Sol de Janeiro just dropped 3 new vacation-themed fragrances, and we have no chill
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Available individually and in an online exclusive trio, the new fragrances were inspired by specific summertime moments that everyone looks forward to. Basically, Sol de Janeiro bottled up the most delicious parts of the season for you to spritz from head to toe. Sustainably sourced, vegan and gluten- and cruelty-free, these new scents are sure to be a new staple in your warm-weather beauty lineup (and your beach bag).
From a more sultry scent to something lighter and even a tropical option, there’s a scent for everyone in this new trio. Keep scrolling to get to know the three new mists — and book that vacation while you’re at it.
What it smells like: "Anything can happen When in Rio. Sparkling and seductive, this warm amber floral fragrance comes alive like the energy of a bright-hot night. Flirt with daring notes of wild bergamot, luscious pear, and twilight jasmine."
What it smells like: "Set yourself on Do Not Disturb. Fresh and airy, this floral musk fragrance takes it easy like hotel mornings (or afternoons). Unwind with sheer notes of mimosa flower, nude musk, and warm sand."
What it smells like: "It’s Bikini Season somewhere. Tropical and juicy, this fruity gourmand fragrance captures the Insta-worthy feeling of poolside cocktails at your service. Chill out with succulent notes of guava nectar, sunlit orchid, and coconut water."
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