My Favourite Autumnal Candles | Blogtober Day Eighteen, 2020

An important part of a cosy night in, is a sweet scented candle or two!


Today, I thought I'd talk you through some of my favourite autumnal candles. I always think Autumn is one of the best seasons to light a candle and relax.


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Yankee Candle When I think of candles, the first one that jumps to mind is a good ol' Yankee Candle. They have so many amazing candles at the minute, both for Autumn and Halloween! I really like the look of the Autumn Glow and the Pecan Pie Bites candles, yet so far I've only tried the Pumpkin Patch one so far which smells delish! It has the scent of pumpkin yet some spice in there too.


Bath & Body Works (US Only)

I don't think these candles ship to the UK, yet I believe they're hugely popular in the US. Looking at the different scents, they have so much choice! They have a Fresh Fall Morning one (citrus, woodland and apple), and also Sweater Weather (sage, berry and woodland) and loads of pumpkin-themed candles! From Pumpkin Cookie Dough to Pumpkin Spice Latte, they've got plenty of delicious sounding scents!


Antique Candle Co. (US Only) Another US and Canada only company, yet their candles look incredible! They have an Apple Cider, Apple Pickin' and even a Warm Caramel Crumble candle! They sound delish!


TK Maxx TK Maxx have a few candles that look like they'll be super cosy this season. I love the sound of the Red Apple Spice candle and the Sandalwood and Orange candle!


What is your favourite scented candle? Comment down below, I'd love to know your thoughts!

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Take care and stay safe,






Disclaimer: I'm not affiliated with or endorsed by any brands or products mentioned in this post. I am not paid or sponsored for this post or any links included within.



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