Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Fall Smells Good

I know it's already November and winter will be here before we know it,
but it's not too late to share some of my favorite scents for fall, right?

{  mulled wine candle: anthropologie  |  nail polish: essie  }

Anthropologie's website describes the mulled wine candle as
"red wine stewed with oakwood, cinnamon, and citrus."
I think it's the cinnamon that has me hooked.

The smell from this candle easily fills your whole room....
and maybe even your whole house*.
* { Depending on the size of your house. We live in a small two bedroom apartment. It works for us. }


I love the smell of food
cooking on Thanksgiving day too!

What are some of your favorite fall scents?

10 comments:

  1. The second I'm not wearing tank tops anymore the cinnamon candles come out, it's my absolute favorite cool/cold weather scent. This one sounds yummy!

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  2. That plate of food looks so yummy!!

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  3. Mmm I wish I could smell that candle!!!!

    And you are such a tease...I want that food!!! :P

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  4. omg! i cannot wait for thanksgiving dinner! that picture just made my mouth water! yummmm!!

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  5. YESS!! I LOVE the smell of fall! Pumpkin anything is amazing :) I baked caramel apple cider cookies (me baking is practically unheard of.. haha. It's a big deal really!) and our place smelled SO yummy!

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  6. Is there a limit on how many smells I can pick haha!
    I love the smell of hot chocolate & sweet bread on those cool fall nights. I love the smell of turkey & rolls baking in the oven & I love the smell of pecan pie right out of the oven....yummm

    Can you tell I have a "food theme" haha what can I say I love eating especially during the fall

    Have a great day Ashley!

    xx Libby

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  7. Mmmmmmmmmmmm Thanksgiving...I can't wait! And I might need to go buy that candle. It looks delicious!

    xoxo,
    Joelle

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  8. WHY WHY WHY did you have to post that thanksgiving meal picture???? SOOOO HUNGRY NOW!! HUUUURRRRYYY THANKSGIVING! HURRY!


    Janette, the Jongleur

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  9. Mulled wine candle looks amazing. I've been lighting my Christmas tree candle lately. It's never to early for Christmas!

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  10. I smelled that candle in the Anthro store by me yesterday! I am not usually a fan of 'christmasy' smells but I loved that one

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