The Internet Is Obsessed With Aldi's New Fall-Themed Candles

Fall is officially upon us. The leaves are starting to change colors, there's a chill in the air, and Halloween is just around the corner. There are tons of things to love about fall, from drinking pumpkin-spice lattes all day long to snuggling up in cozy sweaters. And one of the best things about the season is making your home smell just as good inside as the world looks outside. Luckily, Aldi has got us covered with a selection of fall-scented candles and wax melts based around all your favorite autumnal scents (naturally, there's a lot of pumpkin-based stuff).

Aisle of Shame reports there's also plenty of fall decor to obsess over, including, but not limited to, signs declaring your love of the spookiest time of year, harvest mats ideal for outdoor and indoor use, festive welcome mats, throw pillows, lanterns, adorable fabric pumpkins, and even a decorative tabletop scarecrow to greet visitors. But it all starts with that fall scent.

Aldi's fall-themed candles smell good enough to eat

Sweet pumpkin scents are king at Aldi this year, including Coconut Pumpkin Macarons, Sweet Pumpkin Cake, Pumpkin Chai, and the very simple #Pumpkin Everything. They're all three-wick candles in chic glass jars that resemble a certain super-popular, yet much more expensive, brand without the hefty price tag. If you're not into sweet scents, fear not, because the Sippin' Cider is for you. Making up the trio of gorgeous Mercury Glass pumpkin candles, which are priced at $4.99 each, are the Pumpkin Frosting and Pumpkin Toffee, the ideal scent sensation when trick-or-treaters are coming to the door.

Outside of the festive pumpkin scents, there's a variety of festive fall wax melts, which retail for just $1.69 each. Scents include Cozy Harvest, Apple Cider, and Chai Latte, while pumpkin obsessives can pick up the Pumpkin Spice Whipped Cream. Whatever your aesthetic for the 2020 fall season, Aldi has the accompanying scent for your home. The only issue is you risk overindulging in pumpkin everything once your home starts smelling good enough to eat.