Sunday, 7 April 2019

Five Perfumes For Spring

Five Perfumes For Spring
Five Perfumes For Spring
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I'm embracing the longer evenings and the promises of warmer weather now that Spring is here. Alongside putting away my jumpers for the time being, I've started to switch up my perfumes too, opting for fresher, lighter scents to replace my warmer, deeper notes that I wear in the Winter. 

First up is a fragrance that whenever I spray it, I feel like I'm strolling through a florist or a field full of blossoming flowers. Of course the only perfume I can be talking about is the Maison Margiela Flower Market* which I'm currently on the last dregs of, but I've loved each and every spray that I've used. It's fresh, long lasting and perks my day up whenever I wear it. 

One that's similar in the way it sits on the skin is the Marc Jacobs Daisy Sunshine* which is just as uplifting and if you're a fan of their original scent, then this has a great twist to it with extra notes of white strawberry and marigolds. It's got a distinctive floral fragrance like the Maison Margiela offering, but it can be worn on it's own or mixed with another perfume, to create a unique scent each time you wear it. 

Although described as the essence of Autumn, I actually think the Jo Malone English Pear and Freesia is rather fitting for the warmer weather in my eyes. It's got notes from each of my favourite perfumes types including citrus, fruity and floral, making it one that I reach for on special occasions. 

With notes of sharp fig and woody cedar, the Diptyque Philosykos hits the nail on the head when it describes this offering as an evocative scent of Summer. It's one that has uplifted me throughout the colder months and I'm ready to spritz it more now Spring is upon us. 

I'm a fan of the original Chlo√© perfume, but after using it up the Love Story EDP* is currently the one I reach for. It's great for everyday wear as it's quite lightweight however it still lingers on the skin all day. With a combination of orange blossom and jasmine, it's perfect for Spring, whilst not being too overpowering - perfect for those who like a subtle perfume. 

What are your favourite perfumes for Spring? 
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