According to fragrance experts, floral, fruity, and gourmand notes are set to influence fragrance formulations in 2014. Fortunately for you, FragranceNet is ahead of schedule and you don’t have to wait until next year to get your hands on these trending scents.
Daisy by Marc Jacobs: For a casual, relaxed floral perfume, give Daisy by Marc Jacobs a spritz. The mix of violet petals, vanilla, gardenia, and jasmine petals create a floral scent perfect for spring and summer days. Bright and playful, this delicate fragrance is definitely a departure from the classic, overbearing floral scents of the past.
Nina by Nina Ricci: Combining fruity and floral elements, Nina Ricci’s Nina has been in production since 1987 – Nina Ricci is absolutely doing something right! Notes of Calabrese lemon, red toffee apple, peony petals, lime, and cotton musk incorporates all three trending scents. Subtle, yet seductive, Nina is best suited for a night out on the town.
La Vie Est Belle by Lancome: La Vie Est Belle is Lancome’s interpretation of an oriental fragrance with a gourmand twist. The brand claims it is the first ever iris gourmand and includes notes of praline, vanilla, patchouli, pear, iris, and black currant to create a sweet and feminine perfume whose name translates to, “life is beautiful.”
Betsey Johnson by Betsey Johnson: Introduced in 2006, Betsey Johnson screams girly girl! Opening with notes of grapefruit, pear, tangerine and black currant, the feminine elixir meets middle notes of red apple and freesia and finishes with base notes of praline, amber, sandalwood and cedarwood. The yummy scent is quite versatile and can be worn day, night, or whenever you need a little extra girl power.
What do you look for in a perfume? Will you be trying any of these floral, fruity, and gourmand trending scents?