These 7 Latine Fragrances Are Spring Must-Haves

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Is it really spring if we’re not investing in a brand-new floral fragrance? If you’re as obsessed with fragrances as I am, then I know you are. But if you haven’t already, Remezcla’s got you covered with a list of our favorite Latine-owned, spring-forward fragrances — even if you’re not the biggest fan of florals. Whether it’s a sweet vanilla, a fresh bergamot, or salty sea water, these scents aren’t your grandma’s floral perfumes.  

Plus, most of these fragrances are gender-neutral — meaning they’re an effortless blend of deep warm notes (masculine) and classically feminine ones. So, keep on scrolling to shop seven of our favorite luxury Latine-owned fragrances we highly recommend. And who knows? You just might find a new signature scent that’s ethically produced, inspired by Latine culture, and that transcends the season.  



One of my personal favorite brands, DedCool is a genderless, non-toxic, and vegan fragrance brand that was founded by Chilean-Italian-American Carina Chaz. And its newest spring release, Sunlit Blooms, will remind you of a sweet summer day spent in your favorite botanical garden. It features sustainably-made notes of orange blossoms, white florals, and delicious salty vanilla. 


House of Bō

House of Bō is a luxury, hand-made fragrance brand, which was founded by Bernardo Möller, who is Italian-American and German-Mexican. LA MAR — which features a white quartz cap — will be your new signature fragrance if you adore the beach, with its notes of Arabian jasmine, sea water, Mexican gardenias, coconut, and pink pepper. 



Obsessed with haircare brand Ceremonia’s signature scent? No need to go overboard on the leave-in conditioner! Perfume de la Tierra is a soft woody scent that will inspire nostalgia with its notes of bergamot, South American Tonka Bean, pink pepper, violet, peach, and driftwood. 



Inspired by the floral offerings made at Aztec Mexican temples, Flor Y Canto by Arquiste is an intoxicating white floral scent with a base of copal incense with notes of five native Mexican flowers: magnolia grandiflora, tuberose, plumeria, wild acacia, and marigold.


Carolina Herrera

The fresh floral scent of Good Girl Blush is the newest fragrance by Carolina Herrera, and features notes of Italian bergamot, mandarin, ylang-ylang, peony, and vanilla. And of course, it’s all housed in the brand’s iconic heel but, this time, it’s pink! 



EAUSO VERT is a conscious luxury fragrance brand co-founded by Tanya Gonzalez, and its bestselling scent is Purple Noon. The sunset-inspired Eau De Parfum is cruelty-free and vegan with notes of tuberose, geranium, Moroccan orangeflower, vanilla, and musk. 



Founded by Veronica Peña and Ignacio Cadena, and Héctor Esrawe, Xinú is a Mexican brand that handcrafts luxury scents that celebrate botany from all across the Americas. Monstera, its fourth fragrance, features notes of white datura, torito orchid, moss, and, of course, monstera.