Bath & Body Works Sweater Weather Is My Favorite Fall Scent – Real Simple
October 22, 2020 - Body Fragrance
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That said, I’m pretty picky when it comes to the scents I fill my space with. Too-sweet pumpkin spice candles leave me with a nagging headache, and I’ve always leaned on the side of a cleaner, more subdued scent—one that’s soothing, but not too overpowering. That’s why I’ve been a fan of Bath & Body Works’ signature Sweater Weather scent for years.
When my favorite season rolls around each year, like clockwork, I swap out whatever summery scent my wall plug-in has been housing for Sweater Weather and envelop my space in the familiar sage, berry, and eucalyptus-infused scented comfort. When guests ask what candle I’m burning, I get a little too excited to point to the outlet diffuser and inform them that it is, indeed, not a candle but a $8 wall fragrance.
As someone who used to be a candle fanatic, I’m particular about the staying power of a home fragrance—and the impact it can have on your overall mood. So when I realized I was quite literally burning away hundreds of dollars on pricey candles, I knew making the switch to a scent diffuser would be a financially responsible one. And now that I’m spending more time at home than ever before, I couldn’t be more thankful I made the switch, seeing as a two-pack of my go-to fall scent lasts me weeks longer than a candle ever could.
Because of the whole spending-more-time-at-home-than-usual thing, I’ve taken this fall’s sensory transition up a notch by even swapping my wall diffuser for this marble and gold pumpkin one. It’s so festive and cute, I sometimes stop in my tracks just to admire it. Weird? Maybe a little. But it’s 2020 and we need to embrace the little things where we can.
If you’re ready to make the switch to a more budget-friendly fall scent to fill your home with, head to Bath & Body Works to shop the fall-infused fragrance I swear by year after year.