Do you wear certain perfumes only in winter?
Some only in summer?
Do you mind those weather dictated conventions? Why or why not?
What is a perfume that would be impossible for you to wear in summer?
Generally I go with my mood. But there are certain perfumes that get more wear time in the colder seasons, some more in the warmer part of the year. But often I work exactly against that, when I crave summery colognes in February or insist on my ambers in June.
I am following a lunar-like cycle of craving where I tend to warm and opulent orientals for a time followed by a phase were it cannot be light and citrus-y enough. Luckily between those two poles almost everything fits in somewhere, irrespective of the season.
Perfumes I cannot wear in the heat of summer would be many by Serge Lutens, I otherwise love. Un Bois Vanille, Chergui, Douce Amère or Jeux de Peau are wonderful in a temperate climate, but in the heat they spell head ache with a vengeance.
How do you handle the seasons?