Fall has so many great fragrances as well - gourmand, rich and warm. The scents are a nice respite from the cooler, brighter fragrances from summer. If you're looking for something new here are 3 fragrances that are very well loved by many.
Nest Pumpkin Chai Candle - Gourmand
Pumpkin Chai is one of those fragrances that has everyone clamoring for it as soon as mid-August comes around. One of our Facebook fans, Caitlin Curtis, said it best: "I think it's the blood pumping through autumn's veins! As in, autumn couldn't exist without it." The touch of chai spices makes this common fragrance so unique and slightly exotic. There's also a hint of Grand Marnier for a sophisticated appeal like no other pumpkin scented candle. Don't wait to order - this one is extremely tough to keep in stock!
Lafco Family Room (Cortland Apple) Candle - Fresh
Nothing says fall more than apple picking in New England. The quintessential red barn on a hill, every shade of orange on the leaves and the bright smell of apples bursting off the tree limbs. If you've ever taken a bite out of a Macintosh apple fresh of the tree in New England, you know there's nothing like it. Crunchy, juicy, tart and vibrant. Many apples have let me down since I moved out of New England, but this candle hits the spot. It smells exactly like apples straight off the tree. This candle is very energizing and fragrant and nails the apple scent better than any other candle I've come across.
Trapp Orange Clove Candle - Warm and Spicy
If you like warm, spicy fragrances it doesn't get much better than Orange Clove by Trapp. This fragrance is based on their best-selling Orange Vanilla candle with the addition of comforting spices. I love that the clove isn't harsh or sharp in this candle. Instead it's soft like a big, thick blanket to make you feel good inside, just like Grandma's homemade cookies.
Those are our top picks for fall. If you haven't tried any of them, but sure to check them out. You won't be disappointed.
What fragrances do you like most when the weather just starts to turn cool?