Floral Fragrances You’ll Want to Spritz on Every DayMay 04, 2023
Sweet florals, warm, breezy air and fresh fruit are just a few of our favorite things about spring and summer. The fragrances below embody all of the above, which is why they made our list of our favorite scents for the warmer seasons. From a genderless earthy scent to an intoxicating fruity-floral eau de parfum, click through to find your new signature scent.
When it comes to floral fragrances, it doesn’t get more iconic than Viktor & Rolf’s fan-favorite Flowerbomb Eau de Parfum. The sensory explosion of sweet, feminine jasmine and rosebuds is embodied by the pink grenade bottle. One spritz of this fragrance and you’ll smell like a bouquet — in the best way.
Part of Ralph Lauren’s Polo Earth collection of fragrances designed for all genders, this Eau de Toilette is fresh, citrusy and floral. Its key notes are green mandarin, sage heart and lavender. The overall effect is sheer and refreshing, so it’s easy to wear even if you’re not big on fragrance.
Inspired by coral-colored sunsets, this fruity, floral fragrance is our pick for a scent to transition you from spring to summer this year. It’s daring and bright, thanks to its kiwi top note, with a jasmine infusion and rose accord to bring an element of lightness to the fragrance.
Transport yourself to a French vineyard at sunset with the Maison Margiela REPLICA On a Date fragrance, a warm, radiant combination of floral and fruity scents. Black currant liquor accord replicates the intoxicating scent of ripe grapes and rose petal essence brings to mind fresh roses.
If you love vanilla, this delicious fragrance from Lancôme is the right choice for you. It has top notes of warm vanilla, iris and patchouli. But our favorite thing about this perfume is that the bottle is inspired by the shape of a smile. It’s impossible not to be happy when reaching for it in the morning.
The luminous, bright combination of bergamot and orange blossom in the Giorgio Armani Beauty My Way Eau de Parfum is perfect for the warmer months. After all, nothing says summer quite like the scent of citrus. Other key notes include tuberose, jasmine, cedarwood and vanilla.
Just because it’s spring doesn’t mean you have to restrict yourself to lighter, fruity fragrances. For a spicier take on a floral fragrance, try the YSL Beauty Black Opium Eau de Parfum. Coffee and vanilla give this perfume a rich warmth.
Rose is a classic fragrance (and for good reason), but the Aesop Rōzu Eau de Parfum puts a modern, woody spin on the timeless scent. Shiso, an aromatic Japanese herb, and a subtle hint of smokiness set this perfume apart from the rest.
Byredo’s Lil Fleur is all about capturing the big, vibrant emotions of youth, both happy and sad. This genderless fragrance sparkles with notes of Damascena rose, cassis, tangerine, amber and more.
Think of the most beautiful, bursting spring floral arrangement you can imagine and that’s what the Ellis Brooklyn Florist Eau de Parfum smells like. Tuberose petals are paired with bergamot, honeysuckle, gardenia and jasmine, so you’ll feel like you’re lounging in a gorgeous garden whenever you wear this sheer fragrance.
Another genderless fragrance, Eauso Vert Sintra is crisp, woody and floral with top notes of bergamot, lemon and aquaflora. Base notes of orris, sandalwood and musk give it a certain sensuality.