By Sue Williamson for W Magazine.
Now that it’s finally winter, it’s time to switch up your scent. Here, 7 editor faves to try this season. The inspiration: “Gigi Hadid: The Post It Girl,” styled by Edward Enninful; W magazine September 2015.
“I wear the same Tom Ford Black Orchid fragrance year round, its too good to give up.” – Rickie de Sole, Fashion Market and Accessories Director
Tom Ford Black Orchid, $75, tomford.com.
“A bit sweet, totally warm, and overwhelming indulgent–spritzing Day For Night makes me feel like I’m wrapped in a blanket.” – Mia Adorante, Assistant Beauty Editor
Prada Olfactories Day for Night, available on prada.com.
“I burn this candle all winter in my home. The hints of tulip and rhubarb keep me warm on cold winter nights, it’s completely addicting.” – Gillian Sagansky, Assistant Writer / Associate to the Editor in Chief
Byredo candle, $80, byredo.com.
“I don’t want to blast everyone indoors with a strong scent, so I’m keeping it classic-ish with Chanel No. 18.” – Emilia Petrarca, Associate Digital Editor
Chanel No. 18, $160, chanel.com.
“Pretty, but not too girly. I’m happy to have this scent attached to all my sweaters.” – Sarah Leon, Digital Director
Archetypes Tastemaker, $64, archetypes.com.
CB I Hate Perfume
“What’s a better winter scent than one of a fireplace? I prefer said fireplace to be in my hair and on my neck. Is that so wrong??” – Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director
CB I Hate Perfume Burning Leaves, $100, cbihateperfume.com.
“Home scents are particularly important for winter hibernation. This Byredo candle has a woodsy, leathery fragrance that lends itself to cozy nights in.”- Vanessa Lawrence, Features Writer
Byredo candle in Tree House, $80, byredo.com.
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