If you’re new to this blog, or have just been hiding under a rock, you’ll be totally aware that I am a candle girl all the way. I love to light candles all year round, so I go through them at the rate of knots. That being said, I like to think that I buy ‘well.’ I wait until a big old sale comes up and then I’ll buy more for less, if that makes any sense at all. Recently Bath & Body Works had a $10 off sale on all their 3-wick candles, so I took advantage (big time) and stocked up on some spring candles.
Copper Coconut: The least spring-like of the lot, this honestly smells just like the beach and that kind of tropical scent you always find on holiday! Coconuts x sea salt x an undertone of amber and I’ve been transported to the Maldives, or something.
Jasmine Waters: Currently burning in my room that has a super soft water smell (if that can even be a thing). I love the smell of jasmine; it’s so delicate, but fragrant at the same time. This scent also has a teeny bit of violet poking through to give it some extra depth.
Beach Blossoms: Summery, but not in the same way as Copper Coconut. A water-like scent, but more ocean-y. A soft musky, water scent. I’m not describing this well, am I..? I promise it smells great!
Mineral Springs: I’m sensing a pattern here..lots of water-based scents! A very soothing scent with a tiny dash of lily in it, again giving the scent a little more depth. There’s also the faintest hint of lime to keep the scent from being too cloying.
Wild Sage and Aloe: Ah, finally, I move away from the water scents…! Probably the most refreshing scent that I purchased out of the lot, to be honest. A really crisp fragrance that’ll be perfect if spring ever decides to grace Massachusetts (I’m talking about you, winter storm Stella).
What’s your go-to candle scent this spring? Have you been caught by winter storm Stella? Let me know below! If you’re a newbie, hi, why not click follow to see my ramblings constantly? If you’ve been here a good old while, thank you. Peace and love and all the good things in the world to you all.