to 60 hours. It’ll have your home smelling cozy in no time.
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