EauMG’s Most Worn Perfumes Winter 2012/13

Here are the perfumes that I found myself wearing the most during winter 2012/13.

Winter perfumes

12. Serge Lutens Fille en Aiguilles – This is one of those predictable winter fragrances on the list. That doesn’t take away from its perfection. Here’s my review. $140 at Beautyhabit.

11. April Aromatics Bohemian Spice – This is a thick, spicy earthy fragrance that smells amazing on skin and on scarves. Complex and comforting. Here’s my review. €189 at April Aromatics.

10. Providence Perfume Co. Cocoa Tuberose – Delicious, sweet and cozy.  Here’s the review. $26 at Beautyhabit.

9. Chanel Coco EDT – One of my all time favorite winter perfumes and my favorite Chanel. It always shows up on the list. Here’s my review. Retails for $68 at Nordstrom.

8. Annick Goutal Songes EDP – Creamy white florals that were perfect for warm evenings in Puerto Rico. Here’s the review. It can be found at Fragrancenet.

7. The Different Company Sublime Balkiss – This is usually a summer pick; however, I started to crave it. It is awesome in the cold weather. Retails for $160 at Beautyhabit.

6. L’Artisan Parfumeur Batucada – This list is really off this time due to the fact that I visited a tropical place. This was absolutely perfect! Here’s my review. Retails for $100 at Beautyhabit.

5. Ramon Monegal L’eau de Rose – At the first of the year it never fails. I always crave rose fragrances. This has the purity of rosewater with the lasting power of a luxury perfume. Retails for $185 at Luckyscent.

4. Neela Vermiere Creations Mohur – More rose! This one is complex and delicious. Here’s the review. Retails for $250 at Luckyscent.

3. Hermes Vetiver Tonka – I really went through this one. It’s my vetiver caramel latte. Here’s my review. Retails for $235 at Hermes.

2. CdG Daphne – This incense heavy white floral is one of my husband’s favorites. It’s a good thing that I like it too. Here’s my review. Retails for $150 at Beautyhabit.

1. Malle Lipstick Rose – I’ve been wearing this one more than the others. I can’t get enough of it. When I’m not wearing it, I find myself wanting to wear it. Pop art. Here’s my review. Retails for $165 at Barneys. 

Which perfumes did you find yourself reaching for during this past winter?

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15 thoughts on “EauMG’s Most Worn Perfumes Winter 2012/13

  1. Hi V! So happy to see my beloved Bohemian Spice in your lineup! I am so proud of Tanja and the great strides she has taken with her business April Aromatics. Sadly my bottle of Bohemian Spice is finished- but I still have the delicious Calling All Angels which is in the same fragrance family I would say- xo M

    1. If I had Calling All Angels, I would have worn that! I didn’t try it until Jan. and quickly used up my sample.
      Tanja has an excellent line. Her florals are quickly stealing my heart.

    1. Thank you! I need to get it cut, bangs are driving me bonkers. They’re so long now I may as well grown them out.

      I have met a few in the Ramon Monegal line that I really like. I like what he does with flowers. I need to stop trying them because I keep finding ones that I like. And they’re $$$.

    1. I know it sounds weird, but Bohemian Spice is a “chewy” patchouli. It’s dense and that’s why I love it.

  2. This is a great line-up! Enough diversity for lots of moods, but still manageable. Now you’ve got me thinking about whether I could figure out a seasonal approach to my fragrances. Hmmm …

    1. I’m so seasonal with everything: foods, fragrances…even home decor (storage unit filled with “winter” chairs, rugs that I switch out). I’m a bit neurotic when it comes to seasons. I need to get better at mixing it up 😉

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