Best in Show Best in Show: Welcome Spring! (2017)

Best in Show: Welcome Spring! (2017)

03/19/17 18:51:37 (43 comments)

by: Dr. Marlen Elliot Harrison, Stefanie Jähn, John Biebel, Elena Vosnaki, Miguel Matos, Ida Meister, Rouu Abd El-Latif,

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Fragrantica is so pleased to celebrate the first anniversary of its popular Best in Show column by returning to the inaugural topic in the series. As the vernal equinox marks a shift in temperatures around the globe, so too does it mark a shift in many of our fragrance habits. Out go the winter favorites and in come the scents we've been waiting to wear with the change in weather.

Last year's (2016) choices included En Passant Frederic Malle, Borsari Violetta di Parma, Anais Anais Cacharel, Donna Karan Gold, and Eau de Rochas pour Homme.

This year, we select a new group of fragrances that we hope you'll enjoy reading about. Please join us by sharing your own spring favorites in a comment below! And to accompany your reading, enjoy a bit of Vivaldi...

 

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Lostmarch L’Eau du Dimanche

By: Stefanie Jähn editor of Fragrantica in German

Lostmarch L'Eau du Dimanche

By the time February rolls around I start to long for springtime and begin to annoy my friends and family with spotting signs of spring - or rather looking for them in a kind of wishful thinking way. So when I was suddenly struck by the cool, yet sweet breath of spring while hiking one Sunday in thick snow, I stopped in my tracks looking befuddled for the mystery source of this impossible scent. Well, I had completely forgotten that I had sprayed on a sample of L'Eau du Dimanche. Which turned out to be my wishful thinking in a bottle: The smell of a Sunday in early Spring.

The initial sensation of L'Eau du Dimanche feels like waking up from a deep slumber to open a window on an early morning and taking deep breaths of the fresh and cold air. Citrusy, minty and herbaceous greens unfold, fresh and cool lemon, petit grain and verbena in a meadow that is still sleeping under a misty veil. But eventually a sun, reminiscent of orangey freshness rises and bathes some wild violets in its warmth until they emit their delicate scent. Soon the early dusk lures back inside the home, to blonde woods and a soothingly warm tonka.

Whenever I smell L'Eau du Dimanche, I see a picture perfect spring day with a clear blue sky just begging me to sit outside in the fresh air with a warm cup of tea (jasmine scented white tea) to marvel at the wonders of this time of year.

Honorable Mentions: Lorenzo Villoresi Iperborea, Demeter Fragrance Wet Garden,  Lise Watier Neiges, Serge Lutens Bas de Soie, Oilily Oilily Classic

 

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Trophee Lancôme

By: Marlen Elliot Harrison, co-editor of Fragrantica in English

Trophee Lancome Poster

To me, spring spells bright citrus, gentle florals and fresh, grassy greens. Trophee Lancôme was developed in honor of the professional golf tournament which was staged in Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche, France from 1970 to 2003 and as such it was intended to be a bright, verdant aroma. It succeeds at this in every way without resorting to extremes of galbanum, tea or or tomato leaf. Instead, it offers a well-blended and still relevant blend of citrus, florals (jasmine), musk, green leaves (bay, basil, petit grain) and lavender. Every winter when spring begins to peek around the corner, I reach for my bottle of Trophee. I've been doing this for almost 30 years now and I never tire of the comforting aroma.

Fragrantica reviewers agree, Lancôme really needs to re-issue this. Although intended for men it garnered a following by women as well. Originally launched in 1984 it was re-launched in 2002 but has since disappeared from shelves; luckily, a few bottles can still be found on Ebay. I've discovered other springy greens throughout the years (Eau de Sud, Greeenergy, etc) but nothing really compares to Trophee.

Honorable Mentions: Annick Goutal Eau du Sud, Givenchy Eau de Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent Baby Doll, Givenchy Greenergy, Kenzo Ca Sent Beau

 

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Ormonde Jayne Tiare

By: Elena Vosnaki, editor of Fragrantica in Greek

Ormonde Jayne Tiare

Radiant, yet weightless, Tiare by British niche brand Ormonde Jayne radiates the sharp, bright light that one notices reflected on sunny days in the northern extremities of the Northern Hemisphere, rather than the tropical beaches evoked by its name. Possessing an arrestingly optimistic streak of intense citrus (lime and mandarin) alongside shimmering, diamond-like sparkling florals in the heart, the composition of Tiare projects with an unexpected verdancy and a scintillating aldehydic shimmer akin to sipping champagne on ice. In its way a discombobulating fragrance, but all in the best possible sense!

