The Fall season is here and it's time to put all of those Summer Fragrances away.
So, what are the hot fragrances for Fall 2015? Well, according to Fragrancenet.com blog Eau Talk
you should be wearing scents that are deeper and have wood and spice notes. One of my very favorite classic Fall scents is Opium by YSL. That has been one of my signature Fall fragrances for over 20 years.
Here are 10 scents to help you easily transcend from Summer to Fall via Eau Talk
For Exotic Florals : Yves Saint Laurent Opium Eau De Toilette Spray , which boasts notes of exotic florals, mandarin and coriander.
For Soft Musks Taylor Swift Wonderstruck Enchanted Eau De Parfum Spray, filled with traces of peony blossoms, white musks and savory vanilla.
For Sultry Spices Jean Paul Gaultier Eau De Parfum Spray, which blends together sumptuous vanilla and mysterious woods. ( They also make a male scent that is fantastic!)
For Classic Orientals. Boudoir Eau De Parfum Spray brings a come-hither aroma right to your skin.
For Passionate Fruits Jimmy Choo Exotic tantalize your senses with accords of pink grapefruit, orchid and black currant.
For Wearable Woods Burberry The Beat Eau De Toilette Spray offers an sophisticated aroma you can clearly wear everywhere.
For Classic Beauty Miss Dior Classic Eau De Toilette Spray can go from daytime to nighttime with ease.
For Instant Sex Appeal Lolita Lempicka Midnight Illusions Eau De Parfum Spray your go-to pick, as it fuses together provocative notes of jasmine, iris and musks.
For Pure Seduction Creed Love In Black Eau de Parfum Spray create that alluring vibe in no time, as notes like violets and musks totally tempt and tease.
For Grace And Elegance Lancome La Vie Est Belle Eau De Parfum Spray bring a graceful and elegant aroma to your skin.
Also check out other Fall fragrance trends on Fragrancenet.com by visiting http://www.fragrancenet.com/boutiques/fall-trends
Do you have a fragrance Fall scent that you would like to share? Comment below!
Disclosure: Information and descriptions are provided by Eau Talk blog located on Fragrancenet.com. My favorite scent sight!