BEAUTY

Seasonal Scents

Cozy winter fragrances suit warm winter wardrobes. Here, W editors share their go-tos.


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“It doesn’t just smell like a Christmas tree—there’s a hint of that rich sap aroma, too.” – Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director

Aftelier Perfumes Fir Perfume Solid, $245, aftelier.com.

2

“This warm vanilla scent was made for cold weather.” – Karla Martinez de Salas, Fashion Market and Accessories Director

Hermès Vanille Galante, $245, hermes.com.

3

“While the musk is appropriately cozy for winter, the citrus notes lend a welcome midwinter wake up call.” – Katie Becker, Beauty Editor

DS & Durga Italian Citrus, $106, dsanddurga.com.

4

“I like rich, woody scents in the winter. My boyfriend has a bottle of Christian Dior Leather Oud that I’ve been sneaking spritzes of lately.” – Karin Nelson, Features Editor

Christian Dior Leather Oud, $210, dior.com.

5

“It perfectly combines a warm, woodsy scent with bright notes of fresh white flowers.” – Christina Caldwell, Digital Director

Tom Ford White Patchouli, $112, sephora.com.

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“Spicy and rich, this Moroccan-inspired fragrance warms me up even on a chilly day.”- Kat Herriman, Digital Editorial Assistant

Aesop Marrakech Intense perfume, $79, aesop.com.

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“I am addicted to Etat Libre d’Orange’s funny names and luxe scents. With notes of rose absolute, lily of the valley, ginger, and amber, Putain des Palaces (pardon my French) is the perfect blend of sweet and spicy for the cooler months.” – Sue Williamson, Digital Editorial Associate

Etat Libre d’Orange Putain des Palaces, $80, luckyscent.com.

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“I’m not generally seasonal about fragrance, but when I do switch things up from my Frederic Malle Iris Poudre, to which I’m extremely loyal, it’s for Dior Bois d’Argent. I love the mix of powder, woodsy notes and iris in this unisex scent—it’s incredibly cozy and comforting.” – Vanessa Lawrence, Features Writer

Dior Bois d’Argent, $210, dior.com.

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“I have yet to find a scent I like more than this one—the wild fig coupled with cardamom makes it a captivating, and unique fragrance.” – Gillian Sagansky, Assistant to the Editor in Chief

Nest Indigo Eau de Parfum, $65, nestfragrances.com.

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“Albeit intended for the boys, this woody fragrance is perfect for a trip to the library for a day of reading and research.” – Mia Adorante, Associate to the Fashion and Style Director

Chanel Bleu de Chanel Eau du Parfum Pour Homme, $90, chanel.com.

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“I use this light Burberry scent everyday. It is the perfect refresher between work and holiday parties.” – Chrystin Bunion, Fashion Assistant

My Burberry Moisturizing Body Mist, $42, burberry.com.