Hey guys! Jacqueline here. Now that another Labor Day is in the books, we can officially focus on fall. I am definitely one to burn candles year round, but there is something about striking a match and lighting a scented candle during the fall and winter that makes the season even more cozy- especially these last few months of the year. It immediately makes the space feel warm and inviting, while giving off that familiar flickering glow. I love stocking up on all my favorite scents around this time of year, so I’ve decided to share some today… 15 to be exact! If you’re anything like me, they will be burning now, well into the holidays. I know it’s wayyyy early, but they also make great gifts. Continue reading to see if any of your favorites made the list!
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Jo Malone puts out great fragrances- in perfumes and candles! I wear #15 as a perfume in the fall and winter and equally love it as a candle. Others from the roundup I personally love and use? #14- it’s my go-to candle throughout the holidays and one of my personal favorites. #8 and #11, I pretty much burn those two year-round. I have tried a few of the Archipelago candles and really enjoy them. #4 would be a great one to try for fall. There really aren’t any bad options!
There are certain rooms in my house that I always keep candles in- the kitchen, living room, our bedroom, and the bathroom. Each season, I will switch them out and store away candles that haven’t fully been used up yet for the following year.
Right now, I’m getting ready to swap a lot of my floral candles for musky, masculine, or woodsy scents more appropriate for the season.
I’m constantly decorating with candles. They fit perfectly into small spaces, such as end tables, coffee tables, nightstands, or on shelves or trays! I always add a few other objects alongside them such as matches, books, vintage odds & ends, etc. Remember how Sarah styles her home with matches in this post?
Do you own any of the candles from the list? Or, maybe there are some you swear by that I should add to the roundup? If so, tell me your favorites below!