From 's fruity rhubarb scent to 's seriously green Stem perfume, there are an unprecedented number of brand new Summer perfumes all vying for a space atop your dressing table this Summer.
2019's Summer perfume update? The light, crisp and fruity fragrances, which are typical of the warmer weather, have been met with doses of musk, rosemary and even skin, working to transport you to even more exotic destinations in a single spritz.
Check out the best new Summer perfumes you need to splash out on ASAP.
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A far cry from the sickly sweet faux scent of foam bananas, this surprisingly sophisticated perfume reimagines the fruit with hints of pepper, jasmine and nutmeg. Think luxe tropical jungle retreat, rather than high street pick and mix.
You know that holiday smell when you first get to your villa in Greece? Well this is it. Jasmine, orange flower and neroli petals smell like summer in a bottle.
Inspired by the Greek myth of Minthé, a nymph who was transformed into a mint plant by Hades, Diptyque's newest offering is herby, fresh and a little bit moody.
Fruity floral perfumes don't come much more punchy than this. Created in collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), this rhubarb-based scent is perfect for summer night's with a glass of sangria.
Forget the petals of the flower, Malin + Goetz have harnessed the crisp green scent of a freshly cut stem. Hence the name.
We're yet to find a perfume that captures our summer mood quite like Byredo's Sundazed. A dreamy mix of mandarin, lemon, creamy jasmine and nostalgic candyfloss, keep this on your desk for an instant hit of optimism.
A spritz of Maison Margiela's evocative perfume takes that memory of lounging under a lemon tree in the sun and makes it a reality. Or at least the smell of it. Transport yourself to summer days in the garden via notes of citrus, cedar, coriander and tea leaves.
Despite popular opinion, perfumes don't have a gender. Which is why we're all about Molton Brown's androgynous Geranium Nefertum scent filled with fig leaf, oakmoss and bergamot.
Seriously green notes of wild grass, bramble and white nettle transport you to a meadow in Provence with just one spritz.
Take the smells of salty sea air, pack it into a super chic matte glass bottle and you've got Tom Ford's latest summer scent. Think zesty lemon, cypress oil juniper berries.
Drawing inspiration from Minnie Ripperton's 1970s hit, 'Les Fleur', this hand-crafted perfume blends pulpy fig, magnolia and neroli for a green take on a classic floral scent.
A summery floral twist on Coach's classic scent, this goji-berry and peony filled perfume is ideal for any going out-out situation.
If you're looking for a heady perfume that screams 'night out on the town' then this is the one for you. Rich white flowers, patchouli and juicy peach make for your new signature scent.
Travel to the tropics with hibiscus, sandalwood and fruity cassis in this jungle-inspired perfume. Wet hot never smelt so good.
This year's summer take on the iconic CK One scent comes complete with unexpected notes of matcha and Siberian woods. We're particularly feeling the kitsch pop art bottle design.
Sugar loaf pineapple, dewy rose and a delicious meringue accord make this the ultimate summer perfume for any sweet scent lovers.
The latest iteration of Acqua Di Parma's legendary Mediterranean-inspired perfume, this opens with spicy top notes of star anise, orange and petit grain. Just add a chilled glass of limoncello.
If you're more of a summer in the city kind of gal, then this is the perfume for you. Nectarines, sweet peas and apricot flowers come together to create a lighter take on a fruity floral juice.