Springtime naturally lends itself to floral fragrances, at least if one is inclined to cajole their surroundings to the appropriated function of the season. But the crucial element seems to be that there needs to be a cool element which suggests the transition of cold into warmth and the dew, which precedes the hottest days of summer that make flowers wilt and become a bit too much. Tiare manages to retain this precious chill, combined with a prized (for me at least) "smart is the new sexy" vibe.

The initial impression resembles Cristalle by Chanel, the folding of mossiness and cool grass into hesperidia. The kinship is more pronounced with Cristalle's Eau de Parfum concentration, in which the floral heart shimmers underneath the sharper elements, lending creaminess and discreet sensuality. In Tiare the gardenia, ylang-ylang and jasmin take the role that in the former was reserved for honeysuckle, imparting a mild sweetness that never becomes too much. Another example of the delicious champagne-bubbles-feel I'm getting would be  Miller Harris Fleur du Matin and lovers of either scent are strongly urged to sample Tiare. You can thank me later...

Honorable Mentions: Le Temps d'une Fete (Patricia de Nicolai), Oeillet Sauvage (L'Artisan Parfumeur), Paris (Yves Saint Laurent), Aqua Allegoria Flora Nerolia (Guerlain), Kelly Caleche (Hermes).

 

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Serge Lutens Vitriol d’Oeillet

By: John Biebel, co-editor of Fragrantica in English

Lutens Vitriol d'Oeillet

Spring is the season of contradictions, and artists have explored this theme for many years. The earth undergoes a violent reawakening, with plant stalks forcing their way upward. Serge Lutens, a master of floral perfumes that have a “bite”, brought this philosophy to his perfume Vitriol d’œillet. The name itself, roughly translated as Vitriolic Carnation / Carnation's Vitriol, is spiky, sharp and contradictory. The perfume is a perfect accompaniment to Spring's charms; a sunburst of bold natural-feeling notes singing emphatically on the skin.

Vitriol d’œillet opens with sharp carnations. These are the lovely, spiky, florist’s carnations that smell frosty and sweet and almost trick you into thinking it's a dandyish men’s aftershave. They still have some cold dew from the florist’s fridge on them. But “vitriol” is here, too - and as Serge Lutens loves to play with words, it can mean the chemical state (sulfuric-like acid) or the venomous indictment with words, like the vitriol that comes from an angry newspaper editor.

The carnations are joined by spices like paprika, cloves, and nutmeg and create a full-bodied, round, warm undertone to the sharp opening. It travels along its trail merging warm black pepper with citrus-like pink pepper. About an hour into wearing, Vitriol d’œillet evolves into a beautifully rich carnation experience, a full-bodied and wearable all-day perfume. It’s a perfect launch from Winter into Spring, as our skin emerges from the heavier fragrances we’ve been wearing to the new light of brighter days.

Honorable Mentions: Annick Goutal: Eau du Sud, Caron: Royal Bain de Caron, Caron: Le 3' Homme, Clinique: Aromatics in White, Diptyque: Geranium Odorata

 

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Antonio Visconti
Fleur et Feuille de Jasmin

By: Miguel Matos, editor of Fragrantica in Portuguese

Antonio Visconti Fleur et Feuille de Jasmin

Spring in my country has already started to show itself. On my street the first sign of spring comes from a neigbour's garden. He has a big jasmine bush and in March it starts to bloom furiously with thousands of little white and pink flowers. The whole street is highly fragrant, especially at night and it's a heady scent that makes crossing the street an intoxicating experience. I love it. So the smell of jasmine is always for me a symbol of spring. Spring at night to be more exact. Antonio Visconti is one of my favorite Italian brands and it has the perfect depiction of jasmine, with flowers and leaves included. It's appropriately called Fleur et Feuille de Jasmin.

Fleur et Feuille de Jasmin is a jasmine soliflore that captures not only the indolic white flower blossom that we all recognize instantly in a very natural and sensual take but it also has some green and dewy aspects that make it richer and more interesting. This is a natural depiction of the plant but it is also voluptuous and opulent and more suitable for wearing at night. Just like the flower that prefers to release its powerful scent under the moonlight.

