- 1 Byredo Mojave Ghost
- 2 Coqui Coqui Eau de Parfum - Coco Coco
- 3 Le Labo Rose 31
- 4 19-69 Kasbah Eau de Parfum
- 5 Proenza Schouler Arizona Eau de Parfum
- 6 Behnaz Pure Neroli
- 7 Apiece Apart L.A. Woman
- 8 D.S. & Durga Italian Citrus
- 9 Maison Margiela ’Replica’ By The Fireplace
- 10 Chanel No. 5
12 Perfumes That Remind Us of Our Travels
We love a great perfume, especially when the scent transports us to places near and far-flung. From the Mojave Desert to Morocco, here are 12 best perfumes with a strong sense of destination. Spritz and go.
Byredo Mojave Ghost
A tribute to the resilient ghost flower that's found deep in the Mojave desert, Byredo’s Mojave Ghost has a delicate charter, with floral a floral aroma. The smell lingers on the skin all day and is sure to get you compliments.
Coqui Coqui Eau de Parfum - Coco Coco
Created for the bohemian at heart, Coco Coco was inspired by the tropical beauty of the Yucatan Peninsula, and delicately captures the scent of fresh coconuts, with a bitter green edge. This light and airy scent is perfect for warm and balmy weather and is a must pack for your next tropical getaway.
Le Labo Rose 31
In NYC, you can’t step on to the subway without smelling Le Labos’ iconic Santal 33. While the hype around Santal exists for good reason, don’t forget about the elegant Rose 31. This scent is a favorite for its mix of feminine Grasse rose combined with striking spicy and woody notes. As with all Le Labo fragrances it can be worn by both men and women, and is right at home in multiple settings, from the French countryside to the hippest bars in Brooklyn.
19-69 Kasbah Eau de Parfum
Everyone who's traveled to Marrakesh knows the intoxicating scent of the city. Cosmetic brand 19-69 has captured the hard-to-pinpoint mix of spices, amber, white honey and sandalwood in its Kasbah Eau de Parfum. Inspired by the 60s and 70s party scene in Marrakesh, this is THE scent to wear for exploring the exotic.
Proenza Schouler Arizona Eau de Parfum
Inspired by the Sonoran Desert of Arizona, this first fragrance by Proenza Schouler is a blend of orris and florals, including blooming white cactus flower, jasmine, and orange flower. It’s the perfect perfume to wear when exploring the American Southwest, or anytime you want to invoke your adventurous side.
Behnaz Pure Neroli
For those looking for an all-natural beauty product, designer Behnaz Sarafpour has you covered. In 2017 she created two all water based single note flower essences inspired by her Persian heritage. The Pure Neroli body fragrance is made with pure orange blossoms harvested at their natural peak. With only two ingredients, orange blossoms and distilled water, the scent is clean, romantic, and smells so lovely.
Apiece Apart L.A. Woman
Created with LA sunsets, orange trees, jasmine in bloom and a hint of spiritual smoke in mind, L.A. woman is a truly unique perfume by Apiece Apart in collaboration with wellness company Bodha. The natural perfume is made using essential oils and organic jojoba oil, with notes of floral, citrus, and smoke that continue to reveal themselves on your skin throughout the day.
D.S. & Durga Italian Citrus
We love D.S. & Durga's Italian Citrus eau de parfum for summer. Think coastal Italy and a blend of citrus including cold pressed lemon, blood orange, green mandarin, violet leaf and incense. Fresh and clean with a touch of musk, the perfume is ideal for leisurely days spent reading in the shade and enjoying the balmy summers of the Italian coast.
Maison Margiela ’Replica’ By The Fireplace
As we inch closer to fall we’re starting to day dream of cozy log cabins and crackling fireplaces. Maison Margiela’s ’Replica’ By The Fireplace evokes that cozy autumn feeling: the warm and spicy aroma has notes of clove, chestnut, and vanilla accord, and perfectly captures everything we love about that time of year;
Chanel No. 5
This iconic perfume got its start in 1921 and is still going strong. It’s worldly, mysterious, and sensual, and combines May rose and jasmine, citrus, bourbon and vanilla. Wear it while strolling down the Champs-Élysées, or for a night out in any cosmopolitan city.
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