6 Ultimate Spring Fragrances

Go light and refreshing this season.

By Josh Bozin 14/10/2021

Spring is so often referenced as a season for renewal, for change. It’s a chance to start afresh, do some spring cleaning and reach for the things that you really want — including your personal grooming and fragrances. Here, we’ve collated a heady list of light and refreshing fragrances perfect for the spring ahead.

Tom Ford Soleil Blanc EDP, 100ml

Tom Ford rarely falters, as seen across sartorial lines and fragrance. Take this incarnation, for example. Light, florally, warm and sweet, it’s brimming with notes of pistachio and bergamot. A perfect daytime scent for this spring and beyond.

$490, davidjones.com

Jo Malone London Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne, 100ml

One of our favourite scents for the spring/summer season, this fresh and inviting cologne smells exactly as envisioned—windswept shores, sea salt, summer sun, fresh sage. Created to evoke feelings of pleasure, it doesn’t disappoint.

$210, jomalone.com.au

Maison Margiela Lazy Sunday Morning EDT, 100ml

This floral and woody fragrance is as enticing as the name suggests, inspired by freshly washed cotton sheets, spring sun and delicate notes of fresh pear, orange flower, white musk and iris. A clean scent that won’t impose on those around you.

$185, mecca.com.au

Diptyque Do Son EDT, 100ml

One of Europe’s most-loved fragrance houses, Diptyque’s “Do Son” delivers prominent notes of tuberose, orange tree leaves and iris, while stirring memories of dreamy summer nights. It’s sweet yet sharp, and effortlessly rests on the skin.
$192, mecca.com.au

Le Labo Rose 31 EDP, 100ml

Scents from this New York-based luxury perfumer work thanks to a unique and bespoke take on what a fragrance can be. Rose 31 is one of the atelier’s classics, balancing masculine and feminine notes—think centifolia rose combined with warm, woodsy cedar and cumin.

$430, lelabofragrances.com.au

Frédéric Malle Music For A While EDP, 100ml

If you’re after a lasting scent this spring then look to Frédéric Malle. Music For A While proves powerful and alluring, sophisticated and robust—a headturner packing notes
of (subtle) pineapple, patchouli, amber and vanilla, with a hint of mandarin.

$420, mecca.com.au


This piece comes from the new Spring Issue – on sale now. Get your copy or subscribe hereor stay up to speed on all things with Robb Report’s weekly luxury insights.


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