Honorable Mentions: Revlon Jontue, SP Parfums Sven Pritzkoleit Sunmilkflowers, Yves Saint Laurent La Collection Y, Donna Karan Donna Karan Gold, Giardino Benessere Pompei Garden

 

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Balmain Vent Vert

By: Ida Meister, writer for Fragrantica in English

Vent Vert

Vintage Vent Vert was created in 1947 by je m'en fiche iconoclast Germaine Cellier during her brilliant groundbreaking tenure composing for the House of Balmain. Mme Cellier blazed a cometlike perfumed trail at that time, hallmarked by her use of aromatic overdosage: the über-tuberose of Fracas, the mordantly arid leathery rawness of Bandit, and the whopping 8% of galbanum in that Queen of Vernal Verdancy known as Vent Vert.

(Ironically, I came to Vent Vert after Mitsouko: I became enraptured and wore it at 11, to my first (highly-chaperoned) New Years' Eve party. Think stick-thin Ida all in white - floral crocheted minidress, white lacy tights and ballet slippers - longhaired and fearless.)

Vintage Vent Vert is still very much available on eBay; finding a pristine flacon is the challenge, however. This magnificently brash, heraldic tribute to all things green, floral, and chypre commences with massive galbanum: leafy, grassy, slightly bitter in nature. A polarizing substance in and of itself, folks tend either to be mad for it or abhor it: there is no middle ground. Dewy moist florals await us in this breezy garden of earthly delights - most empirically hyacinth and lily-of-the-valley, joyfully dallying with rose, jasmine and violet. They are cushioned by a generous tuffet of true oakmoss, sandalwood, vetiver and musk.

In the version preceeding the Calice Becker reformulations of 1990 and 1999, the entire composition smells remarkably naturalistic, organic even - a tribute to the master perfumer's sleight-of-hand, that evocation of limpid muguet by alternative means, the availability of fabulous synthetic musks. Its delicious devil-may-care delicacy is irresistible.

Mme. Becker must have found it a formidable task to retain much of Vent Vert's character while complying with IFRA dictates and the desire to retain the interest of both devotees and younger clientele. While the perfume retains a certain fragrant fingerprint and I find it very beautiful - I confess to a sense of loss. Gone is the believablilty, for me: it smells a good deal scratchier, less authentically realistic, attenuated. Floralcy is happily present, but the verdancy is tamped down so that it no longer makes your heart, your senses race. There was a breathtaking rush of adrenaline which accompanied the opening of Vent Vert which no longer exists.

However, if you have never smelled it, you cannot miss it...

Honorable Mentions: Le Temps d'Une Fête, Diorissimo, Jardin Du Poėte, Andrea Maack Coven, Chanel Cristalle, Chanel No. 19Guerlain Chant d'Arômes, Guerlain Chamade.

 

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Amouage Honour Woman

By: Rouu Abd El-Latifeditor of Fragrantica in Arabic

Amouage Honour Woman

It’s really getting warmer in Cairo; where I live early spring sneaks in leisurely, etching a beautiful and colorful eye-candy image for all spring lovers. Walking down the fragrant streets right after a slightly hot afternoon enjoying the smell of happy blooms in the air is the best part of my day as nothing could evoke a spring breath better than the right scent; it could really lift up your mood in a whiff. The fragrant season is here bearing a smile inside out.

Among tons of floral scents, you might get lost finding the right spring aroma; although I’m not a big floral fan, Amouage Honour Woman absolutely has something to prove. While performing a whole floral structure, the perplexing combination goes deep and beyond. I have to say this is not a typical floral fragrance; for those who seek any loud gardenia or tuberose bombs - this isn’t for you. Honour Woman heads directly to creamy soft gardenia, and though it takes the lead it’s never dominant – you can feel it soften - allowing tuberose and jasmine to do their work peacefully. the rhubarb accord is a winner topping the fresh opening in a very unique way. Nothing Fracas-like nor exaggerated floral themes here; I dare to say that Amouage's melancholic DNA is completely truant.

