What Does Your Signature Scent Say About You?

What's your signature scent?

We all have our signature scent – the scents that we naturally tend to gravitate towards, or the scents that people know us for. But the scent you choose can say a lot about you! Your personality often dictates the types of candles, perfumes, or bath fragrances you choose. So what does your signature scent say about you?
Note: This is all in good fun - if this isn’t you, let me know in the comments!


Sweet fragrance, sweet personality! If you’re into candy-like scents, you probably have a sugary-sweet demeanor. People know you for not only being a fun and optimistic person, but you’re also youthful, regardless of your age. There’s a nurturing side to you that people love to be around, and your genuine nature helps people to feel super comfortable around you. TC Candles & More - Buttnaked


Girly and cute? You must be down for florals. Floral scents do a good job of setting a relaxing and welcoming environment. If this is your scent, you probably enjoy pretty things. Your life is very stylized – from your closet and wardrobe, to your living room, to your desk at work. If everything can be cute, then why shouldn’t it be? And yes…sometimes something cute is worth purchasing, even if it’s not the most functional or practical. TC Candles & More - Lavender


Are spicy scents your jam? Do you enjoy notes of ginger, cinnamon, and clove in your fragrances? You likely have a sexy and outgoing personality. Your look is classic and effortless. You don’t try too hard, but you give off an air of confidence that people find irresistible. You keep it real, though – you’re not afraid to speak your mind or let people know what you’re after. Driven and passionate, you usually get what you want. And let me guess….you have more LBDs in your closet than you know what to do with. TC Candles & More - Monkey Fart


Shrouded in mystery, people who go for this scent definitely have their secrets. They tend to be a bit self-indulgent. They usually don’t have kids running around, and their social lives are hopping. Their homes are pristine and don’t exactly look lived-in, and they rarely invite people into their homes. But when they do, it’s a big deal! They can be excellent hostesses as they want their guests to feel special and well taken care of. TC Candles & More - Black Tie


Pure, fresh, and so, so clean, people who go for these scents are bright and sunny. Their personalities tend to be open and chill. They enjoy being outdoors whenever they can, and they often have the windows open when they’re stuck in the house. They like to feel connected to nature and often enjoy fitness and wellness – jogging, yoga, and cycling are among their favorite activities. Their energy is generally pleasant – no fake friends, here! They love having their loved ones around, and they never miss a good barbecue. TC Candles & More - Ocean Mist


Fun, outgoing, and bubbly to boot, fruity-scenters are always a good time! Often the life of the party, they’re the friends you call on when you need a pick-me-up or when you feel like getting into a bit of trouble. Nothing too deep or heavy when your fruity friends are around – they’re all about living life the best way they know how. They don’t take anything too seriously, and they don’t see the point in doing anything that they aren’t completely feeling. And the best part? If they’re cool with you, you know they’ve always got your back. TC Candles & More - Blueberry Muffin


If vanilla isn’t the most universal scent, I don’t know what is. Those who go for this scent are usually people-pleasers. They love having friends and family over, and they are totally OK with their place being “the spot” where everyone else gathers. In fact, they wouldn’t have it any other way. That said, they’re super accommodating of people’s needs. They want to make sure everyone’s comfortable and relaxed in their presence, so they’ll go out of their way to achieve this. TC Candles & More - Vanilla So, tell me which scent is your go-to!

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