BEAUTY7 Summer Scents to Try NowWith temperatures rising, it’s time to lay off of the musk and go for one of these editor-approved picks.by Sue Williamson07.27.151“When it comes to fragrance, I tend to be fairly monogamous. This vibrant green scent is not only my summer favorite, it’s my winter, spring, fall one too.” – Alix Browne, Features DirectorLaboratorio Olfattivo Decou-Vert EDP, $140, min.com.2“This is the only fragrance I wear in the summer. It’s light enough to wear day or night, and the hints of fig and cardamom make it refreshing and mysterious.” – Gillian Sagansky, Assistant to the Editor in ChiefNest Fragrances Indigo Eau de Parfum, $68, nestfragrances.com.3“Jasmine for me is summer nights spent in love in Sicily – this perfume immediately takes me back there.” – Sarah Zendejas, Assistant Fashion and Market EditorTom Ford Jasmin Rouge, $220, saksfifthavenue.com.4“I love that this light, floral fragrance isn’t too sweet.” – Sarah Leon, Senior Web EditorJo Malone Orange Blossom Cologne, $125, nordstrom.com.5“Somehow this curious blend of apple blossom, marine accord, and coffee comes together to form the ultimate summer scent. ” – Sue Williamson, Digital EditorDiptyque Florabellio Eau de toilette, $125, diptyque.com.6“Traditionally, vetiver is considered a men’s scent, but the fact that it reminds me of a crisp men’s shirt is part of the reason I’m intoxicated by its fresh, woody aroma.” – Jane Larkworthy, Beauty DirectorAnnick Goutal Vetiver Cologne, $183, anouckgoutal.com.7“Tilly combines my two latest loves—gardenia, and the ‘roll and go’ bottle.” – Mia Adorante, Assistant Beauty EditorTilly by Rosie Jane roll-on fragrance, $39, byrosiejane.com.8“I pretty much never stray from my go-to Frederic Malle Iris Poudre perfume. But I am newly taken with Byredo’s hair perfume as a lush pick-me-up for post-workout (or even post-summer-strolling) hair.” – Vanessa Lawrence, Features WriterByredo Bal D’Afrique Hair Perfume, $62, byredo.com.