Honour Woman is delicate and silky. After dismissing the slightly greenish opening the scent goes softly linear - performing a mature yet glorious echo of ripened jasmine. Upon drying down, a watery nuance disturbs the entire creamy heart – don't worry, it develops into an airy and crisp floral bouquet. Honour Woman is a dense sheer kind of scent; while completely floral, the resinous base offers maturity and a warm spirit. This is a scent for a woman who celebrates herself and is never afraid to be a woman. Spring has never been better.

Honorable Mentions: Calvin Klein Beauty, Burberry Body Eau de Parfum Intense, Chanel Chance Eau Tendre, Christian Dior Pure Poison, Prada Infusion d'Iris, Chanel Beige Eau de Parfum, Narciso Rodriguez Essence, Hermes Kelly Caleche, Givenchy Hot Couture

 

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Which are you spring favorites?

 



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Oriane
Oriane

L'air du temps, by Nina Ricci. It smells like flowers, soap, and sweet days.

Apr
02
2017
nettoyant
nettoyant

My very favourite - Diorissimo Christian Dior!

Mar
30
2017
Suzybee
Suzybee

Last Winter, I came upon the sweetest find. LOLLIA Cabbage Rose & Citrus EDP 4 oz. It's a bouquet of fresh pink Martha Washington Cabbage Roses with a hint of Bergamot. This Spring fragrance has inspired me to start planting fragrant roses, again, this Fall. Roses are thorny and I try to protect my dogs from anything they might brush up against. So I will plant them in the front yard, instead, in front of my kitchen window. This perfume is a must for all lovers of Roses.

My go to, in the Spring line up, include:

Yves Rocher Neroli
Yves Rocher Cherry Bloom (better than L'Occitane's and TBS Cherry Blossom)
L'Occitane Fleur D'Or & Acacia and Neroli Orchidee
Lolita Lempicka L'Eau Jolie and Fleur Defendue
YSL Parissienne
Pacifica Tahitian Gardenia, French Lilac, Persian Rose
Eliz. Taylor Gardenia

Mar
30
2017
HeavyBeatsUK
HeavyBeatsUK

Cabotine Gres, love it!

Mar
29
2017
emt1986
emt1986

I'm not a fan of spring or of most "springtime" scents. Spring here is cold and wet and windy, and that's not if it's just acting as an extension of winter, but the upside is that I can go ahead and wear my mostly "cool weather" favorites until about the middle of June.

Mar
29
2017
Perfumeaddict777
Perfumeaddict777

I love spring in Michigan! Lots of dewy florals and eventually sun shine. I love the smell of wet grass and freshly mowed lawns. I have alot of favorite spring perfumes . some of my top favorites are...
Haiku by Avon : is cheap but great performance, fresh tart lily of the valley and dewy green notes
Diorissimo: lily of the valley and lots of greens with added leather. So classy and sophisticated. My husband thinks it's very sexy.
Miu Miu Miu : super peppery, woody green floral. Great performance.
Balenciaga Rosabotanica: cedar wood, dewy roses and fig
Diptyque Philosykos: fig leaf, fig , wood, coconut ..it's divine!

Mar
29
2017
Myloric
Myloric

Is good to see Trophee by Lancome on this list. I only have a miniature bottle of it but has always been one of my favorites. I am learning lots here. Like when to use certain scents like this one.

Mar
28
2017
CElmlund
CElmlund

Geoffrey Beene's Bowling Green is my favorite Spring fragrance and is always the first one I wear when Spring rolls around. After that I like to use:
Halston 1-12
Aspen
Guy Laroche's Horizon
CK One
Lilac Vegetal
Pino SIlvestre Original

Mar
27
2017
Konga5000
Konga5000

I'm on the East Coast and there is no more spring or fall here anymore (thank you global warming) . As soon as the snow melts in March -- whammo-- next day it's 78 degrees and sunny & humid . Same thing with no Fall here. Everyone is in shorts & flip flops until a few weeks before Thanksgiving then --whammo-- freezing rain.
Oh well...... what were we talking about ???????

Mar
26
2017
sweaterfreak
sweaterfreak

Origins Spring Fever - hoping they will bring it back one day!

Mar
26
2017
Fragrant Desert
Fragrant Desert

Ida Meister, we're a match on 3! Was getting discouraged because I didn't have or even recognize the ones previous. Then 4 matches with Rouu (arabic fragrantica made that cool.) Living in the desert most of mine are summer fumes. Plenty for fall and winter, too. Spring? Ah, Spring.. today I wore Guerlain's Idylle because Lily of the Valley felt springy. ha Actually, my Floral Aldehydes call in spring loudest. Happens to be my favorite group. sheesh.

