Switching up one’s scent is not to be taken lightly — something that smells delicious at first spritz can seem sickening a few hours later. Luckily, cult perfumers Fabrice Penot and Edouard Roschi of Le Labo have unleashed a new wide-ranging line of fragrances with Anthropologie this week. From a spicy musk Belle Du Soir to the citrus Orange Discrète, the six-bottle collection offers fertile ground for finding a new fall scent. Our wrists were won over by Bouquet Blanc, with top notes of cassis buds and bergamot and middle notes of jasmine, tuberose, and orange flower. The scent is fresh and floral, with a musk base note that tempers the natural sweetness. The bottle itself ought to find a prime spot on your makeup table: Each is adorned with an artful vintage stamp design.
Bouquet Blanc, $62 at Anthropologie or online.