Fashion changes, but it is cyclical. Now the classical style perfectly coexists with entertaining mixology. We can easily put on a classic jacket with trinis, combine rough boots and a light silk dress, and go to a landmark event in a total look of denim. In the selection of fragrances by style, there are also no seemingly strict restrictions, the main thing is that “the perfume suit fits”.

But aroma experts believe that there is a small catch hidden here. The fact is that perfume should go well not only with your skin, but also with the fabric from which the clothes are tailored. Each fabric also has its own flavor, the main thing is that the fleur of perfume does not interrupt it, does not compete, but complements it.

Aromaexperts offer you competent combinations of materials and perfume. Try experimenting on yourself.

If you wear cotton

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Clothing made of lightweight and versatile cotton closest to the body. From cotton we wear underwear, T-shirts, shirts, t-shirts. This breathable fabric is suitable for airy notes, citrus or floral, like jasmine or iris.

Photo: Siberie, Carolina Herrera, Zadig&Voltaire

Choice of stylists: Eau de parfum Altai L’Inspiration de Siberie
(bergamot and tiare), fragrance CH L’Eau Carolina Herrera (notes of red tea, Sicilian orange and citrus accords), perfume This Is Her! Zadig&Voltaire
(Arabian jasmine, vanilla, chestnut cream).

If you wear linen

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Linen is always associated with summer. Sundresses, the lightest shirts, suits are made from it. Linen, what you need in hot weather, and, by the way, things from this fabric are at the height of fashion in the spring-summer season.

The fabric itself smells like freshness after a shower mixed with baby powder. Aquatic, citrus accords, cucumber freshness, jasmine and white peonies are perfectly combined with this composition.

Photo: Avon, Dior, Ungaro

Choice of stylists:
perfume Eve Truth Avon (peony, honey gardenia, freesia), fragrance Eau de Toilette Miss Dior (red orange, mandarin, Grasse rose), Ungaro Feminin (grapefruit, peony petals, bouquet of violets and orange blossoms).


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Our weather is so unpredictable that, I’m afraid, we can not part with things from this fabric even in the summer. But there is an obvious plus – the collections of cashmere from designers this season of a miracle, how good.

This fabric naturally has a sweetish, almost vanilla smell, like in a candy store. Aromas of spices, notes of oud, vetiver, musk, patchouli and the same vanilla or sweets will be perfectly combined with it. They will beat cashmere and floral chords, such as rose or freesia.

Photo: Faberlic, Givenchy, Love Republic, Narciso Rodriguez

Choice of stylists: fragrance
Renata Secret Faberlic (fig, bergamot, water lily, amber, vetiver), perfume Live Irresistible Rosy Crush Givenchy (pink pepper, goji berries, patchouli), fragrance Love Gold Edition Love Republic (champagne, orange blossom, whipped cream, musk, sweet balsamic amber), perfume Pure Musc Narciso Rodriguez (musk, bouquet of white flowers and warm shades of cashmeran).



A soft, cooling fabric that feels like a second skin when you put it on. It is not for nothing that in the countries of the East it is called gold, and at one time silk was a currency.

If you smell this fabric, you will feel the most delicate sweetish aroma. Perfumes with such subtle notes have not yet been invented, but there are perfumes that perfectly beat this flair. These are fragrances with accords of citrus, spices, white and pink flowers.

Photos: Bruno Banani, BVLGARI, Urban Scents, Jo Malone, Versace

Choice of stylists: fragrance
Daring Woman Bruno Banani (orange and pink flowers, resinous shade of cedar), perfume Rubinia Le Gemme Reali BVLGARI
(citrus, sandalwood absolute, tonka bean), fragrance Sensual Blend Urban Scents (Australian sandalwood oil, vanilla absolute, amber note, leather), perfume Lupin & Patchouli Jo Malone (patchouli, mandarin) Versace Eros Flame (citrus, rosemary, patchouli extract, vetiver, tonka bean, vanilla).


By Yara

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