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Recommended Fall/Winter scents for 10-25 degrees celsius (50-77 Fahrenheit)

Hey there. As someone who lives on the mid-line of Australia, the main dilemma here is our Fall/Winter really doesn't get that cold. It will usually be around 18 in the morning, 23-25 at day, then steadily drop down to 10 at night.

While some people prefer warm scents at the mere thought of winter, I really can't get my head around warm winter scents purely because of my body chemistry. I am very warm most of the time and can sweat very easily as a result, so most sweet perfumes e.g) Rochas Man, A*Men, and even Burberry London, will become very cloying and nauseating.

So I guess the thing I'm looking for are scents that are in between Summer and Winter, but leaning more towards the Winter side, as I currently only frequently use ADG Essenza and GIT for when its more than 25 degrees celsius. In the past I used to use Aventus for Winter and I found that it worked very well since it's so versatile, but I would like to find something new. In terms of spiciness, I really like the subtle spice in Essenza, but too much definitely puts me off. Out of the scents listed, I also have Oriental Santal and Body Kouros, both of which I don't use as OS is nauseating for me (the cinnamon in Burberry London and Oriental Santal really puts me off), and Body Kouros I actually quite like, and would love, if not for the fact that longevity is terrible on me! (Which I think is a skin chemistry problem since it usually lasts amazingly on others)

So to sum it up:
Looking for)
Versatile scent that can handle Autumn/Winter/Spring, but best between Autumn and Winter

Not looking for)
Overpoweringly sweet (A*Men, Rochas Men) that becomes cloying once it gets hot
No strong hints of cinnamon

Would you have any recommendations for me?
Cheers from down below :)

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Recommended Fall/Winter scents for 10-25 degrees celsius (50-77 Fahrenheit)


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