8 New Fragrances Worth Investing in This Spring
These are the new scents that smell so good it’s crazy.
It’s time to Marie Kondo your perfume shelf so you can add some new scents for spring. Light and fresh, floral fragrances with novel combinations are undoubtedly a popular seasonal choice. Plus, there are the new launches that are bold and daring with sensual notes like musk, or have a fruity essence.
Guerlain’s Mon Guerlain “Bloom of Rose” eau de toilette celebrates the pleasure of being oneself. The scent comes with the brand’s signature quartet: Carla lavender, Sambac jasmine, vanilla tahitensis and Australian sandalwood. However, this time neroli, which adds radiance and poetry, and fresh and fruity Bulgarian rose have been added to the mix, helping create a cheerful fragrance.
Enchanting and thrilling, “Oud for Greatness” by Initio Parfums Privés comes with top notes of lavender, saffron and nutmeg. The middle note of this fresh, spicy and bold unisex scent is agarwood (oud), while the bases notes are patchouli and musk.
Whether you’re planning a girls’ night out, brunch with your besties or date night, Victoria’s Secret “Bombshell Wild Flower” eau de parfum is the ideal spring scent. With notes of desert wildflower, star lotus, wild magnolia and a burst of neon rose, it’s a feminine must-have.
Sensual, feminine, fruity and audacious, Emporio Armani’s “In Love With You” features an interesting combination of notes. The addictive oriental cherry scent features pulpy black cherry and an ultra-feminine jasmine sambac absolute textured by amber volutes of rum for more elegance, mixed with incense for the unexpected and urban touch.
With its illicit blend of a white floral and dark accord, Givenchy’s “L'Interdit Couture Edition” is an invitation to break some rules and embrace your unique elegance. The top notes are bergamot and pear, the middle notes are tuberose, jasmine and Tunisian orange blossom, while the base notes are vetiver, patchouli, ambroxan and vanilla. The 2019 collector’s edition of the fearless classic eau de parfum comes in a bottle emblazoned with a 4G logo in silk-screened black lace.
Honouring the orange blossom, Guerlain’s “Shalimar Souffle d’Oranger” is a joyful, innocent and bubbly scent. Top notes are bergamot, mandarin and petit grain, the heart features Calabrian neroli and sambac jasmine, while the base is made up of sandalwood, vanilla and orange blossom absolute. The beautiful bottle has a floral motif in orange and blue hues.
Lancôme’s “La vie est belle en rose” is a colourful, shining eau de toilette, which spreads a pink trail of optimism with every spritz. The top notes include fresh, sparkling bergamot, lively pink pepper, an accord of red fruits and zesty bergamot. The multi-faceted peony, Damascena rose oil, Centifolia rose absolute and crisp, sharp lily of the valley accord come together as middle notes. Plus, the scent’s base has intense sandalwood, patchouli and musk.
Daring and intoxicating, “Black Opium Eau de Parfum Intense” from Yves Saint Laurent Beauty is the perfect fragrance to spray on for an adventurous night out. The magical aura of blue absinthe is combined with anis and sweet blue boysenberry to form the top notes. At the heart of the fragrance is jasmine sambac absolute, which fuses with orange blossom absolute. And the base includes black coffee, a “Black Opium” signature, licorice, sandalwood and vanilla.