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To celebrate National Fragrance Week, here are the scents that are trending this second - SCENTS Blog

To celebrate National Fragrance Week, here are the scents that are trending this second

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05.03.2018

 

 

We’re making your journey to buying a new fragrance WAY easier RN. Why? Well, once you get to know the scents that are trending, you’ll be on your way to smelling your best ever…

Issey Miyake L'Eau d'Issey Pure Nectar Eau de Parfum for her £62.00 null Quick buy >

Issey Miyake L’Eau d’Issey Pure Nectar for her

Trend: nectar scents

The latest craze in the perfume world? Scents inspired by bees. Yep, you’ll be seeing more and more scents launching this year with nectar, honey and sweet gourmand notes. Cue Pure Nectar, which is a sweet blend of honey, pear and rose. Oh, and the bottle now has a rose-gold glow (also trending worldwide). Hands up who wants?

GUERLAIN Mon Guerlain Eau de Parfum Florale Eau de Parfum for her £59.50 null Quick buy >

Guerlain Mon Guerlain Florale

Trend: flower bouquets

Spring always means that flowers are on trend. Hooray! And we just love the blend of jasmine, peony and ylang-ylang, which smell of a flower bouquet (yep, Mon Guerlain Florale will send you into a floral frenzy). You’ll go wild for the rose-gold bottle cap, too.

Paco Rabanne Invictus Aqua Eau de Toilette for him £48.50 null Quick buy >
Paco Rabanne Olympea Aqua Eau de Parfum for her £62.50 null Quick buy >

Paco Rabanne Invictus Aqua for him and Olympea Aqua for her

Trend: aqua notes

Spraying watery, salty notes onto your skin is so on trend this spring. Why? It gets you in the mood for summer, of course. Say hello to Paco Rabanne Invictus Aqua, with its hearty smells of wood mixed with the trending marine note, keeping you light, fresh and bold. Then there’s Olympea Aqua, which will give you a total OMG moment, thanks to its beachy mix of salty vanilla, citrus flower and cashmere woods. It’s a yes, please from us! They may be trending for spring, but they’ll be major news over the summer, too.