What does spring smell like?
Winter blues are still dominating, but spring is definitely in the air and blooming plants can already bee seen on the streets of London. The scent of spring comes in many colours and shades of bloom. It starts with delicate blooms of fruit trees and snowdrops followed by beautiful white florals with lily of the valley taking centre stage. Odore Mio’s Lily of the Valley is one of the three fragrances in the spring floral collection. The other two include Devotion and Muguet. All three include lily of the valley at the heart. Muguet features additional woody notes, rosewood and citrus which brings this composition closer to the vintage original. Devotion incorporates additional floral notes such as rose and citrus blossoms and brings this composition closer to late spring or early summer.
Be my Valentine
During the Middle Ages, it was believed that birds paired in mid-February. This was then associated with the romance of Valentine. Although these legends differ, Valentine’s Day is widely recognized as a day for romance and devotion. Odore Mio collection of spring fragrances with romantic nuance includes Goldleaf Homme and Goldleaf Femme. The two fragrances were developed as companions and can be used together or separately. Each offers a refreshing take on citrus fresh cologne for Homme version and delicate sensual Tuberose for Femme version.
Arrival of spring and summer is often associated with beautiful blooms of Magnolia trees, one of the oldest plants of our planet. Magnolia blooms are impressive, large, and nevertheless very delicate. Magnolia flower produces sophisticated sweet green scent which was found to trigger emotional response of romance and happiness in humans. Odore Mio Magnolia based perfumes include three Magnolias: White Magnolia, Pink Magnolia, and Magnolia 94 aka Purple Magnolia. Each has its own distinct profile and all three take inspiration from real magnolia trees.