Surprise, surprise! Chemist in the Bottle is having a weekend poll! Hope you’ll join the party.
In my latest review of Reverie au Jardin by Andy Tauer I had a small talk with Hajusuuri. Its main conclusion was the fact that perfumistas often have perfume & weather issues, especially when one wants to sample a dense, heavy and warming scent in the middle of summer or, in reversed situation, when one feels like reaching for a light and sunny fragrance while it’s snowing outside.
Today I would like to hear what are, in your opinion, some good perfume that could receive a title of a year-round suitable scent. Something that can be proudly worn regardless the temperature and weather conditions. Name as many (or as few) as you wish and don’t forget to share what in your opinion makes them suitable for a year-round wear.
My answers: Prada Amber Pour Homme or Prada Infusion d’Homme (Infusion d’Iris as well). I like clean, soapy, powdery scents – they do pretty good in different tempetatures. To me iris is the note that is pretty universal in terms of weather issues as it can be done in many different ways that please different tastes. Osmanthus Interdite from Parfum d’Empire should also be fine.
What say you? Thanks to Hajusuuri for bringing this lovely poll theme!