The perfect perfume for the winter season is what you make of it, whether it's delicate and feminine, rich and intense or sweet and punchy, no fragrance is one size fits all. For a bride-to-be, choosing winter fragrances isn't just about scent, it's about encapsulating the magic of the season in every fragrant note.
1/ Black Currant Leaf by La Bougie
Founded in Kinsale in 2012 by Lucy Hagerty, La Bougie is a range of beautiful fragrances to include the intoxicating concoctions of coconut and hibiscus, blackcurrant leaf and Tuscan bergamot. Often referred to as "An Italian Summer Evening", Black Currant Leaf is sunshine in a bottle and the perfect fragrance to warm up the cold winter months. With notes of cassis, jasmine sambac and musk.
2/ L'Eau Rêvée d'Hubert by Sisley
New to the beautiful Sisley fragrance family is L’Eau Rêvée d’Hubert, a deep, sexy fragrance that is focused on the sensuality of the geranium. This powerful perfume boasts a strong aromatic base.
3/ Gucci Bloom Intense by Gucci
Gucci is bringing sexy back this season with Bloom Intense, which is perfect for the bride who is not afraid of making her sensual presence known. This scent is an intensified version of the white floral blend.
4/ Sakura by Ormonde Jayne
If you are not familiar with the brand, Ormonde Jayne comes from a London lab in which fragrance creation is a fine art. Sakura really is an elegant option for any bride. It opens with notes of lime and Mandarin.
5/ Sakura Cherry Blossom by Jo Malone London
New to Jo Malone is Sakura Cherry Blossom, which opens with some delicate layers of cherry blossom before blooming into a full-blossomed rose. Floral notes are balanced with a touch of bergamot.
6/ Róisín Dubh Eau de Parfum by Cloon Keen
Róisín Dubh is a beautiful Irish distillation that would make for a particularly appropriate wedding fragrance. It opens in a dusky haze of Damascena rose that slowly unfurls into a base of smoky incense and tobacco.
- Kellie Billings