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Fall 2011 Fragrance Trends

Posted on: September 21, 2011

If you’re looking for a new perfume to don this season, then check out the latest fragrance trends for Fall 2011. You’ll be sure to find a new favorite to wear all season long!


Florals – specifically, white floral scents – are a huge trend this season. Look for perfumes with a jasmine or orange-flower base, such as Kenzo FlowerTag. The flowery blend of jasmine, mandarin, peony, vanilla, musk and black currant is the perfect feminine and fruity scent to help bring a little of summer’s glow into the fall season. For a spicier floral scent, try Calvin Klein Beauty. This fragrance blends strong notes of lily, jasmine and cedarwood for a fall fragrance you’ll love.


Women are turning to fragrances with powder notes now more than ever this season, and there are several new selections on the market you can choose from. For a light, powdery scent try Love, Chloe from Chloe. This fragrance blends powdery musks, talc, rice powder, and floral notes for a sensual perfume that’s oh-so-feminine. Alternatively, you can go for a stronger powder fragrance with Narciso Rodriguez essence, a gorgeous blend of powder, musk, rose petals, iris and amber.

Fanciful Bottles

One of the hottest trends for fall is not a fragrance note itself, but rather how the fragrance is packaged! Fall is seeing a return of whimsical, stylized perfume packaging and there are several fun ones to choose from. Nina by Nina Ricci packages a fresh, fruity floral in a fanciful bottle resembling a just-picked apple. Vera Wang Lovestruck also offers gorgeous floral packaging that combines notes of mandarin, pink guava, tuberose, lotus blossom, precious woods and musk for a delicate fall fragrance that’s fresh and not overpowering.

Which Fall 2011 fragrance trend are you most in love with? Let me know in the comments and as always, stay lovely!


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