Our favorite time of the year has come and we all seem to be celebrating it. Fall and winter are my favorite seasons, because of the weather, the makeup, the fashion and all the scents. Here are some of my favorite perfumes for this time of the year, some of them are my all-time favorites and I use them in spring and summer also.
Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh » I know this perfume looks like spring in a bottle, yet I find this one and the classic version to be quite musky with a touch of floral. I like it for the fresh, yet mature vibe it gives.
Lolita Lempicka Eau De Parfum » This is the fall scent by excellence. This, with my Miss Dior, are my two favorite perfumes out of all my collection. The notes are: licorice, anise, violet, green ivy, almond, woodsy iris and sweet vanilla with heliotrope and Tonka. To be honest I don’t know what that means, but I can tell by experience that it is very musky and warm, sweet and elegant. I use must of my perfumes both day and night, but this is the only perfume I use exclusively at nighttime.
Katy Perry Purr » This is a less expensive alternative to the Lolita Lempicka, they aren’t the same scent, but they have the same vibe. It is also musky but way sweeter than the Lolita Lempicka, which I enjoy for daytime, quite elegant, but way more playful, plus, the packaging is adorable!
Britney Spears Fantasy » The notes on this one are: lychee, quince & kiwi; middle notes of cupcake, jasmine & white chocolate orchid; finish of creamy musk, orris root & sensual woods.Well, I have always thought this is a musky, super sweet and delightful scent, but finding out it has cupcake and white chocolate just melted my heart. If you are into sweet scents, this might be a night time perfume for you, but you will sure enjoy it, and it is inexpensive too.
Overall, for fall, I just enjoy using the same sweet and floral scents I love for spring and summer, just with a touch of musk added, I feel it makes everything a little bit more elegant. Which are your favorite perfumes for the colder months?