Jo Malone set to launch new ‘Wild Flowers & Weeds’ spring fragrances and they sound amazing

Jo Malone fragrances are some of the most iconic ones around, so when we hear about a new launch from the popular perfumier, you can guarantee we're all ears.

Soon, Jo Malone will be launching their brand new Wild Flowers & Weeds collection in the UK, which will be a limited edition collection – meaning the scents won’t be around forever.

The new launch seems particularly apt for this time of year, taking its inspiration from the plants, weeds and flowers that are usually more acquainted with spring. But don’t be put off by the use of the word weeds, because these scents sound pretty dreamy.

There will be five scents on offer, which Jo Malone have said are “inspired by the unruly weeds and wildly-wonderful plants and flowers that line the banks of a winding river”. It’s certainly got us dreaming of warmer days in the countryside…

So what fragrances can we expect from the new Jo Malone collection?

Customers will soon be able to get their hands on a 30ml spray bottle in five scents; Nettle & Wild Achillea, Willow & Amber, Cade & Cedarwood, Hemlock & Bergamot, and Lupin and Patchouli.

The soft, natural fragrances are all printed in gorgeous, decorative bottles, that would make for a stunning addition to any dressing table.

Each cologne will cost £49, according to Pretty52, meaning they’re slightly more expensive than the same size bottle in Jo Malone’s staple colognes. However, the new scents are one of a kind, so they’d make for the perfect treat for a friend – or, for yourself…

Jo Malone will also be selling some chic, decorative tins (in green, blue and black) holding all five fragrances, for a more expensive price – ideal if you want to mix and match, or simply want a cute place to put all your new scents.

The new Wild Flowers & Weeds collection will drop in stores and online on 1st March 2019, so there’s not long to wait now! We anticipate plenty of demand though, so be sure to get yourself in the queue early…

Apester Lazyload