The Best End-of-Winter Fragrances to Add to Your Collection
As February begins to fade, the spirit of spring floods in with excitement—no matter what the weather may say. To celebrate the Winter’s last hoorah, you should have fragrances that match the mood.
That’s why we’ve compiled a few select scents that you can add to your collection. These aromas embody the spirit of winter while hinting at the fresh new season to come. They are, without a doubt, some of the best end-of-winter fragrances you’ll find!
Burberry Weekend Eau De Parfum Spray for Women
The last remnants of winter in the air are slowly giving way to the expectation of warmer temperatures and fresh new growth. The Burberry Weekend Eau De Parfum captures this delicate balance in an airy and delicate yet woody aroma.
This fragrance is permeated with fruity, floral tones that find balance in earthier scents. Light and flirtation yet grounded, this is a must-have for your collection.
Cashmere Mist Eau De Toilette Spray for Women
Winter may be filled with chilly temperatures and blankets of snow, but it is also home to romance. Long nights by the fire, the warmth of your favorite sweater, the tender passion of your significant other—all these things are synonymous with the colder months.
The Cashmere Mist Eau De Toilette by Donna Karan is all lovely winter things wrapped up in one fragrance. Bright and delicate notes of jasmine are met by comforting sandalwood and warm amber to recreate the feeling that can only be found in those winter instants where all you want to do is linger a moment longer.
Kenzo Flower Eau De Parfum Spray for Women
Maybe winter is still holding on to your body, but your heart is already set on spring. The Kenzo Flower Eau De Parfum is a fragrance that instantly transports you to the warmer, more vibrant months.
As the name implies, this spray encapsulates what it is to walk through a freshly-bloomed garden. Floral notes abound, and with them come hints of irresistible vanilla. Kiss winter goodbye with this breath of intoxicating fresh air.