5 New Fragrances You Didn't Know You Loved
Having a signature scent is nice, but sometimes the nose can’t help but wander. Don’t fret—spritzing something new isn’t cheating on your fragrance—you’re just finding it a new friend. At least that’s the way we see it, so we rounded up a few of our long-time favorites and found a fresh new counterpart for each one. Flip through to find the summer scent your nose already loves!
Balenciaga Rosabotanica ($100)
It’s a bit spicier, but the heart of the fragrance is definitely rose, which is offset by the white woods scents of fig leaf and white amber. Consider it Chloé’s more adventurous, more dangerous older sister.
If you liked the sweet pea-infused floral essence of Givenchy Play For Her ($69), then you must try…
Carven L’Eau de Toilette ($79)
It’s a light mix of florals with a refreshing note of sweet pea. It feels a bit crisper than Givenchy—perfect for summer.
If you liked the seductive blood orange and woodsy aromas of Giorgio Armani Armani Code Pour Femme ($69), then you’ll fall in love with…
This fresh take on the original Marc Jacobs Daisy is lush and fruity. Like Armani Code Pour Femme, the emphasis is on blood orange, but this scent is a bit more playful with notes of sweet raspberry and apricot skin.
If you liked the captivating warm floral mix of Jean Paul Gaultier Classique Eau de Parfum ($83), then you’ll swoon over…
Tom Ford Velvet Orchid ($112)
With notes of citrus, petal, honey, and rum, it’s just as sophisticated and seductive as Classique Eau de Parfum, but with an oriental twist. Wear it when you want to command a room.
If you liked the lighter, fresher iteration of Flowerbomb, Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb La Vie en Rose ($95), then you must try…
DKNY MYNY ($68)
It’s just as spirited and carefree—with that unmistakable pink pepper, but it’s slightly creamier than Viktor & Rolf’s fragrance. The crispness of raspberry and freesia are balanced by patchouli, vanilla, and musk.
What’s your favorite summer fragrance—classic or new? Share it in the comments!