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A Perfume for Every Season

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The wide variety of perfumes on the market means you can change up your signature scent regularly. From the floral and aquatic aroma of Olympea by Paco Rabanne to the sweetly green fragrance of La Vie Est Belle by Lancome, there’s a perfume for every mood. You can even align scents with the seasons for a chic and timely effect.

Best Scents for Each Season

While you’re free to wear whatever cologne you want whenever you want, there’s something exciting about a scent that perfectly embodies the current season. The right fragrance can even remind you of holiday activities or seasonal landscapes. This may have something to do with the strong link between smells and memories; a spritz can bring to mind baking cookies with your family, visiting your favorite vacation spot, or taking pictures of spring’s first blossoms.

Some scent notes lend themselves to specific seasons because they’re naturally present. Others fit the “vibe” of holidays. Finding the perfect fragrance for the time of year is a very personal process, but a few rules of thumb can help you narrow down your options.

Spring and Summer

Spring and summer are seasons of sun and the outdoors. Bright and fresh scent notes are perfect for days out:

  • Citrus
  • Fruits
  • Florals
  • Botanicals

Black XS by Paco Rabanne is an excellent choice for summer and spring due to its green and juicy notes. Marine notes are also a prime choice for summer, as many associate the warmer months with beach-going. Dolce & Gabbana’s Light Blue is a classic example with its aquatic and citrusy formula.

While floral notes sometimes get lumped into the “feminine” category, they actually have a wide range of aromas depending on the flower. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different blossoms to achieve various effects:

  • Jasmine is rich, sensual, and subtly sweet.
  • Rose offers a spicy and musky aroma.
  • Lavender is woodsy and herbal with a touch of floral.
  • Tuberose is a banquet of almonds, honey, milk, and orange scents.
  • Ylang-ylang produces a custard-like aroma with hints of honey, banana, powder, and bitterness.

Fall and Winter

As the weather turns colder, warmer fragrances become more popular. Lady Million Prive from Paco Rabanne is a classic example, as it embodies two of the most common notes for fall and winter: gourmand and wood.

Scents falling into the gourmand category are rich and “edible,” many of them reminiscent of candy or baked goods:

  • Vanilla
  • Cinnamon
  • Chocolate
  • Caramel
  • Honey

Fall fragrances trend toward the spicy and nutty side, often containing nutmeg, almond, and other notes that feature heavily in seasonal recipes. Perfumes popular in winter contain earthy, woody, and animalistic scents, often mixed with delicate florals for a brisk effect. Synthetic musk, developed in the late 1800s, is a common ingredient that adds depth and sensuality to winter colognes.

Affordable Fragrances From Popular Brands

You don’t have to break the bank to collect your favorite fragrances. Many perfume wholesalers, like LaBelle Perfumes, offer Paco Rabanne, YSL, Marc Jacobs, and more popular brands at affordable prices, allowing you to explore new arrivals and classic names at your leisure.

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