Thursday, 29 August 2013

Fall/Winter Fragrances

So, as Winter is coming (Game of thrones refference much?), it's time to change not only our warderobe, but the perfumes we're using. Fall-winter time calls for woody, spicy scents with richer base notes: cinammon, musk, vanilla, caramel, chocolate etc because these scents actually make us feel warmer. Of course, it's a matter of personal preferrence, but here are my picks!

1. Coco Noir: Notes of Indonesian patchouli and sandalwood add the warmth to this scent. If you're a fan of floral orientals, this is the one for you!
2.Gucci Premiere: Warm, woody, musky scent with top notes of bergamot and  orange blossom. Delicate and sophisticated, perfect for nights-out.
3.L'air de Nina Ricci: A spicier, but very light fragrance, perfect for the daytime.  The floral-spicy note of the carnation is in centre of its composition, violet and iris give a powdery nuance, so if you're a fan of more powdery finishes, this is the perfume for you.
4. Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille: On the pricier end, the unisex fragrance by Tom Ford. It's perhaps the most wintery of my picks, as it combines all the warm notes mentioned above: tobacco, cacao, vanilla an woody notes. For the price of about $260, I still think it's worth it, as it would make any woman (or even man) feel extra special!

Don't forget to layer your perfume, as in the winter, the long sleeves and thick sweaters will cover the scent. Or, look for edp versions of perfumes you already wear (or not, you can always try out new ones!), as they have a stronger concentration, and therefore will last longer in winter, with all those layers of clothes!

Hope you like my fall/winter fragrance picks! What are yours?


  1. Love winter smells!

    1. I know, so warm and cosy, and spicy, haha! Will check out your blog right away!


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