Fir and Frost is part of the five fragrance A Winter Story Collection which was inspired by winter seasons at home, where the low foothills of the Appalachian mountains are studded with bustling Christmas tree farms, barren corn fields blanked with shimmering snow, red winter birds flashing through the white and gray woods, and a cozy home and hearth with all the warmth and amazing aromas of the season.
From Wilde Ivy's website: Heavy morning frost feathers its way up the window panes, drawing delicate crystal curls on the glass. Outside the fir boughs hang heavy with the deep cold. The rising December sun filters through the pine trees, glittering like diamonds. Frost kissed fir boughs with a touch of white amber, aged cedarwood, warm tonka beans, snowflakes, and dried vanilla. Cool and crisp, a fresh unisex fragrance of a pine forest wrapped in pure white December snow. Fir and Frost is a perfume.
All Wylde Ivy products are crafted in small artisan batches by hand and are paraban, phthalate and cruelty free.
Reddit: This is a great warm, almost fuzzy-feeling winter atmospheric. The fir/pine and cedarwood comes out right away along with a very dry, woody vanilla. I can’t really separate the other notes, but I assume the white amber is what gives it that fuzzy fresh snow feeling. This is a “watching snow fall while wrapped in a fuzzy sweater” kind of atmospheric fragrance. It’s a well-balanced scent, with the evergreen toned down enough to not be overwhelming, and it has good throw and longevity. I do notice that the fir note comes out a lot more on my skin than it does when sprayed on cloth, but it’s a very natural mixed evergreen smell and I actually like it better with my skin toning down the sweeter notes.