Mar
22
2017
drugstore classics
drugstore classics

For cold spring days:

Anything ROSE, including Istanbul Rose. :)

Rich, tropical florals, including Aloha Beauty Red Hibiscus and Jovan Island Gardenia!

Anything verdant and green, including Coriandre and Sung.

For warmer spring days:

White Shoulders
Estee Lauder Beautiful
Budget Arabians galore!
etc etc

In short, I think I wear nearly everything I wear all year round, with a special emphasis on the floral and verdant. Usually I am not so interested in soliflores and flowers as Richer Orientals, etc. Late winter into spring alters my point of view, bringing out the greens and garden lover in me...

Mar
22
2017
TaleOfTheRose
TaleOfTheRose

Vintage Vent Vert is my favorite spring perfume.

Other vintages are Caron Bellodgia, Murry Le Narcisse Bleu, Guerlain Apres l'Ondee, Jean Patou Vacances, Diorissimo, Balenciaga Le Dix, YSL Y, Worth Je Reviens.

Chanel 19, Le Temps d'une Fête, Roja Dove Lilac, Dame Narcissus, Une Fleur de Cassie, Highland Lilac of Rochester and Penhaligon Ostara are great contemporary ones.

Mar
21
2017
smellagent
smellagent

I have too many to list them all but a few I favor in the spring are as follows: Penhaligon's Violetta, Baiser Vole by Cartier, Robert Piguet Fracas and Mademoiselle, Bond Chinatown, LouLou by Cacherel and English Pear and Freesia by Jo Malone. Spring is a lovely time of year and I wish it would last a little longer down here in the deep south.

Mar
21
2017
Aafridi
Aafridi

My choices: Chanel Pour Monsieur, Guerlain Veitver, Christian Dior Eau Sauvage and Guerlain Habit Rouge

Mar
21
2017
kapted
kapted

Guerlain Jardins de Bagatelle

Patou Joy

Le Jardin Retrouve Tuberose Trianon (spelling?)

Kai Kai

Mar
21
2017
Elysia
Elysia

Hi perfume lovers,

My favourites are :

For sunny, chilly early spring days:

Ostara by Penhaligon's - for all narcissus lovers
Fracas by Robert Piguet - luscious tuberose
Innocent by Thierry Mugler - a fruity fun fume
Narciso Rodriguez for her EDT and EDP - musk heaven

For the rainy days
Angeliques sous la pluie by Frederic Malle
Miss Dior (originale) EDT by Dior
L'Heure Bleue by Guerlain

Mar
20
2017
LadyIva
LadyIva

Juliette Has A Gun - Mmmm...

Mar
20
2017
AriaNikolic
AriaNikolic

Nina Ricci Premier Jour for me!

Mar
20
2017
vintage_scent
vintage_scent

My choices for this Spring...
Guerlain Champs Elysees
Lanvin Eclat D Arpege
Amouge Lilac Love
Erin Lauder Iris Meadow
Marchesa Parfume d' Extase

Mar
20
2017
jana.hullinghorst
jana.hullinghorst

so many!

Dames Bergamont Jasmine Labdanum
Chanel 19 EDP
Chanel Beige
Lutens Le Fille De Berlin
Le Labo Iris 39
Tom Ford Lys Fume

Mar
20
2017
Tlund
Tlund

Nothing says first day of Spring like Bel Respiro by Chanel, the perfect spring fragrance. I also agree with Kenzo's Ca Sent Beau, Caron's Le Troisieme Homme, Donna Karan Gold, and Guerlain's Sous Le Vent.

Mar
20
2017
Elisabeth M.
Elisabeth M.

Classics:

Amazone EdT - Hermes
Narcisse EdP - Chloe
Chloe 2008 EdP - Chloe
Forever and ever EdT -Dior

Newcomer:

Quatre EdT Boucheron

Enjoy!

Mar
20
2017
dmaw
dmaw

Avon Dreamlife Bouquet

Mar
20
2017
UnearthlyApothecary
UnearthlyApothecary

CK Purple Orchid is spring in a bottle :)

Mar
20
2017
smelling_gr8
smelling_gr8

Byredo Flowerhead, anything with violet or mimosa or lilac.

