5 Perfect Autumnal Fragrances for 2018

5 Perfect Autumnal Fragrances for 2018

Now that we have hit September, the temperature has suddenly dropped, the days are already getting shorter and the sweltering heatwave seems like a distant memory.  With a new season, it is officially time to update your perfume collection with a delicious number of autumnal scents. To help you feel cosy and festive, trade in your floral and fruity fragrances from the summer and opt for something earthier. In case you need help finding the best perfume for you, we have created a list of our favourite scents of the season that capture the excitement of autumn.   

Hugo Boss – Just Different

This intoxicating fragrance, which is designed to help you stand out from the crowd, is a vibrant new version of the popular aftershave from 1995, Hugo. The scent opens with a cool dash of mint which is followed by freesia and coriander and then completed with the musky smells, cashmeran and patchouli. Just Different is perfect for any trendsetter to wear on a spontaneous night out full of unforgettable memories and will leave you feeling energised and inspired.

Mont Blanc – Legend Night

Legend Night is the ideal daytime wear for any man who wants to grab everybody’s attention just by walking into a room. This irresistible fragrance evokes mystery, charisma and sophistication with a balance of fresh aromatic tones of violet and bergamot merged with patchouli and vetiver. This combination of strong and gentle smells will make it impossible for anybody to ignore your magnetic presence.

Calvin Klein – Deep Euphoria

With a tempting concoction of white pepper, black magic rose, patchouli and mineral woods this fragrance is designed to reveal your deepest desires. This sensual perfume is the epitome of euphoric fantasy and exudes poise, femininity, empowerment and pleasure. The musky scent contains a hint of spice that conjures warmth and forms a rich and smooth consistency that will entice you deep within the seductive smell.

Versace Eros – Pour Femme

This feminine scent is an addition to the well-received male fragrance, Eros, which was released in 2012 and named after the God of love - Eros. However, this provocative alternative that is burning with pleasure radiates women’s strength and sensuality by suggesting Eros was seduced by a woman. The enchanting perfume captures the idea of succumbing to desire with a vibrant blend of Sicilian lemon, white currant, magnolia, musk and a number of woody notes.

Paco Rabanne – Pure XS

This magnetic fragrance is designed to get pulses racing and will definitely keep you warm through the colder autumnal nights. The sexy smell first introduces an icy hint of ginger, a mouthwatering aphrodisiac that will leave your senses tingling. An oriental scent is then created with a mixture of myrrh, liquor, leather and is intensified with cinnamon that adds a dash of heat. The fragrance is also contrasted with a sprinkle of sugar that forms a combination of intense and tender tones. The explosive aroma is bursting with passion and will leave you yearning to indulge once more.

Products you might want to try

Hugo Boss Just Different Eau de Toilette Men's Aftershave (125ml)
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Mont Blanc Legend Night Eau de Parfum Men's Aftershave Spray (30ml, 50ml, 100ml)
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Versace Eros Pour Femme Eau de Toilette Women's Perfume Spray (100ml)
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