Not going to lie, this post makes me REALLY excited. I know I’m early but I’m one of those people who always jump the gun on fall because I simply can’t help it. Find me burning all the candles, wearing all the sweaters (truly, here’s what I’ve been wearing) and doing all the fall things, even while it’s 100 degrees in Dallas.
If you want to know about other candles that I love year-round, I’ve shared Candles Under $20 That I Can’t Stop Burning as well.
Before you go, let me know if there are any fall candles that you’re loving so I can order.
5 FALL CANDLES I’M LOVING RIGHT NOW
+ Target Harvest Spice is my FAVE. Not too sweet and not overly “pumpkin” if you know what I mean. The vessel is a beautiful seasonal touch without feeling cheesy and can easily double as a decorative bowl when the candle is done. It’s strong, so I would suggest burning it in an open space if you get the large size. The single wick is perfect for a smaller room or bathroom and both seem to burn evenly.
+ Anthropologie Oatmeal Cookie smells like fresh baked cookies so if that doesn’t sound good and like the holidays…I don’t know what will. It truly makes the home feel so cozy! Austin doesn’t like it because he says it makes him hungry and often disappointed when he finds out I’m not baking cookies 😉
+ Anthropologie Capri Pumpkin is not overly sweet and is the ideal way to kick off the season. My only complaint about this candle is sometimes it doesn’t burn evenly (in case that bugs you). I love the smell so much that I keep buying it, but just a heads up!
+ Cedar Glass Candle by Jenni Kayne is the perfect option if you don’t love the pumpkin/cinnamon fragrances. This is a great option if you want something that smells woodsy and cozy. Plus the jar is chic and minimal, like all of her products.
+ Nest Pumpkin Chai I love Nest candles in general; they’re one of those brands you can’t go wrong with and I like to gift because of that. Hearth is one of my favorite holiday candles, but for fall, the Pumpkin Chai is nice. Especially if you love the smell of cinnamon and a hint of ginger and chia. These burn well, too!