Winter is the season of cold temperatures, cozy sweaters and hot drinks, but it’s also the perfect time to explore new enveloping winter perfumes. Winter perfumes are designed to harmonize with the climate and mood of the season, often blending rich, spicy, and woody notes. Here is a selection of the best winter perfumes for winter that will help you shine in complete elegance.
The best winter perfumes to wear in cold weather:
- Alien by Thierry Mugler
- Baccarat Rouge 540 from Maison Francis Kurkdjian
- Prada paradox
- For a Man by CARON
- Glossier You by Glossier
- Free by Yves Saint Laurent
- Byredo Animals
- Bleu de Chanel
- Aesop’s Eidesis
- Dior Silverwood
- Cologne Midnight Musk & Amber by Joe Malone
- 1881 Silver Night by Cerruti
Alien by Thierry Mugler
Alien is a women’s perfume that is as sunny as it is mysterious. Sambac jasmine from India contrasts with the sensual notes of Cashmeran wood and the sweet notes of white amber. A timeless perfume that leaves a lasting impression both with its unique scent and its cult bottle, designed like a talisman carved from a precious stone. A fragrance “soft like white mohair” ideal when looking for a perfume for the winter season.
Baccarat Rouge 540 from Maison Francis Kurkdjian
The Baccarat Rouge 540 perfume was born from the meeting between Maison Francis Kurkdjian and the Baccarat crystal factory in order to celebrate this eau de parfum which is celebrating its 250th anniversary. The woody scent of cedar accompanied by the delicate notes of jasmine, the radiance of saffron and ambergris offer this unique blended fragrance. Luminous, Baccarat Rouge 540 “rests on the skin like a floral amber and woody breath”.
Master perfumers Nadège Le Garlantezec, Shyamala Maisondieu and Antoine Maisondieu have joined forces with Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons to combine timelessness and innovation. Prada’s new women’s perfume embraces, as its name suggests, the paradoxes of iconic ingredients to reveal new olfactory sensations. Reinvent freshness with neroli, sensuality with Ambrofix, and intensity with Serenolide musk, all in a fragrance that is both intense and subtle.
For a Man by CARON
A legendary creation of contemporary perfumery, Pour Un Homme by CARON is a living legend. A perfume with uninterrupted success for almost 90 years, worn by many personalities and even sung by Serge Gainsbourg. Authentic and timeless, it brings together an unexpected duo: lavender and vanilla, enhanced by Turkish rose, amber and musk. Both fresh and suave, this elegant perfume is dubbed by Tahar Rahim himself, muse of the brand.
Glossier You by Glossier
Familiar and comforting, but also soft and warm. This is how Glossier designed its first perfume. A simple equation, composed of pink pepper, iris, ambrox but also ambrette seeds. A unisex fragrance that “adapts” to each skin for a unique result because “you are the most important ingredient” for Glossier. Woody and floral, this fragrance is definitely a must-have for this winter season.
Free by Yves Saint Laurent
Created by master perfumers Anne Flipo & Carlos Benaïm, Libre Eau de Parfum Intense by Yves Saint Laurent is a more suave and ardent reinterpretation of the iconic structure of Libre.
French lavender blends with the sensuality of Moroccan orange blossom, all intensified by wild orchid. A fragrance for women that is “more carnal, assertive and intrepid” which can be worn easily during the winter season.
Impossible to go unnoticed with Animalitique. Byredo creates a bold and complex fragrance, mixing notes of lemon and bergamot with warm and sensual floral notes, all enhanced by the warmth of suede, amber and tobacco leaf. A unique result and an “ode to those who reinvent themselves every day”.
Bleu de Chanel
An emblematic men’s perfume from the house of CHANEL, BLEU is both elegant and sensual. It releases aromatic woody and musky notes, accompanied by notes of cedar. An elegant and voluptuous interpretation that transcribes the brand’s desire to create a captivating and timeless winter perfumes.
A scent of intrigue emanates from Eidesis. Aesop had the desire to create a mixed smell which takes its notes from an olfactory version of the myth of Narcissus. This captivating fragrance mixes floral notes, evoking the edges of a pond with scents of black pepper, incense, cumin, cedar and sandalwood. An invitation to appreciate these aromas as complex as they are original, without distinction of genre.
Orchestrated by Hedi Slimane in 2004, Bois d’Argent is now re-released by the creative director of Dior perfumes, who is none other than Francis Kurkdjian. Treated in a spirit of duality between tradition and audacity, this perfume, which has become emblematic, plays on a luminous iris, enveloped in a mystical note of incense on an amber background.
Cologne Midnight Musk & Amber by Joe Malone
As temperatures drop, this fragrance from the Joe Malone brand reveals an aroma of powdery white musk, combined with the warmth of amber and the freshness of juniper. A seductive fragrance, ideal for adding the finishing touch to your look during the end-of-year holidays.
1881 Silver Night by Cerruti
“With 1881 Silver Night, a little air of Midnight in Paris blows over Maison Cerruti. » This woody and spicy fragrance brings together two essential scents for a winter fragrance. It is at once masculine, intense and refined with a unique and recognizable olfactory signature. The top notes open with the sparkling freshness of yuzu before being joined by the spicy heat of pepper berry and the sensual accords of rosemary and jasmine.
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