Here in the UK it doesn’t feel like spring will ever arrive; with rain forecast for the rest of the week and the threat of snow over Easter and the start of April, it really does feel like we’re going to be stuck in spring for ever, BUT, I’m doing everything in my power to make myself feel as though spring IS coming and that the winter is leaving – From filling our loft with the freshest of spring blooms (picture daffodils in every single corner and on every workspace), I’m ignoring the chilly weather and adding all the spring colours and trends to my wardrobe, hunting for blossom trees (and patiently waiting for ours to bloom), and wearing my favourite sweet, floral and beautiful scents.
I don’t know about you, but I never feel like I’ve completed my outfit of the day until I’ve applied lippy and sprayed myself with perfume. When a new season comes around, I try to switch up what I use and below are my current three favourites which I’ve been alternating recently:
- Jo Malone, English Pear & Freesia: Even though this scent is Jo Malone’s autumn perfume, it’s one that I turn to all year round. The sensuous freshness ripe pears is wrapped in a bouquet of white freesias, and mellowed by amber, patchouli and woods – It’s a luscious and golden scent that will always be my favourite.
- The Bodyshop, White Musk: This little beauty is another favourite of mine that I always return too, and I have been finding myself doing so more than ever this March. This scent is the perfect light, sensual, floral fragrance and is a glorious scent for this season!
- Marc Jacobs, Honey: This is a true spring scent that I haven’t turned to since last summer. It’s a beautifully sunny and enticing scent with a whimsical aroma. This delectable floral scent always gives me a buzz of energy and makes me reminisce of warm spring days. The scent is instantly catchy with a medley of pear and juicy manderin, with a white floral heart of orange blossom honey suckle. This is a stunningly warm scent that will leave you feeling golden, with that seasonal spring in your step.