Spring/Summer Fragrance Faves

There are so many things I love about spring and summer: the sunny weather, getting to ditch the winter coat, even the scent of a fresh season.

spring summer fragrances

With sunnier days around the corner (Right?……RIGHT?!?!) I’m sprucing up my fragrances. Here are three scents that I can’t wait to wear more this spring/summer.

 spring summer fragrances clean rain

CLEAN Rain – With notes of dewy melon, water lily and daffodil, this fragrance is fresh, fruity and aquatic. It feels like walking outside right after a sun shower.

 spring summer fragrances perfume miss dior blooming bouquet

Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet – Featuring scent notes like Sicilian mandarin, pink peony and white musk, this fruity and floral fragrance is refreshing and feminine.

 spring summer fragrances perfume aerin hibiscus palm

AERIN Hibiscus Palm – This fragrance has notes of lotus, ylang-ylang, frangipani and coconut milk. This sweet and flowery scent is stronger than the other fragrances in this post, but I can’t stop wearing it. It smells like a well-deserved tropical vacation.

What’s your signature spring or summer scent?



  1. Tracy
    April 17, 2018 / 9:36 am

    I don’t know why, but I find that Aerin bottle so beautiful! In a very simple, yet luxurious kind of way – going to have to go sniff it out at Saks!

    • Shawna
      April 18, 2018 / 8:19 pm

      Isn’t it? Most of the full-sized Aerin perfumes follow that bottle style. It’s so beautiful, I want them all, purely for home decor reason (But also, that lovely scent).

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