Would You Wear a Fragrance That Smells Like Sunscreen?
The fragrance market is full of only Eau de SPF! Bobbi Brown just released an updated version of her signature Beach fragrance as part of her new Miami collection ($68; bobbibrown.com), which features an unexpected sunscreen top note. And she’s not the only one: At the Beach 1966 by CB I Hate Perfume is a Coppertone-inspired scent with hints of wet sand and driftwood ($80; cbihateperfume.com). And Estee Lauder’s Bronze Goddess ($57; esteelauder.com) reminds us of poolside coconut lotion. Tell us: Would you wear a perfume that smelled like sunblock?