Bath & Body Works unveil their biggest candle collection ever
There is a very precise science behind making something smell exactly like urinal cakes, BLT sandwiches, or newsprint. But aside from the strangest candle scents you've ever encountered, there are some brands who do it right with smells that make you melt into the bath on your best self-care day.
Bath & Body Works makes the crème de la crème of candles. This week, the company released their largest smelly collection to date, with more than 30 new fall scents. Take a look at the options so you can snatch your favourite before the leaves fall and the air turns cold.
The newest Bath & Body Works line features signature autumnal scents, including almost any combination of apple, pumpkin and cinnamon you can think of (sometimes with a hint of caramel sprinkled in).
These classics include candles like Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin for when you're sipping on your Pumpkin Spice Latte, or pretty much any other pumpkin combination you can think of: Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Cupcake, Pumpkin Apple, Pumpkin Peanut Brittle... The list goes on.
If you're over these classic scents, opt for something a little less traditional like Blueberry Maple Pancakes, Pumpkin Pecan Waffles, or Maple Cinnamon Pancakes. I guess Bath & Body Works is big on carbs for breakfast this fall.
Other unorthodox options include a PB & J scented candle or one simply called "Leaves."
Interested in something even more obscure? Pick out Sweater Weather, which is a toss up of either smelling like moth balls or fresh detergent. It's anyone's game.
If you like guessing what your candles smell like, choose the ambiguous Peppered Suede or the subjective Perfect Autumn.
Those who responded to Refinery 29's Facebook post about the candle parade seemed to love the lineup. Several commented thoughts like: "Fall scents are my favorite thank you", and "it’s almost that time of year when we buy too many fall scented candles and don’t even feel bad."
With fall associated with so many different scents, it's going to be hard to chose just one. Luckily, you don't have to.