As the weather gets warmer (allegedly), we’re ditching our heavy perfumes for something lighter and a bit more spring-ish. Bringing those sunshine vibes, even when there’s weather warnings!
Just as well that there's a whole lot of new scents landing, from fresh green fragrances to fun, fruity ones. Check this lot out:
Lupin & Patchouli Cologne, €57, Jo Malone
One of the fragrances in Jo Malone’s new Wild Flowers & Weeds range of perfumes that has some unusual pairings. This one has top notes of the lupin flower, a heart of rose, and a base of patchouli. And it looks very pretty too!
Pacific Lime Cologne Absolu, from €60, Atelier Cologne
The latest citrus scent from Atelier Cologne has notes of lime from Mexico, coconut from The Philippines and eucalyptus from China. Basically it’s holidays in a bottle!
Lime & Basil, €14.99, Jenny Glow
This Irish brand now has 27 fragrances to its name (and is extremely affordable!). Lime & Basil has top notes of lime, mandarin and grapefruit, a middle of basil, jasmine and lilac and a base of patchouli, moss and vetiver.
La Vie Est Belle En Rose Eau de Toilette, from €65, Lancôme
The latest addition to the much-loved La Vie Est Belle collection, this marks Lancôme’s first peony scent. It boasts top notes of red fruits, a heart of peony and rose essence, and a base of sandalwood oil and musk.
Herbae EDP, from €65, L'Occitane
The new scent from L’Occitance was inspired by the wild grasses of Provence. It's got top notes of bergamot and pink pepper, a heart of rose and bramble, and a warm base of sweet vernal grass, honey and cashmeran.
Mugler Cologne - Take Me Out Eau de Toilette, €60, Mugler
One of five colourful new colognes from Mugler this one is Take Me Out. A unisex floral scent, it has notes of orange blossom and shiso leaf and a secret note the brand won’t reveal!