The floriental fragrances to try if your tastes are tricky to pin down
And while fruity florals and spicy woods are the most popular of the hybrid categories, we think it's time the floriental fragrance family got the attention it deserves.
And while 'floriental' may sound like it could be the name of a Game of Thrones character, the fragrance family itself is quite spectacular.
Part floral, part oriental, it's a category ideal for those who like to mix the sweet and the spicy, as opposed to the sweet and sweet combo of fruity and floral, or the spice on spice mix of orientals and woods. Floriental fragrances offer the best of both olfactory worlds.
So what exactly counts as a floriental scent, you ask? They tend to mix classic floral notes like rose, gardenia or peony with sensual ones of amber and vanilla - part sweet, part spicy, all around stunning.
Here are the floriental fragrances bound to convince you to get in on the goodness.
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