3 Best Scents for Work and Play

Whether you are looking for a new scent to start 206 off right or just looking to expand your knowledge about perfumes, the market researchers at perfume.com have come up with the latest must have list for work and play.

The 3 fragrances were selected through three different processes of analysis: tracking information requests over a 12-month period, trend scouting by our internal researchers and trend tracking through external databases.

1. Diesel Fuel for Life Pour Femme Perfume. A secret and sexy elixir of sexy blackcurrant, jasmine and antique patchouli. Fuel for Life by Diesel is inspired by the scent of a Venetian liqueur, the blackcurrant and woody harmonies blend perfectly to make a sensual and sexy potion. This scent dries down to a soft, powdery, very feminine fragrance.

Diesel Fuel for Life Pour Femme Perfume

2. Euphoria  by Calvin Klein. Sultry, unblushingly feminine and highly suggestive, this strobe-light of a fruity gourmand (a family that reprises scents evoking culinary delights) packs a punch and creates a memorable impression; an euphoric one, like its name. What Calvin Klein’s Euphoria lacks in restraint however it makes up for in passionate sexiness and self-confidence. The fruity top with succulent pomegranate, persimmon and green touches is but the overture to a heart of narcotic flowers (champaca, lotus blossom, black orchid) which are foiled into notes of nectarous amber, creamy violet sweets, patchouli and woods. Good enough to drink!

Euphoria  by Calvin Klein

3. Tresor by Lancome. Unabashedly lush and feminine like its original face, model and actress Isabella Rosellini, Tresor by Lancome has celebrated 20 years on the market already since its introduction in 1990. An exceptionally recognizable and generous fragrance, Tresor melds the most feminine notes in all of perfumery in its memorable wake: the beauty of rose, the clean elegance of muguet (lily of the valley), the tender touch of apricot blossom and peach, all sprinkled with notes of lilac, sandalwood, musk and vanilla accounting for a prolonged, unforgettable experience. Its perfumer, the legendary Sophia Grojsman, described it as a “hug me” fragrance and who could resist its charms under a full moon or worn with a curve-hugging cashmere dress? The striking upside-down pyramid-shaped bottle houses a peachy, amber-colored jus complimented by a square black cap fitting in the cusp of your hand like an extension of your feminine prowess. Like its name suggests, a treasure!

 

Tresor by Lancome