I'm the type of person who can get quite easily bored of a scent, so always have a few perfumes on the go... Not just me I hope?!

I know it sounds quite excessive, but I like to suit my fragrance of choice to my mood, or to the occasion and there are three in particular that are ticking all of the boxes for me during the transition from Summer to Autumn.
The first of the three perfumes I have to talk about is Monsoon's first ever fragrance; 'Rose Gold'. Not only is the name enough to capture any blogger's attention, the bottle and packaging itself pretty much sold it to me before I had chance to have a sniff! The teardrop shape bottle and rose gold accents are just so beautiful and will look stunning on anyone's dressing table, it's very luxe.
The scent itself is feminine and sensual with notes of citrus and decadent woods, lemon and fresh mandarin, rich vanilla, musk and balsamic amber, it's a real mixture, but one that works so well.
Next is a really unique and unisex choice; Sarah Jessica Parker's 'Stash'. I beg you not to let the fact that this is a celebrity endorsed product put you off, because this really is a good one. 
It's the first of SJP's scents that hasn't been overly feminine or floral and I have to say that it is my favourite of her's that I have tried. It's not too dissimilar to some of my all time favourites; Illamasqua Freak and YSL Black Opium. 
Sarah Jessica Parker describes this as 'unapologetically sexy and addictive', with base notes of vetiver and musk, heart notes of cedarwood, ginger lily and pistachio and top notes of grapefruit zest, black pepper and sage.
It's a strong and confident scent which starts the day heavy but wears down to still linger on the skin, perfect for a his and her's addition to the dressing room.
And lastly, I have been loving Thierry Mugler's 'Angel Muse', a scent which may remind you of the original Angel scent, yet with differences which I feel give it a more youthful, not as musky but bolder fragrance to it.
It's very unique, with an overall fresh yet woody scent to it. With notes of grapefruit, pink berries, hazelnut cream, vetiver and patchouli it's one which definitely stands out from the crowd.
I have been wearing this from day to night throughout Summer and will continue to wear it during AW season too. It's so long lasting on the skin, so not only gets top marks for scent, but for quality too and it's always one which gets people commenting on what I'm wearing. 

Which perfumes do you like to wear this time of year? I'd love to hear your recommendations in the comments!
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