The Best Fragrances To Get Through This Autumn
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Even though many of us do not want to say goodbye to summer, it’s
a shame autumn does not exactly agree with us. And even though we’re going to
miss the heat, the beautiful flowers, the greenery surrounding us during summer
and the heat again, there are a couple of things to look forward to this fall.
And among these things is what this article is all about; the seasonal scents.
Who can claim not to love the foliage-friendly, breezy and yet
moody autumnal fragrances? That’s right – no one. So, if you’re looking to
change your summer perfumes to something more autumn-ish, read on to get tips
on how to choose the best fragrances, and discover five of the most popular
How to choose the right perfumes/fragrance for yourself
Sourcing for information is vital. Learn about various types of scents, and be familiar with the aromas and notes. Be even more extensive with floral perfumes. Select a scent which you feel okay with. Compare it with your current perfume and try to pinpoint the key notes.
- Identify The Main Ingredient
The main ingredients in perfumes are
referred to as the bases or the notes. Each fragrance has a set of key
notes. Some can have a woody and earthy base while others could have spicy or
floral notes. Identifying the key notes in a fragrance will help you decide if
it’s for you or not.
Rather than just buying immediately,
spray the perfume on your wrist and smell it before buying. After trying out a
couple of scents this way, it’d be easy to pick out the one that’s best for
The most essential aspect of picking
any fragrance is to consider your skin’s peculiarities and tendencies. Try not
to go for stronger scents if you have delicate and sensitive skin as it may
lead to allergic reactions. Know your skin before buying a perfume.
What perfumes are good for autumn?
Autumn is the best time to wear a chypre fragrance. Its mossy,
earthy base screams nature and is perfect on days with cold mornings and bright
evenings. Among chypres, fruity chypres are particularly great.
Typically connected with fall or winter, wood-themed scents are
rich, complicated and strong. Whether your favourite fragrances are fruity,
floral or fresh flavours, combining them with wood fragrances during fall adds
depth to the scent.
As spicy fragrances are normally associated with the cooler
months, fall is the best time to embrace spicier, stronger scents highlighting
notes of cinnamon, dark pepper, clove, and nutmeg.
Five Popular Autumn Fragrances
Picture the woody, earthy smell of a
late October night right in the middle of autumn. Now picture that packaged
into a bottle – yes, that’s YVES SAINT LAURENT OPIUM. It’s a strong blend of
woody and spicy flavours like myrrh and frankincense with traces of mandarin
Nirvana Black contains just three
notes, however, don’t take it for an ordinary fragrance. A mixture of vanilla,
sandalwood, and violet notes resulting in a relaxing yet steamy fragrance that
has autumn written all over it.
Citrus fragrances are one of the most
pleasant fall scents. A very good citrus-flavoured perfume to get this fall is
Givenchy’s autumn fragrance, GIVENCHY EAU DE GIVENCHY; a blend of orange
blossom, cedarwood and musk.
- FLORAIKU JUST A ROSE EAU DE PARFUM
Floral fragrances are not meant for
spring alone. And Floraiku ‘s JUST A ROSE’s sophisticated floral blend of zingy
citrus, warm wood and sweet rose is proof of that.
- GUCCI MÉMOIRE D’UNE ODEUR EAU DE
GUCCI’s MÉMOIRE D’UNE ODEUR is a
perfume known for its rich, natural, unique and herbal aroma that makes pretty
much everyone who sniffs it fall in love with it It has notes of sandalwood, cedarwood, Roman
chamomile; a typical autumn fragrance combo.