[#image: /photos/585399aa57dfc3b0230f85de]||||||I'm pretty loyal to the small stable of scents that I wear. The only problem is, they're all light, white florals, so they don't necessarily carry over into the colder months. All the classic snuggly scents (the amber, musk and patchouli-based ones) just aren't my cup of tea. When I'm wrapped in cashmere and warming up by the fireplace, I want to smell more like, well, that fireplace. Anyone with me on this? Apparently, perfumer [Serge Lutens](http://www.salons-shiseido.com/en/flacons-vaporisateurs/fille-en-aiguilles.html) is. His newest scent, Fille en Aiguilles (loosely translated to "girl on needles") contains vetiver and pine needles (two of my favorite notes) in an intoxicating warm woody-smoky blend that's sexy but not at all in-your-face.\n\n $140 at Bergdorf Goodman and[ Barneys New York](http://www.barneys.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-BNY-Site/default/Search-Show?q=Serge%20Lutens).