From YSL's Mon Paris, to Vilhelm Parfumerie's Harlem Bloom, we've been spritzing on our summer perfumes like they're going out of fashion.
Although, they literally kind of are, because just in time for autumn, those notes of sunny jasmine, crisp bergamot and fresh orange blossom are making way for warmer, spicier and more brooding fragrances like tobacco, leather, tonka bean and incense - perfect for when the temperature takes a dip.
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With cosy boswellia incense, creamy cedarwood, velvety vanilla and notes of marigold, the newest addition to Carolina Herrera's fragrance family feels like wearing a hug. And the bottle? It's dressing table gold - literally.
Harrods - £215 for 100ml, available late August
Warm and brooding, Tom Daxon's Riven Oak is the perfume equivalent of the fail-safe leather jacket you fall back on every autumn. The unisex fragrance is powered by top notes of rum and pimento berries with added oak-wood, amber and silken musk and cedar wood - a far cry from the super-sweet fragrances we've been spritzing on all summer and so sophisticated, it hurts.
Tom Daxon - £155 for 100ml, available 1st October