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5 Unique Winter Fragrances That You Won't Stop Spraying

08.04.2023
5 Unique Winter Fragrances That You Won't Stop Spraying
It’s an exciting time of year…

We’re reaching the end of winter—a time when fragrance wearers traditionally stick to deep, opulent scents that wrap them up like a warm sweater.

But recently, many have decided to forego tradition and play by their own rules. Light, fresh scents are becoming just as popular, whether fragrance wearers want a reminder of the warm weather ahead or simply want to wear certain notes they enjoy regardless of the season.


If you’re looking for a unique scent for winter that can transition with you into spring, discover 5 of our favorites below.


Mimosa
Capture the feeling of spring Sunday brunches, spent dining al fresco in the sun. Mimosa, a fruity floral scent with notes of sweet Blood Orange, juicy Mandarin and sheer Jasmine, will be a sparkling change up to your winter fragrance wardrobe.

Bergamot
Whether you long for time outdoors, or can’t stay inside no matter the season. Bergamot’s splashy Bergamot, green Violet Leaf and clean Vetiver notes will transport you back outside to the fresh air in just a few spritzes. 

Nectar
Nectar was inspired by walking through an orange grove, the scent of the orange trees mixed with the feeling of the sun shining down. If you’re looking for a scent that’s bottled sunshine, reach for Nectar’s blend of fresh Orange Blossom, citrusy Neroli and juicy Pomelo will surely warm you up this winter.

Bois
In case you want the perfect middle ground between winter and spring, this one’s for you. Bois’ warm Bois de Cedar, creamy Sandalwood and spicy Pink Pepper create a soft wood that you can easily transition from one season to the next.

Gin
In case your favorite spring memories involve nights out with friends, then make a statement with Gin. The scent of sparkling Juniper Berry, bitter lime and spicy Ginger Leaf was inspired by time spent in long conversations over cocktails.


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