It's time for a fragrance warm-up.
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Transitional Fragrances for Summer to Fall

Many of us have a favorite scent we use during the warmer months and another that's strictly for those late-October through early February days. But what about that tricky time between seasons? It's still too hot to go too warm and earthy, but we're ready to ditch the florals in favor of something with a hint of musk and a dab of patchouli. With that conundrum in mind, we've gathered a range of fragrances that tow the line between seasons effortlessly. Whether it's a light eau de toilette that calls to mind the setting summer sun or a crisp spritz that's ideal for mixing to create a custom olfactory experience, these pretty little bottles are here to see you through. Take a gander to find a new little beauty to add to your fragrance wardrobe.

Versace Yellow Diamond Eau de Toilette
What could be a better transition to fall than an eau de toilette that was inspired by a setting summer sun? $95/3 oz.;

Wild Bluebell Cologne
Here's a nostalgic choice that we're pretty sure is going to remind you of those late summer days of your youth. The sweet scent of wild-flowers is captured in a bottle. $140/100 ml.;

Idôle Eau de Parfum
We found one floral variety that works year-round. Although rose can sometimes be a bit overpowering, this floral is anything but. $96/1.7 oz.;

Tiffany & Co. Sheer Eau de Toilette
This true classic is crisp, clean, and light enough for mixing. Pair it with a warmer scent that isn't overwhelming. $117/2.5 oz.;

Eau de Minthé Eau de Parfum
Here's another 365 fragrance. Regardless of season, this fresh take on a nostalgic scent is always just right. It features mint, patchouli, and a hint of geranium. $175/75 ml.;

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What's your warm weather go-to? What about your wintertime perfume? Share your favorites with us—we're always on the hunt for a new fragrance to try.