Floral spring scents and citrusy summer scents scents are great. But when it comes to fragrances, fall perfumes evoke a different type of memory. Maybe it's the comforting spiced cardamom, earthy patchouli or intoxicating musk. Or perhaps you're drawn towards hot amber, sweet vanilla and woodsy chestnut. Whatever it is, now is the perfect time to get into fall perfumes.
If you're looking for a new signature scent for autumn, check out the seven best fall perfumes that provide the same comfort as the coziest blanket you own.
A brand new addition to the PHLUR lineup, this cozy option is a vivid, green fragrance that captures the intimate feeling of cool. It opens with notes of fleshy fig and dewy cassis, then folds into notes of creamy sandalwood, orris root and vanilla Madagascar.
Key Notes: Amber resin, benzoin and ceylon cinnamon.
A warm, seductive, and ultra-rich scent, this luxe-smelling perfume combines the sweet, deep, and voluptuous facets of amber and tonka. It's basically a cozy and mouth-watering experience at the same time.
The rumor is that this sophisticated perfume oil will enchant your life. The fragrance leaves you with an earthy vetiver note, featuring dominant cedarwood and sandalwood accord supplemented by a spicy cinnamon nutmeg complex.
Deliciously warm, the standout of this bottle is the long-lasting finish of organic vanilla and gourmand caramel infused with warm amber. Formulated with organic, sustainably sourced vanilla from Madagascar, the brand claims this calming fragrance alleviates stress with aromatherapy benefits.
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