Must-Have Fragrances From ARRAN A/W 2023

A new season often means a new wardrobe, a new sense of self and, for many, the need for a new signature fragrance. ARRAN, one of the UK’s finest creators of aromatics, distill nature into every drop of product and do so with the upmost care and attention. Established in 1989, this stunning Scottish brand has been carefully taking inspiration from nature around the island home of Arran. Uniting rugged hills, cold seas, untouched scenery, fresh spring waters and vibrant lands, each product carefully evokes this beautiful sense of place.

FOR HIM Machrie Mens Eau de Toilette 100ml (£45)

One of the most popular men’s fragrances sold by Arran Sense of Scotland, the Machrie Eau De Toilette boasts layers of sea salt and rockrose, creating a refreshing scent when sprayed. Crisp and invigorating, the scent evokes open skies, drift woods and stretches of open sand associated with the ebbing brightness of an idyllic coastal scene.

A long-lasting aroma that is perfect for using day or night, apply the Machrie men’s fragrance to your pulse point as desired to enjoy this delicately blended fragrance at its best.

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FOR HER – Imachar 100ml Eau de Toilette

Spend your day leaving a scent of Bergamot and Honeysuckle everywhere you go with the Imachar Eau De Toilette by Arran Sense of Scotland. A delicately balanced combination of clover, honeysuckle, rose, honeyed gorse and violet, creating layers of floral and fresh fragrances that brighten and refresh. A luxurious feeling Eau de Toilette with an affordable price tag, the beautifully bottled Imachar perfume should be applied to your pulse points as and when you want to enjoy this evocative scent.

On the west of Arran, Imachar is surrounded by natural beauty – calm and peaceful, yet wild and romantic.

This inspired, vibrant fragrance combines contrasting citrus accents of bergamot, mandarin and lime around a warm heart of clover, honeysuckle and rose.

The result is a natural balance of calm and energy, softened with honeyed gorse and violet.

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