Known for delicately exotic blends, TokyoMilk’s Song in D Minor is a refreshing take on old perfume standbys like gardenia, amber, and orange. In soy candle form, it fills the air with a clean, crisp smell.
(_$12, Tokyo-Milk.com )
With an estimated burn time of one hundred hours, this breezy, tropical soy candle will invigorate a room with minimal effort on your part. It might make you crave mango like crazy, though.
(_$22, PacificaPerfume.com )
Jo Malone makes some of the most coveted and acclaimed candles around. The beauty of Lime Basil & Mandarin is that it’s a unisex scent, meaning that everyone can appreciate its citrusy infusion.
(_$65, JoMalone.com )
Praline, bergamot, melon, and sandalwood come together to create CH, a perfume Carolina Herrera released in 2007. But despite such heady notes, the perfume—and its candle offshoot—are said to be surprisingly light.
(_$60, Macy’s )
L’Occitane products are usually classically clean and pleasantly sweet, making them great for the skin or the home. Fleur Chérie contains a mingling of floral scents inspired by the Mediterranean and orange-blossom water.
(_$23, Nordstrom )
Tocca offers a variety of perfume-inspired candles, including Cleopatra, a grapefruit-and-cucumber blend. Sephora recommends this particular scent for the bathroom. For a more multipurpose candle, check out Feu de Touch.
(_$36, Sephora )
For times that call for a comforting, homey fragrance, Bath & Body Works likely has the candle you need at an affordable price. Vanilla Bean Noel smells of rich caramel flecked with vanilla bean.
(_$9.50, Bath & Body Works )