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5 Fragrances That Feel Like Soaking Up the Last of Summer

08.03.2023
5 Fragrances That Feel Like Soaking Up the Last of Summer

It’s a bittersweet time of year…

We’re soaking up the last few weeks of summer while gearing up for a pumpkin-spiced, football-filled fall.

If you’re not ready to think about the end of summer, look no further. We’ve picked scents that will evoke your favourite summer memory long into fall.

But if you’re someone who’s ready for the cooler days ahead, don’t worry. We’ve got something for you, too.

Mimosa

Arguably one of the best summer activities is carefree Sunday brunches, spent dining al fresco in the sun. Capture this feeling with Mimosa, a fruity floral scent with notes of sweet Blood Orange, juicy Mandarin and sheer Jasmine.

Bergamot

Perhaps you’re already mourning summer nights sitting outdoors long after the sun sets. Bergamot’s splashy Bergamot, green Violet Leaf and clean Vetiver notes will transport you back outside in just a few spritzes. 

Nectar

Nectar was inspired by walking through an orange grove, the scent of the orange trees mixed with the feeling of the sun shining down. If you’re looking for a scent that’s bottled sunshine, reach for Nectar’s blend of fresh Orange Blossom, citrusy Neroli and juicy Pomelo.

Bois

If you appreciate summer but are eager for fall, this one’s for you. Bois’ warm Bois de Cedar, creamy Sandalwood and spicy Pink Pepper create a soft wood that you can easily transition from one season to the next.

Gin

In case your favourite summer memories involve nights out with friends, then make a statement with Gin. The scent of sparkling Juniper Berry, bitter Lime and spicy Ginger Leaf was inspired by time spent in long conversations over cocktails.

Archive Kit

Interested in trying all of them? Try the full collection with the Archive Collection Discovery Kit.

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