Fall Flowers

Byredo Rose of No Man’s Land

When petals are paired with woods, musks, and ambers, floral fragrances are cuddly enough for fall. Here, a harvest of cashmere-ready, garden-fresh spritzes.


Turkish rose gets a dose of papyrus and white amber in this September-crisp scent.

Byredo Rose of No Man’s Land, $220, byredo .com.


Amber, sandalwood, rose, and orange flower meld for a dark, toasty brew.

Tom Ford Noir Pour Femme, $165, tomford .com.


This mélange of leafy galbanum, rose, and sandalwood is downright elegant.

Sisley Soir d’Orient, $278, sisley-paris .com.


Cassis and pink pepper sweeten up vetiver and rose.

Estée Lauder Modern Muse le Rouge, $82, esteelauder.com.


Raspberry, praline, and bourbon vanilla add a delicious twist to this 15th-anniversary tribute.

Kenzo Flower by Kenzo, L’Elixir, $92, bloomingdales.com.


Black and white cedar and vetiver inject a grassy, woodsy freshness into peony and Bulgarian rose.

Narciso Rodriguez Narciso, $79, bloomingdales.com.


Black currant and pink pepper mix with rose, jasmine sambac, and sandalwood in a headier version of Burch’s original scent.

Tory Burch Absolu, $130, bloomingdales .com.


Eric Buterbaugh, a floral designer, sticks to what he knows best in his debut collection, which includes this jasmine-based creation accented with ambergris and amber.

Eric Buterbaugh Florals Celestial Jasmine, $300, ebflorals.com.


This foresty blend of incense, cedar, and fig has a hint of jasmine.

Agonist Parfums Nordic Noir, $195, neimanmarcus.com.


Rose and peony, which played supporting roles in the original Knot, take the lead in this airy bouquet.

Bottega Veneta Knot Eau Florale, $125, neimanmarcus.com.


Rose absolute, date, vanilla, and labdanum provide a modern update on the nuzzle-y classic note.

Carolina Herrera Amber Desire, $240, carolinaherrera.com.


This basil, grapefruit, and orange-blossom blend is sunshine in a bottle.

Elisire Eau Papaguéna, $325, bergdorfgoodman.com.