Popular Fragrances For Spring

While we look forward to warmer weather and more sunshine, we also look forward to upgrading our wardrobes for Spring—this also means upgrading our perfume scents
to reflect the season. While purchasing a fragrance can be a personal choice, here
are some scents that are sure to be popular this upcoming season. Popular scents this year include rose, cedar and patchouli.

Spring PerfumeDolce Rose
Dolce&Gabbana Beauty recently introduced Dolce Rose, the exquisite new flower joining the Dolce bouquet. The first Eau de Toilette in the Dolce collection, Dolce Rose celebrates the most iconic of flowers–a symbol of love, beauty and femininity that is one of Dolce&Gabbana’s iconic patterns. The fragrance, crafted by perfumer Violaine Collas, is an addictive fruity floral, combining delicate rose absolute and crisp rose centifolia with soft musks and tangy red currants. Joyful and full of energy, Dolce Rose is a rose of exquisite allure. Notes include red currant, mandarin essential oil and green apple.
$105, Macys.com

Maison Francis Kurkdjian L’Eau À La Rose
L’eau À la rose eau de toilette unfolds on the skin with a delicate fruity, floral freshness. To compose this fragrance, master perfumer Francis Kurkdjian chose two roses from different origins: Damascena rose oil from Bulgaria offers its fruity note, slightly spicy and fruity (pear and lychee) for a blooming top note. On the base note, centifolia rose from Grasse gives its generous rose floral note. A lychee top note adds a fruity and tangy facet.
$225 at Saks Fifth AvenueParfums de Marly Delina La Rosée
Just released this month, Delina La Rosée is the latest addition to the collection of feminine scents, Delina and Delina Exclusif. Delina La Rosée is a sensorial delight, capturing nature’s most captivating marvels, the beauty of fresh blooms, in a fragrance. Notes include Italian bergamot, Turkish rose essence, vetiver.
$295 at nordstrom.com

Maison Francis Kurkdjian L’Homme À la Rose
A rose for men—woody floral eau de parfum. In the first few seconds, very fresh, green and bursting notes paired with a grapefruit accord and essence of Damask rose from Bulgaria create a sensation of natural vitality. Then come the middle notes of a rosy, very woody accord which brings the fragrance verticality, gradually enhanced by the woody amber base notes which infuse the sillage with sensuality.
$275 at Bloomingdales.com

Daisy Love Spring
Fresh, uplifting, and vibrant, Marc Jacobs Fragrances introduces three new, limited-edition sparkling scents dressed in shades of green and pink. This fragrance is inspired by the feeling of a carefree spring day. With delicate pink peony wrapped in the sweet and creamy smoothness of fig and fig milk, Daisy Love Spring is a feminine perfume that captures the airy essence of nature and the innocence of spring. This seasonal scent will transport you to a world of blooming daisies and lush greenery. Notes include Fig, Pink Peony, Fig Milk Accord. $86, sephora.com

Caroline Ryan
Caroline Ryan is co-managing editor at Anton Media Group as well as the editor of Port Washington News and beauty editor for Long Island Weekly.

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