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3 Fresh fragrances for anyone who loves florals


By Wei Yeen Loh

3 Fresh fragrances for anyone who loves florals

If fresh, floral scents never fail to pique your olfactory senses every time you take a whiff, these three fragrances will make your day—and whisk you away to an imaginary stroll down a lush floral garden.

Marc Jacobs Daisy Love

Fans of Marc Jacobs’ Daisy range will be enamoured with its newest fragrance to the lineup—the Daisy Love. Made for those who love feminine yet sophisticated scents that come with floral hints (naturally), the Daisy Love opens with hints of sweet, crystallized cloudberries. The heart brings a floral piquancy to the fragrance with creamy daisy tree petals, while the dry down is delicate and unforgettable with warm cashmere musks and driftwood.


Kate Spade New York Live Colourfully

Can’t resist a bold splash of colour when you’re choosing an OOTD? The newest scent from Kate Spade New York might just be the right fragrance for your wardrobe personality. Aptly named Live Colourfully, this citrus-floral scent will bring out anyone’s playful, optimistic side with a combination of spirited notes. Top notes make a statement with sparkling mandarin, pink waterlily and star anise, while the heart leaves a floral trail of tiare flower, golden gardenia and coconut water. The base will leave you wanting more with sheer amber, musk and Tahitian vanilla.


Elie Saab Le Parfum in White

Elie Saab’s latest reiteration of its Le Parfum fragrance is definitely one for brides-to-be, with an elevated composition that is both fruity and addictive. With a dynamic duo behind the fragrance (Jérôme Di Marino and Francis Kurkdjian), the Le Parfum’s signature orange blossom and patchouli accord now takes on a modern chypre. Top notes of green mandarin essence from Italy, blackcurrant buds, and pear give a crisp opening, with the heart taking centre stage—a white bouquet of jasmine sambac, orange blossom absolutes, and peony. The fragrance then dries down with heady trail of vanilla and ylang ylang.

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