11 New Fall Fragrances You Need to Own This Season
There’s no better way to kick off fall — the coziest of seasons — than with a new fragrance. We can pretty much all agree that Mother Nature has been in one hell of a mood lately (to say the least). And honestly, it’s making the always-brutal summer breakup with fresh florals and sunny citruses even harder to get over.
But there’s plenty to fall in love with this season, including a fresh batch of blends that’ll remind you of brighter days, a good cup of coffee, crisp fruits and fresh autumn flowers. So while we’re layering, latte-ing it up and getting into the groove of fall, find yourself a new fragrance fling — perhaps in one of these 11 new scents. We promise it will help hold you over until the next summer solstice.
Originally posted on StyleCaster.
The sensual side of a traditional floral fragrance is brought to life here through layers of vanilla, sandalwood, ylang-ylang and the distinct richness of fully opened tuberose petals.
Aerin Tuberose Le Soir parfum spray (Aerin, $215)
The holographic bottle and oversize pom-pom pretty much encapsulate the sweetness of the black currant, plum and marshmallow inside. There's also peony, sandalwood and black amber layered in so it's not a complete sugar overdose.
Ariana Grande Moonlight eau de parfum (Ulta, $59)
If gender-neutral is your preferred scent type, try this pure mix of roasted oak and redcurrant that's balanced with a rosy center.
Jo Malone English Oak & Redcurrant Cologne (Jo Malone, $135)
No better words describe this decadent oriental leather that's perfect for days that call for a major confidence-booster.
Tom Ford Fucking Fabulous Eau De Parfum (Tom Ford, $310)
A combo of jasmine, incense and oud smells like a rich, strong coffee blend with a splash of creamy spice.
Penhaligon's The Bewitching Yasmine eau de parfum (Penhaligon's, $250)
Serge Lutens managed to bottle the nostalgia of losing a first tooth (blood and all) through a cleverly crafted mix of almond milk, white musk, coconut and a hint of frankincense.
Serge Lutens Dent De Lait eau de parfum (Serge Lutens, $230)
This powdery floral with layers of ginger, tuberose and sandalwood could potentially be the new signature scent of millennials everywhere — pink juice and all.
Twilly D’Hermès eau de parfum (Sephora, $79)
What starts out as a feminine mix of mulberry and black peony quickly transforms into a masculine mashup of black musk, patchouli and vetiver.
Bulgari Goldea The Roman Night eau de parfum (Bloomingdale's, $114)
Within the same vein as the original Layton, this lighter version has gardenia, cardamom and pink pepper that make it both familiar and fresh.
Parfums de Marly Layton Exclusif eau de parfum (Nordstrom, $275)