For winter I been reaching for something a little richer and deeper, something more sultry I think. This season I been reaching for these three fragrances that I think is appropriate for this cold, bitter season.
Jo Malone Ginger Biscuit Cologne– an oldie but a goodie. I bought this last winter and it was a limited edition unfortunately but I mentioned before that the closest scent I can find to this is Origins Ginger Essence. This is a warm/spicy fragrance as you probably would have guessed from the name and the biscuit brings a slightly sweet scent to the fragrance and making it softer and more wearable. I been reaching for this almost everyday and I really enjoy using it. My secret is to layer this up and spray it all over your body before you get dressed and once again before you leave the house. The scent sticks round for a little longer and it lasts almost all day. If you can still get your hands on it then I highly recommend this fragrance.
Chanel Chance Original– this is quite a new fragrance for me. I dug out a sample I had from the before and I absolutely fell in love with it. The scent itself is quite sweet and floral at the same time. I prefer this to the other chance fragrance, the green one is too fresh and the pink one is too floral, this is sort on in the the middle of the two. I bought the 35ml fragrance and it’s in such a cute bottle. I bought this when John Lewis had 27% off for £34 instead of £48. But maybe a Christmas present?
Diptyque Eau Moheli Fragrance– I bought this back in the summer and I love this so much. I’m suited bad at describing scents but this contains ying ylang and it’s really strong. I like to use this in the evening when I’m going out, it makes me feel more confident and feel like a woman if that makes sense. I bought the 100ml which I think was the only size available or they had a rollerball version which I did have but my boyfriend smashed it when we was on holiday in the summer. This is £60 I think which I think is really good for a 100ml and I been decanting this into a travalo to take on the go. This is a good choice for those who like a floral but more grown up scent.
So here’s what I been reaching for during the colder months, hope you all enjoyed it and found it useful. What are your favourite autumn/winter fragrances?