Fall into Fragrance…

I’m slowly accepting that summer is almost over (tear). Don’t worry though, I still have some super-fun weekends planned that I’m sure you’ll hear about in the coming blogs. So to lift my spirits, I’ve been searching for the perfect fall fragrance to get me excited for jumping in huge piles of leaves and whipping out my new wool, nova check plaid Burberry scarf. So I found some fragrances to match any type of gal out there.

My first fall fave is the original fragrance from Badgley Mischka (SRP $90 for the 3.4fl. oz eau de parfum). One little spritz and I was wearing rich red lipstick with a deep side part, walking down a red carpet with some man-candy dressed in a zoot suit on my arm. This scent is for the type of girl whose looks can kill, and whose confidence knocks down every door she approaches. Inspired by Old Hollywood, the fragrance has rich notes (I like the bottom notes of Indian Sandalwood and Caramel Amber the best) that scream sophistication. Especially for a gal in real-world limbo like me, this fragrance pushes me over the “you’re not in college anymore” edge. Hop on over to SAKS FIFTH AVENUE and get yourself set for autumn with this rich and oppulent scented fragrance.

Ed Hardy’s new fragrance by Christian Audigier is for the spunky party girl with a little sass (SRP $55 for the 1.7 oz version and SRP $75 for the 3.4 oz). This chica seems to always take the last shot of Patron, but yet always has the last word with her flavor of the week. Described as “Tattooed Fruity Floral,” this fragrance combines innocence with class with its Tropical Mango and Sensual Musk. Other notes include Ruby Red Grapefruit, Freesia Petals and Linden Blossom. Even the bottle looks hot with hearts, skulls and flowers in funky artwork worthy of any spit-fire gal’s perfume table. Buy one for you (and while you are there – buy one for your honey – they also make a KICKIN’ men’s fragrance too!) at Macy’s, Nordstrom, Sephora and other fine retailers.

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