Jonathan Culler, philosopher and critic, defined supplement as “an essential extra” because it is an addition that helps to make up for a deficit. This is an essential additional category. You can accessorize with a perfume to make a statement.
The fragrances that we will be spritizing onto our wrists and necks this fall each offer their own unique take on the classic floral, leaving behind a scent that the wearer, and those around them, won’t soon forget. How can you make rose perfumes smell fresh? Epinette says that you can add blackcurrant notes for a bright, fresh scent, and ambrette seeds for a warm, rich sensation that acts as a blanket to your senses. It’s the scent equivalent to a silk slipdress, light, elegant, and sleek. Epinette says that she didn’t want the scent to be too heavy. “I wanted the fragrance to be brighter and more joyful the longer it was worn.”
The Fruity Floral
It’s not the only star. The scent also features notes of pear blossom, red berries and brown sugar. These sweet notes add depth to the scent without being too sweet.
The Floral for People Who Like Florals
The scent is still modern and delicate. This is not your grandma’s floral perfume (no offense Grandma), and you can thank salted vanilla notes that added the finishing touches to the perfume. It’s as if you’re in a room with ocean views at a luxurious coastal resort. The scent is fresh, vibrant, and salty.
The Woody Floral
The scent has a subtle spice that is noticeable and helps to keep the woody notes from becoming too overwhelming. The scent actually becomes more appealing as the day progresses. It is warm and cozy, but still retains a lightness that reminds you of a cashmere sweater.
The Warm, Musky Floral
This fragrance is like a thick leather jacket. It instantly adds weight to your silhouette thanks to the notes of patchouli, black coffee, and other essential oils. To maintain equilibrium, you can’t have yin and not have some yang. The notes of lemon, white jasmine, pear are all essential. This bold fragrance is perfect for anyone who wants a fresh, new scent to wear out. You can purchase gin and tonic separately.
This Gourmand Floral
The scent begins super calm and chill, then builds into a grand, beautiful arrangement. This scent opens with sweet, fresh notes of jasmine and bergamot. The fragrance reaches its peak and a rich burst of Bourbon Vanilla settles on your skin. Smith describes the result as a refreshing, uplifting scent.
This Spicy Floral
This combination of three key notes gives the perfume its unique character: It is spicy, warm, but never overwhelming.