How do you want to smell this spring? The best feminine perfumes
The sun begins to shine in the sky and temperatures are already higher… With the good weather, we all want to change our look. And of perfume! The freshest scents, with floral and green touches become the protagonists of these months. Do you want to change your perfume this spring? From Perfumes Club we suggest you some aromas that will seduce you this season. Go with the fragrance of the spring flowers!
See by Chloé is a fruity floral fragrance that fills of life the look of any woman. Its top and heart notes, based on bergamot, apple blossom, jasmine and ylang-ylang, become an explosion of spring airs, which leads us to an elegant base of vanilla and sandalwood.
La Vie est Belle, by Lancôme is another of the feminine floral perfumes for this spring that we cannot resist to suggest you. Sensual and modern, this fragrance will seduce you with its simple and natural notes, such as Iris, blackcurrant, pear, almond, Tonka bean, praline, patchouli and vanilla.
Why not a sophisticated scent for spring? The floral perfumes can also have a very special character, as evidenced Narciso Rodriguez for her, a musky, floral and woody fragrance for women with a strong base of vanilla and vetiver.
We change of category in our latest suggestions. If you are one of those women who identify the spring with the fresh fragrances and green notes, Acqua di Gio by Armani will become in one of your fetish fragrances. Its blend of notes as lilacs, bergamot, peony, freesia, jasmine, oak moss, mint, tangerine and musk is the responsible of its success.
And our last proposal: Thé vert eau fraîche parfumée, by Roger&Gallet. This scented fresh water of green tea for women will convey you freshness, peace, tranquility and a touch of refinement that will make you irresistible. Its olfactory notes combine mandarin, bergamot, grapefruit, lemon and yuzzu with green tea, freesia, jasmine, cyclamen and lily of the valley with the cedar wood, amber and guaiac wood.
How are you going to smell this spring?