Summer candles worth staying in for

Summer candles worth staying in for

Yes, we love scented candles in the winter, but summer candles are worth the purchase.

Candles get all the attention when the temperatures dip—fall and winter reign supreme as times of the year when you want to make your space warm and cozy. But scented candles for summer are a thing, and you should get on board.

When shopping these perfumed votives, put your mind in a light, even seaside frame of mind. There’s more than nutmeg and vanilla scented candles out there after all.

Sea salt and citrus notes suit steamy summer weather, especially when you want to channel that vacation you’re not taking or need an excuse to stay indoors. Which, by the way, is what we’ll be doing when we light our favourites.

Here are the scented summer candles on our wish list right now.

Channelling Cocktail Hour

A candle that smells like your favourite summer drink? Yes, please. Malin+Goetz Mojito candle, $71, www.jacobandsebastian.com

Citrus Sunshine

Citrus is a classic summer scent for a reason: It’s light, bright and happy. Illume Lemon & Bergamot candle, $22.50, www.chapters.indigo.ca

Summer Storm

The smell of summer rain will never not be a favourite of ours. Capri Blue Rain candle, $54, www.nordstrom.com

Herb Garden

For something a bit more subtle, this aromatic candle will have you thinking of great big fields and summer winds. Bitter Orange and Lavender candle, $48, www.likelygeneral.com

Seaside

If you can’t make it to the ocean, bring the ocean to you with this sea salt pick. Swedish Dream Sea Salt candle, $30, www.jacobandsebastian.com

Tropical Vacation

A great combo in both flavours and notes, pineapple and cilantro are all you need to add some sweet and summery personality to your space. Illume Pineapple and Cilantro candle, $48, www.nordstrom.com

La Dolce Vita

For the more refined palette, this tangerine candle will brighten up any space without overpowering. Sicilian Tangerine, $40, www.nestfragrances.com

PHOTO: Instagram/illumecandles
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Alexandra Donaldson is the editorial assistant at The Whale & The Rose and a freelance writer and content creator. Although she recently took up yoga in an effort to be a healthy adult, she still binge-watches cartoons on a regular basis and dreams of running away to a cottage in the woods. She has yet to nail down her favourite perfume, but knows that it smells green, earthy and maybe a little bit spicy, but definitely not sweet.

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