Pumpkin rules this time of year, so it is no surprise that the wildly popular Nest Pumpkin Chai Candle and Linnea’s Lights Pumpkin Candle were the two best selling candles at Candles Off Main for the month of September. What better way to create an autumnal aura than to fill your space with perfectly pumpkin fragrance? Rounding out the list was the Trapp No. 4 Orange Vanilla Candle. I like to imagine everyone purchasing this candle as a last ditch effort to keep summer alive with this creamsicle of a candle.

Nest Pumpkin Chai Candle Nest Fragrances created this incredible scent that customers look forward to every year. It’s available all year long, but when the air starts to cool, and leaves begin to fall, this candle is such a sweet, yummy treat. Have you tried this yet? If not, now is the time.

Nest Pumpkin Chai Candle at Candles Off Main

Nest Pumpkin Chai Candle

Linnea’s Lights Pumpkin Candle This candle is as perfect as pumpkin pie. Chad from Millersville, Maryland posted a review on Candles Off Main saying, “This is the perfect fragrance for Fall. On those cold Fall nights I like to light this one. It sends out vibes of warmth and coziness. The throw is perfect, not being too strong – it fills up our small one bedroom apartment just fine. The fragrance is the perfect balance between spice and pumpkin. This is by far one of my favorites! A must have!”

Linnea's Lights Pumpkin Candle at Candles Off Main

Linnea’s Lights Pumpkin Candle

Trapp No. 4 Orange Vanilla Large Candle  This delicious delight seems summery to me, but I can see how this combination is irresistable year-round. Ryan from Cleveland, Ohio enjoys this scent as a diffuser: “I put this in my closet and get a nice gust of summery sweetness every time I open it.” Who wouldn’t want a sweet burst of summer on occasion? Trapp Orange Vanilla Candle at Candles Off Main

Get inspired with our Top Sellers Photo Album on Facebook for the top nine scents each month! Do your favorites make the list of best selling candles? If not, tell us why our customers should burn your favorite candle!

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