As autumn approaches, it’s an opportunity to discover new fragrances for the new season. Floral scents, amber notes, or revisited classics, which perfume will you fall for this season?
Are you one of the people for whom back to school is a capital moment, synonymous with renewal, good resolutions, and positive changes? If so, it’s a safe bet that this moment will be an opportunity for you to introduce a new skincare routine, start a new sport, try new makeup products, or even… change your perfume! And that’s good because in the beauty world, back to school is synonymous with many launches, whether anti-aging skincare, eye palettes, or fragrance.
A fan of floral fragrances? You will be spoiled for choice, whether you prefer it with a woody, green or solar facet. Are you looking for a more intense aroma? Instead, go for an amber juice with a woody, spicy, or floral trail. And if the idea of trying a new perfume scares you, don’t worry: iconic fragrances are also there…
Floral fragrances are popular.
Would it be to prolong the summer or simply because floral notes are safe bets, whatever the season? The fact remains that floral fragrances are numerous in this fall of 2022 and offer very different olfactory journeys: Prada Paradoxe Eau de Parfum by Prada is an amber floral that revolves around bergamot, neroli, musk white, and vanilla infusion, while the Fame Eau de Parfum by Paco Rabanne, musky woody floral, plays with bergamot and mango, jasmine, vanilla, and sandalwood. Suitable Fortune Eau de Parfum by Victor & Rolf highlights jasmine with an innovative blend of fennel and gentian flower and an intoxicating base of vanilla. Conceived as a bouquet of jasmine, rose, and lily of the valley, the Eau de Parfum Eden Flower dyspepsia reveals a green and sensual facet.
Amber fragrances guaranteed sensuality
The amber notes are perfect for keeping the summer heat going with their sensual, gourmet, and voluptuous wake. It’s up to you to see if you prefer the woody scents of Lovefest Burning Cherry Eau de Parfum | 48 of Kayalithe floral notes of Allegra Baciami Eau de Parfum by Bulgari or Very Amber Eau de Toilette by Siobhanor whether you fall in love with the delicacy of I Want Choo Forever Eau de Parfum by jimmy choo or the spices of Eau de Parfum Legacy of Petra by Penhaligon’s and Chromatic Amber Perfume Extract from Crivelli House.
Classic fragrances are renewed.
Why change a cult fragrance? This is the question we all ask ourselves, and many perfume houses choose to answer it by offering variations of their classics, called flankers. These can be closer to the initial fragrance, bsuch asa more intense or floral touch or completely revisiting the original perfume. It’s up to you to see if you prefer to discover J’adore Parfum d’Eau de DiorNina Clean Eau de Toilette by Nina RicciFlower by Kenzo L’Absolue Eau de Parfum from KenzoBlue Musk Zest Eau de Toilette by The Body Shop or La Petite Robe Noire Eau de Parfum Intense by Guerlain…