7 Candles You Didn’t Know You Needed!

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When it comes to Fall, the first thing I tend to think about are the smells.
It’s the time of the year when you can get away with letting your house smell like maple syrup all the time, or apple spices, and of course the ever popular pumpkin. But unless you’re cooking 24/7 (and seriously, who has the time??) your house might not get to smell like all that.

This is where Bath and Body Works comes in. A lot of people might gravitate to Yankee Candle, which is understandable because they are international, but Bath and Body works honestly just has a better selection AND the better price! Not to mention they have scents that are absolutely heavenly. I stopped into my local store the other day and took some pictures of the best fall scented candles that you definitely need. Like right now.

1.We Love Fall

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We Love Fall is one of the generic candles that they have. It smells like spices and leaves, which is amazingly mixed together perfectly. This will have your home smelling like fall in no time.

2.Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin

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Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin smells EXACTLY like you think it would. Cinnamon and pumpkin, oh my god. Love the smell of pumpkin pie but don’t want to cook it? This is definitely the candle for you. I think this one would be good for Thanksgiving time as well, as pumpkin pie seems to be a staple in most homes.

3.Spooky Vanilla

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A more Halloween type candle, this one is more just for show. However, it’s a vanilla smell and if you don’t want your room smelling like any type of food, I think this would be a good option for you. A simple smelling candle with a cute design!

4.Pumpkin Pecan Waffles

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Pumpkin. Pecan. Waffles. Can you only imagine? This is when autumn breakfast foods comes into your home without any of the mess. Bath and Body works has a ton, but this is one that I’ve only recently discovered. I absolutely LOVE the smell of this. Pumpkins with a hint of cinnamon and maple syrup and definitely sugar. It’s such a homey, warm kind of scent! Plus the tops of these are so super cute, they have little pumpkins on the lid!

5.Pumpkin and Apples

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This next one I personally found to be a bit of a sickly sweet smelling one, but it’s a candle that I think a lot of people would enjoy to have burning in their homes. When you think of fall, what do you think of? Pumpkins and apples? The combined scents smell well together and I can only think they would give off a nice warm feel to any room they were in. Not for me, but I know a lot of you would LOVE it. They also had some cute holders for these candles, with autumn leaves laced around. I love these kinds of holders because the shadows go all around the room!

6.Apple Pumpkin Pancakes

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This one is a personal favorite. I like the apple smells more than the pumpkin, and I definitely need the maple smell. This gives me both and I always have this in my collection every year. I can’t help it. It smells SO GOOD. I don’t cook a lot, which is the main reason why I love it because now I don’t need too!

7.We Love Pumpkins

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The last individual candle I have for you is the classic We Love Pumpkins. Again for all the pumpkin lovers out there, this one is just pure pumpkin smell without all the sugar and cinnamon mixed in. Your house will smell like a pumpkin patch for sure!

Some other notable scents would have to be Sweater Weather, Flannel, Autumn Day, and Marshmallow Fireside. There are so many to choose from!

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Which ones are your favorites?

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