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Fragrances to spritz on this spring

Fragrances to spritz on this spring

From bold florals to fresh citrus notes, spring’s newest fragrances evoke flower-filled gardens in a single spritz. With temperatures now on the rise, there’s no better time to switch up your go-to fragrance, and there’s no shortage of warm weather scents to collect and covet this season.

Shake the winter blues with Sarah Jessica Parker’s Lovely Sheer, the style star’s latest fragrance.

With top notes of Moroccan orange flower, middle notes of gardenia water, pink peppercorns and hints of musk and amber crystals, this light and airy scent delivers soft sensuality and delicate charm.

Or for real floral flair Marc Jacobs’ latest daisy-inspired scent, Daisy Dream Blush Edition is an airy blend of lush florals including violet, lily of the valley and, of course, classic rose. Reimagined in vibrant pink, the new Daisy Dream is contained in a flacon awash in sheer pink with satin-finished petals – deserving of pride of place in any bathroom cabinet.

Nothing like your grandmother’s perfume, rose has been totally reinvigorated this season with Dolce & Gabbana Dolce Rosa Excelsa. This sensual scent has heady, rich rose layers, combined with bright white florals and sexy muskiness. Similarly, Fire by Mary Greenwell has layers of rose, jasmine, tuberose and osmanthus, making this a perfect scent for sun-filled spring days.

Like a cool Mediterranean breeze, Capri Vince Camuto has citrus top notes which wash over a floral bouquet of peach blossom and violet to reveal a rich heart of musk and vanilla.

Also inspired by exotic locales, Atelier Cologne’s Bergamot Soleil features bergamot from Calabria, and has sparkling floral notes, including hints of jasmine from Egypt, lavender from Provence and cardamom from Guatemala as well as a base note of white amber and oak moss.

Or take a trip to the desert with Stella McCartney’s Pop, inspired by the British designer's first road trip and the excitement and freedom of youth. But thanks to more grown-up notes, such as sandalwood, tuberose and musks, it still feels rather sophisticated.

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