Our Favorite New Fragrances For Spring 2017
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Our Favorite New Fragrances For Spring 2017

For spring, we like changing up our fragrances to reflect the new season. The scent should be natural, yet sexy, and embody hints of floral or spicy essentials. Spring 2017’s trends are going green which translates into fragrance as well. One of the season’s scents, Iris is on the rise, perhaps because of the aroma’s traits: mystical and elegant. In addition, the iris oil is one of the strongest ones that doesn’t lose quality over the years. Here is a look at Spring 2017’s launches for fragrance that we are looking forward to spritz.

Giorgio Armani Prive Iris Celadon, $270

Spring 2017 Launches New Fragrances

This new scent by Giorgio Armani Prive will debut with top notes including Aldehydes, Bergamot, Cardamom.  The middle notes consist of chocolate, iris, and mate and the base notes highlight ambrette, musk, and patchouli.

Viktor & Rolf Magic Collection, $220 each.

Spring 2017 Launches New Fragrances

Although the design duo stopped creating fabulous apparel, they haven’t stop surprising us with wonderful scents. The Magic Collection includes Six eau de perfums in magical scents including Liquid Diamonds, Dirty Trick, Lavender Illusion, “Sage Spell, Sparking Secret and “Dancing Roses.

Maison Francis Kurkdjian Paris Aqua Celestia, $275

Spring 2017 Launches New Fragrances

This new scent will hit counters in February and highlights notes of  lime, mint, blackcurrant, mimosa and musk.


Clean Reserve Sel Santal, $90

Our Favorite New Fragrances For Spring 2017

See Santal includes notes of  Mandarin Leaves, Bergamot, Nutmeg Tonic, Iris, Salted Fig, Violet, Hazelnut Cream, Sandalwood, Decadent Amber, Styrax,  and Rose Musk.

Tom Ford Vert De Fleur Eau de Parfum, $225

Our Favorite New Fragrances For Spring 2017

One of Tom Ford’s newest fragrance, Vert de Fleur highlights top notes of hyacinth, galbanum, neroli, bergamot, and basil. With a hear of iris butter, jasmine sambac, rose, orange blossom and a dry down of vetiver, patchouli, oakmoss and green notes.

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