Snuggling up with a blanket on the sofa 24/7 was so last year. Yes, winter calls for cosy evenings and herbal tea, but it's also a great time to make the most of the great outdoors. You won't regret it, especially when you're wearing these perfumes - which were all inspired by being outside (fact)...
Hollister Wave For Her
Smells of: Sunlight
Hollister Wave will get the dark days of winter out of your head. It's seriously special and here's why: the smell of sunlight has been captured in a bottle (#mindblown). We think it's impossible to get bored of the sweet, fresh smell, which is mixed with starfruit for a touch of the tropical!
Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb for her
Smells of: A flower garden
You can never smell too much of flowers. Are we right or are we right? Which is why we're big fans of Flowerbomb, a gorgeous blend of rose, jasmine and orchid that will transport you straight to a flower garden. And you'll be in keeping with this year's trends, too - yep, floral scents are still going strong in 2017.
Calvin Klein CK2 for her and him
Smells of: Cobbled streets
Do you ever walk down the street in the rain and love the way it smells? Well, we do, and so did Calvin Klein. Which is why he created the smell of wet cobblestones for CK2 and got us hooked. So hands up who wants to wear the hottest perfume in town - quite literally, as it also contains notes of wasabi! Boom.
Bvlgari Aqva Pour Homme for him
Smells of: The sea
A scent that smells of the sea? Um, yes please. Say hello to Bvlgari Aqva Pour Homme, with its fresh notes of mandarin, mineral amber and santolina (a plant in the camomile family). Take it with you on your next beach holiday. You'll want to start swimming in the scent. We're serious.
Montblanc Legend Spirit for him
Smells of: Fresh air
We could talk for hours about Montblanc Legend Spirit, but all you really need to know is that it's the most outdoorsy scent of all. Why? The combo of ozonic accord (the smells of air - yes, really) and lavender takes you straight to a mountain top. There's nothing cooler than this.