Mar
20
2017
pearlbelle
pearlbelle

Spring Reign by Katy Perry is such a sweet floral.
Also, the Britney Spears fragrance Fantasy In Bloom is the most spring-like of her whole collection.
Celebrities are good at spring scents too!

Mar
20
2017
Ariana.b
Ariana.b

My favourites for spring are:

Cartier Baiser Vole
YSL Opium Vapeurs de Parfum
Estee Lauder Modern Muse
Armani Diamonds Violet

Mar
20
2017
RoulitaGatita
RoulitaGatita

Pleasures by estee lauder

Mar
20
2017
marios4
marios4

Jo Malone Blackberry & Bay
Jo Malone White Jasmin & Mint
Pineider Bianco di Bulgaria
Hermes Eau de Gentiane Blanche
Atelier Cologne Trefle Pur

However i like the greeness of the leaves, the mint, the basil, mixed with the freshness of the citruses notes, lifting, tonifing, like the spring, the season of the reinassance.

Mar
20
2017
nexangelus
nexangelus

This year has me craving leathers in spring. Top picks being: Estee Lauder Azuree Pure, Dior Homme Parfum, Penhaligon's Iris Prima, Dior Cuir Cannage and Armani Amethyste Cuir. My top freshies are Guerlain Aqua Allegorias: Figue Iris, Anisia Bella, Mentafollia and Gentiana. Honourable mention to Parfum d'Empire Cuir Ottoman.

Mar
20
2017
The Colognnoisseur
The Colognnoisseur

For me, it's Creed's Millesime Imperial -- Spring in a bottle!

Mar
20
2017
arnefag
arnefag

Tadzio by Homoelegans conveys spring like no other scent to me! Then there is Le Sillage Blanc by Dusita, another green and appropriate scent for spring.

Mar
20
2017
shimmer
shimmer

Chamade
Chamade pour homme
Eau de Campagne
Zeta

Mar
20
2017
SuzanneS
SuzanneS

I think its great one of the contributors mentioned eau de givenchy. Its one of the most gorgeous springtime scents. I like ostara, alien extraordinare, fracas, bandit and amariage

Mar
20
2017
canny1234
canny1234

Tiare,Fleur du matin and Cristalle edp are my favourites too.For cold spring days I enjoy wearing perfumes like Clinique Wrappings - a deeper green oakmossy lemon Sherbert .Also Jardin Mystique has a bit of warmth from the Patchouli with the verdant freshness.

Mar
20
2017
Nil3
Nil3

CHLOE EDP!!!!!

After 7 years , finally a 125 ml bottle of my new signature scent.
After more than 15 years of Glow j. Lo and white musk, a new comer for me.
Hoping it'll be a long love that will last also 10 years or so.
After mentioning and hinting and blabla'ing about Chloe edp , and no one 'getting the hint'
I gifted this to me.
From me to me.

☀️Happy spring☀️

Mar
19
2017
pusia
pusia

I'm wearing Abril by Victorio & Lucchino-it's perfect for the first day spring, although it's quite chilly and rainy in Warsaw today:/

/I would prefer Vivaldi's The Four Seasons recomposed by Max Richter :)/

Mar
19
2017
corkscrewcurly
corkscrewcurly

Great article again.

My vote goes to my latest passionate love - Rasasi's Folklory Al Ward Pink. It is delicious.

Mar
19
2017
Jbar1
Jbar1

Green Irish Tweed, Demeter Clover, and Neroli Portofino remind me of our front yard in the spring growing up.

Mar
19
2017
Calvini
Calvini

Byredo Inflorescence :D

Mar
19
2017
Angela Agiannidou
Angela Agiannidou

Being the rather dark, brooding sort my choices for Spring follow suit; Kenzo Flower, Si Lolita Lolita Lempicka, Voleur de roses, Instanbul Rose by Al rehab, red rose by Al rehab.
Thank you editors; a nice and informative Article!!

Mar
19
2017
lemonzest
lemonzest

Clinique Calyx
Penhaligon Ostara
Avon Always
Creed Green Irish Tweed
Fragrances of Ireland Innisfree
Donna Karan Gold
Geoffrey Beene Bowling Green

Spring is my favorite season. Thanks for the great article.

Mar
19
2017

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