In Bloom: Jasmine Fragrances You Need

Posted in Fragrance on February 2, 2020 by


Revered for its gritty, grounded sweetness, it’s no surprise that jasmine is one of the most popular fragrance notes.

Just when you thought you’d seen it all, these new iterations of the popular white floral will take you to a whole new world.

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Giorgio Armani

An homage to the golden hour, Giorgio Armani’s Light Di Gioia—translating to light of joy—is just that. With gardenia and jasmine pairing with a woody base, it exudes an elegant sillage that is as bright and warming as the fading sun on summer’s day.

L’Artisan Parfumeur

An intoxicating mix of banana flower and jasmine, this composition is a unique journey from first spritz. Opening with bracing pepper and fresh violet leaf, the scent leads into gardenia and jasmine, revealing base notes of musk and amber, creating a beautifully paradoxical fragrance.

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Rochas

Reminiscent of fragrant French garden in the summertime, it is both energetic and cheerful. With tangy, sweet candied apples and blackcurrant pairing with feminine rose petals and Egyptian jasmine, the scent is both elegant and magnetic.

Ellis Brooklyn

Bedded on a hyaluronic acid base, it becomes a second-skin scent with a refined woman in mind. The airy aroma of jasmine combines with musk and white cedar to create a concoction that is both feminine and alluring yet delivered with subtlety.

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BDK Parfums

Be transported to the gardens of Palais Royal with this veritable buffet of Turkish roses and jasmine. Delicate and romantic, floral notes are punctuated with fresh pear, strawberry and blackcurrant notes, creating an airy sophistication that is emblematic of the Parisian woman.

Gucci

Akin to smelling a bouquet of fresh florals, the trio of jasmine bud, tuberose and Chinese honeysuckle impact immediately, subverting the traditional fragrance composition of top, heart and base notes. Inspired by the heightened sense of rebirth and promise at the dawn of spring, you’ll be transported to the flower fields where buds are preparing to bloom.

 

This article originally appeared in the Winter 2019 issue of Gritty Pretty Magazine.

WINTER 2019 ISSUE OF GRITTY PRETTY MAGAZINE

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