5 Local Fragrances to Spritz Now

These local fragrances have us stopping to smell the roses (and jasmine, and vetiver, and…)
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Olivine Atelier’s Olivine

Gardenias, the favorite flower of Fremont-based 
perfumer Julie Wray, are the key note of Olivine Atelier’s sweet signature scent, Olivine, $80. Available at Queen Anne Dispatch, Queen Anne, 2212 Queen Anne Ave. N; 206.286.1024. Also online at shopolivine.com

Gardenias, the favorite flower of Fremont-based perfumer Julie Wray, are the key note of Olivine Atelier’s sweet signature scent, Olivine, $80. Available at Queen Anne Dispatch, Queen Anne, 2212 Queen Anne Ave. N; 206.286.1024. Also online at shopolivine.com

Totokaelo One

Step into Totokaelo’s Capitol Hill store and you’ll recognize the subtly spicy notes of cloves and orange of the brand’s fragrance Totokaelo One, $120, which scents the shop. Capitol Hill, 1523 10th Ave.; 844.868.6523; totokaelo.com

Mykonos12

Notes of neroli and Mediterranean bergamot in Mykonos12, $150, by Maria Christofilis, capture a sun-drenched holiday on the Aegean. Available at Essenza, Fremont, 615 N 35th St.; 206.547.4895; essenza-inc.com

Madrona by House of Matriarch

Scents of lavender fields and towering cedar trees make up the Northwest-inspired Madrona fragrance, $330, by Bellevue-based perfumery House of Matriarch. Available at Nordstrom, downtown, 500 Pine St.; 206.628.2111; shop.nordstrom.com

Blackbird’s Ophir

Blackbird’s Ophir eau de parfum, $88, combines key notes of sandalwood and warm, vanilla-like tonka bean in this complex blended scent. Available at Prism, Ballard, 5208 Ballard Ave. NW; 206.402.4706. Also online at blackbirdballard.com

 

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