A winter fragrance isn’t necessarily a holiday fragrance. The holidays smell like cinnamon, fir, firewood, and fresh cookies. But we don’t need to tell you that winter extends long past the holiday season, so your go-to seasonal fragrance should carry you through the first days of spring. Winter fragrances should be warm and sensual, and wear long enough that the scent lingers on your favorite sweater. Whether you love a gourmand like chocolate or vanilla, or you prefer a cooler version of your favorite floral, these are the eight best new fragrances to wear this winter.