Changing your wardrobe to suit the current season is a must, especially during winter, but what about changing up your fragrance? A deeper, woody, and even spicy scent is perfect for the colder weather – and with the temperature dropping, the heavier scented perfumes tend to linger a bit longer than your summer scents.
Here are some of our favorite classic winter Fragrances!
Narciso Rodrigues’s NARCISO eau de parfum is a sensuel, sexy, musky fragrance. The scent incorporates woody notes along with white and dark cedars that bring out hints of florals, gardenia, and Bulgarian rose aromas. This fragrance is both bold, and subtle at the same time, perfect for the winter season.
Available at: takealot.com | R2,094 (90ml)
HUGO BOSS The Scent Absolute For Her
The HUGO BOSS Scent Absolute For Her, is both warm and seductive. This beautiful scent incorporates coffee, peach, and honey aromas. This fragrance also includes notes of vanilla and vetiver.
Available at: woolworths.co.za | R1,100 (50ml)
Versace Crystal Nior EDT
Versace‘s Crystal Nior should be a winter staple. Versace’s Crysal Nior scent carries hints of blackcurrant, violet sandalwood, cashmere, vanilla, and heliotropine notes. The scent is intense yet subtle. This scent is perfect for a cold winter’s night.
Available at: woolworths.co.za | R1,345 (90ml)
Dolce & Gabbana The One EDP
Bold and elegant. This D&G fragrance is a classic winter fragrance and is combined with rich floral notes along with a deep and sensual base of vanilla and amber. The scent lingers with a smooth musky aroma, perfect for any winter day or night.
Available at: truworths.co.za | R1,285
Issey Miyake L’Eau d’Issey Pure EDP
This is a woody fragrance with a floral aquatic kick. This perfume carries a light fragrant sea note with a sultry wood base. Middle notes include floral hints of lily, jasmine, and orange blossom aromas. The Issey Miyake L’Eau d’Issey Pure is perfect for a cold day out.
Available at: foschiniforbeauty.co.za | R1,765 (50ml)
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Written by Tasneem Soni
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