Current Fragrance Faves

A new season is upon us which means I’m packing up my warm, spicy scents and bringing some fresh and sweet scents into the rotation.

summer perfume

While I’m not ready to pull in all my full-on summer scents, I’m bringing out a few favourites that have some fresh, some floral and some sweet vibes.

summer fragrance

  1. Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue – I received this fragrance and a Shoppers Drug Mart Beauty Boutique holiday event a few years ago and it continues to impress. It has notes of citrus, apple and bamboo – it’s so light and airy that it’s perfect for the beginning of summer.
  2. AERIN Hibiscus Palm – The sweetest scent of the bunch, this is the second year in a row this fragrance is considered a favourite. I’m normally not into scents this sweet, but the lotus notes nicely complement the coconut milk notes.
  3. Jimmy Choo L’Eau – Like a cold glass of water, this fragrance has me ready to jump into the pool. It has hibiscus, nectarine and cedar wood notes that make for a refreshing summer-y mix.

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