3 Spring Fragrances to Spritz

spring fragrances review swatch photo

The Body Shop Special Edition English Dawn White Gardenia *
Chloe Roses de Chloé *
DNKY Be Delicious Skin *

Get ready for the changing of seasons and pull yourself out of that springtime fragrance rut! I thought now would be the right time to take you through some of my picks for spring ready fragrances. In spring I like light, unfussy, clean and simple fragrances to contrast the sensual and dark ones from the winter months.

The Body Shop Special Edition English Dawn White Gardenia

A charming blend of Bergamot, Tuberose, White Gardenia and Sandalwood. A fresh and floral blend, It feels crisp and clean with a natural softness as the perfume wears. Conjuring up images of the UK countryside garden - unmistakably British. It contains the first 100% Organic Fair Trade Alcohol, the first time this has been used in perfume.

Chloe Roses de Chloé

Girly, sweet and gentle. Chloe Roses de Chloé has notes of bergamot, amber, musk with the with the top note is being rose. It’s a soft, non-synthetic rose scent which isn't overwhelming or fake. It has a crisp, light freshness that suits spring so well all while being youthful and unfussy. An inoffensive charming classic fragrance.

DNKY Be Delicious Skin

I was introduced to this late last year and it’s become a firm favourite in my perfume line up. Instantly recognisable by its signature apple shape, DKNY Be Delicious has been updated with some skincare friendly ingredients. Light fresh and uplifting and very crisp, just like I'd imagine an apple perfume to smell. Although not as apply as I expect it - I find it to smell quite strong of vanilla or cucumber with a hint of apple. Simple to wear and easy on the nostrils!

SHOP THE POST:


The Body Shop White Gardenia review swatch
THE BODY SHOP SPECIAL EDITION ENGLISH DAWN WHITE GARDENIA 
£15.50

Chloe Roses review swatch
CHLOE ROSES DE CHLOÉ 
£52



DNKY BE DELICIOUS SKIN review swatch
DNKY BE DELICIOUS SKIN 
£38




What's your spring scent?

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