My Top 5 Transitional Candles For A/W!

I’ve finally gotten around to organising my desk space so I have somewhere to work from where I feel productive, I always have a candle on the go when working from my office as I find it helps to keep me relaxed and focused on the task at hand (or all ten of them – eep!). There’s so many candles that I’ve been loving lately so I thought I’d share my top 5 with you that I have on desk rotation!…

Timothy Dunn Grapefruit and Bergamot Home Candle: The first thing that struck me about this candle was the packaging,  oh the rose gold lid *hearts in eye emoji – this candle looks so pretty sitting on my desk and I couldn’t bring myself to burn it for ages as it just looked too good. I burnt it for the first time the other day and the scent is stunning, inspired by the lands of Ancient Greece with notes of cedar trees, olives, Grecian Lime, Sandalwood and Bergamot – this heady scent captures the feel of Greece perfectly – a land of beauty and a candle of beauty I’d say!

Jo Malone White Lilac & Rhubarb Charity Candle: This candle was released to support dedicated charities to maintain the long term care of gardens around the country, the full price of each candle was donated. Unfortunately this candle is no longer available to buy but it’s one that I still love to burn as the scent of white lilac and Rhubarb is a fantastic combination that goes so well together!

Yankee Candle Shea Butter Candle: Shea butter is one of those scents that’s just such a classic, if I’m unsure of what candle I want to burn or if I don’t want anything ‘too’ scented then I just always go back to this one as it’s one of my all time favourites (one of my mums favourites too so I occasionally loose it to her as she sneaks it from my desk!).

La Montana Galan De Noche Candle: I’d heard so many great things about La Montana candle and was so happy to finally own one myself, the scents are all inspired by the founders new life in the Spanish mountains – all the candles are influenced by scents of the Mediterranean – it’s so lovely when there’s a story behind the fragrances. My favourite is the Galan De Noche candle with notes of Jasmine, Rose, Orange blossom and Ylang Ylang – it’s a lovely fresh, crisp scent!

Yankee Candle Cotton Candy Candle: This candle has to be my favourite of the five, I currently have it burning on my desk right now and it smells so good! It’s quite sweet but not a sickly scent, I love burning this candle as the scent has become really comforting to me and I find it helps to keep me focused when working.

What are your favourite candles right now? Spot any of your favourites in here?

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  1. Frey de Fleur 13th October 2015 / 2:44 pm

    I get through candles so quickly as everytime I write I light one. I will have to invest in one of the La Montana ones next as you recommend it. I love Jo Malone and also Oliver Bonas candles! x

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