I’m a perfume obsessed chick. I have way more than one person can use but I just keep falling in love over & over. I’ve found I have certain fragrances I lean towards from season to season. When the weather starts cooling down I can wear things that are a bit more bold & sexy. Here I’ve created my top seven that you can purchase right now- nothing limited edition so you can get your hands on it!
Want something that smells chic & a bit luxe? With main notes of green, tiger orchid, toffee, sensual Indonesian patchouli this fragrance remains stylish while being a sweetly touched fall favorite.
If bold & sensual is your desire then this is the scent for you. This beauty’s main notes are exotic woods, black amber, patchouli, night-blooming jasmine, & vanilla orchid. I pull this out for a sexy date night when I want to get noticed.
This is a bit strong for me in the hotter months but I pull it out when it cools down because it makes me feel stylish & unique. You’ll find notes of Italian mandarin essence, Egyptian jasmine absolute, & Indonesian patchouli essence.
My newest fragrance from my husband & one that begs for cooler nights so I can wear it. This newest scent has notes of blackberry, grapefruit, pear, jasmine, lychee, blue wisteria, white woods, musks, & coconut water. It is the perfect mix of sweet & sexy.
If you want to smell edible & youthful…this is it. Notes of berries, honeysuckle, golden amber, caramel, & vanilla. A dazzling mix of dessert & warm fall elements!
My special fall scent with a top note of cranberries- my husband’s favorite fall food! This signature scent is brimming with notes of cranberry, green tea, white peony, sambac jasmine, blond woods, & white musks.
Do I wear it all year? Yes, it is a favorite. But it really smells best in the colder months! This classic has notes of sambac jasmine, centifolia rose, cattleya orchid, ballerina freesia, & patchouli.
What are your favorite scents going into autumn? Any notes particularly appeal to you this time of year? Which perfumes do you pull out year after year?