Eid Al Fitr is right around the corner and you’ve got it all planned out. Your outfit’s freshly ironed, your Pinterest board’s full of beauty inspiration and you’ve already gone shoe shopping–but have you given any thought to your fragrance for the day yet? Click through for the Middle East-inspired fragrances that you should be spritzing come Eid.
The Best Fragrances to Keep You Smelling Fresh This Eid Al Fitr
This might just be the ultimate Eid fragrance. A heady combination of dates, Arabic coffee and cardamom make this fragrance true to the spirit of the Middle East.
Mona Kattan proves with her debut perfume collection that the Kattans have an eye for the refined. Kayali is a bright perfume reminiscent of a summer day with notes of red apple, rose and Indian jasmine sambac.
Laya, which translates to Lady, perfectly captures the essence of this Ne'emah signature scent. Perfect for those who want to venture out of their comfort zone without feeling intimidated by spice, this scent features vanilla, musk and wood undertones– with an addition of cedar to make it feel truly Oriental.
This unisex Carolina Herrera scent isn't here to pull any punches. Inspired by the tempestuous and passionate Queen of Gemstones, Sandal Ruby showcases sandalwood, patchouli, pepper and cinnamon in an intoxicating blend that's perfect for day or night.
Sweet meets spice in this Atelier Cologne fragrance. Rich sandalwood and creamy dulce de leche mingle and are elevated by the addition of spicy Indian saffron– and underneath it all, playful bergamot and limette lift up the scent, making it an unforgettable signature scent that's a world away from your everyday.
Shiffa's decadent creation turns deception into an art. Sweet at first, Aya's cinnamon-forward top notes merge into citrine and floral mid-notes all tied together by the scent of Arabian rose. Let the perfume linger on your skin to uncover an addictive base of patchouli and musk.