Is it just us, or are our cozy fall sweaters just begging to be spritzed with a slew of new fragrances? From striking florals to smoky woods, this season is teeming with must-haves that suit every mood and occasion.
This little, statement-making chain bag bottle is so chic we want to tote it around everywhere. And the mixture of sexy (Italian plum, iris flower, and jasmine sambac) and earthy (vetvier, papyrus woods, and liquid amber) makes us want to reserve the fragrance inside of it for our most glamorous fall nights.
Marc Jacobs Decadence Eau de Parfum 1.7 oz, $95; lordandtaylor.com.
When Wildfox revealed it'd be dipping its toes into the fragrance world, we knew they'd be taking us back in time, namely to the free-spirited '70s. With top notes absinthe, incense, and apricot, it's our hippy-dippy dream come true.
Wildfox Eau de Parfum 1.7 oz, $70; nordstrom.com.
Rodriguez is known for his understated sensuality on the runway and the same could be said for his latest fragrance, which boasts a sultry, harmonious blend of peony and Bulgarian rose. If you're looking for the ying to its yang, the designer's eau de parfum is just that.
Narciso Eau de Toilette by Narciso Rodriguez 3 oz, $98; bloomingdales.com.
Because we all have those nights where we want channel our inner jazz-club-going smoke show, you'll savor the spicy pink pepper and saffron notes married with the earthy leather and cedarwood. But just know: this fragrance is best enjoyed while the Best of Billie Holiday is playing on vinyl.
Vilhelm Parfumerie Smoke Show Eau De Parfum 100 ml, $245; barneys.com.
The name alone is intriguing enough (it's a dedication to the Red Cross nurses of World War I) but once you get a whiff of Byredo's latest, you'll be smitten with the sweet, yet subtle rose petal remix with pink peppercorn and raspberry blossom.
Byredo Rose of No Man's Land 50 mL, $145; byredo.com.
The first fragrance by Alaïa, it's the ultimate cross between cool and warmth. First, there's the bottle which is the brand's signature laser-cut pattern cast in translucent black glass with a golden spool of thread cap. Then there's the scent, which is a nostalgia-inducing bouquet of airy floral notes and animal-like musks.
Alaïa Paris Eau de Parfum 1.6 oz, $115; saksfifthavenue.com.
Good things come in threes and for proof look no further than Kors' heavy metal fragrance trio comprised of White Luminous Gold (pear, jasmine, and amber), 24K Brilliant Gold (mandarins, florals, and woods), and Rose Radiant Gold (fruits, florals, and musks).
Michael Kors Gold Collection, $100 each; michaelkors.com.
There were collective screams of delight when Prada's cool younger sister brand announced it would be debuting its first-ever, eponymous fragrance. House in a retro-inspired red, white, powder blue bottle, its major note players are lily of the valley and peppery akigalawood. And like a Miu Miu dress, it's classic with a youthful twist.
Miu Miu Eau de Parfum 50 mL, $86; neimanmarcus.com.