Florals for spring? Why yes. If there’s ever a time to embrace a fragrance that features a full bouquet of floral notes it’s now. You just have to look outside the window to see the natural world in all of its glory to get inspired and, to crave the smell of flowers in full bloom. For those in self-isolation, no fear, as with just one spritz, you will instantly be transported to faraway lands from a morning in a Japanese garden to an orchard filled with blossom and pear.
8 Fragrances That Embrace Florals For Spring
192 ingredients come together for Clive Christinan's latest blend with a focus on green florals. Added to this? Musky sweet depths and of course the fresh notes of neroli.
Inspired by a stormy morning in a Japanese garden this blend opens with magnolia and tuberose. Vanilla and myrrh arrive adding a warmth to the scent.
Although peony is the hero of this blend it is combined with woody patchouli and nashi pear for a finish that is colorful and joyful.
For those who prefer woody accords this blend from Salvatore Ferragamo keeps them at the heart adding hints of citrus and delicate florals.
For those who want a unique take on a floral this blend by Diptyque works with woody Iris mixing it with fruity, ambery ambrette seeds.
Inspired by Yves Saint Laurent’s retreats in Morocco, The Atlas Garden blends sweet neroli with mandarin top notes, finishing with orange blossom at its heart.
A classic reinvented, Flora Gorgeous Gardenia by Gucci works with white gardenia and patchouli, blending it with red berries and brown sugar.
An exotic offering, Soleil Blanc focuses on ylang-ylang for a fruity yet floral offering blending it with amber for a warmth reminiscent of the sun.