During the summer I haven't gotten any feedback (good nor bad) on my perfumes. At one point I actually considered the possibility that they turned bad.
The temperature has dropped to about 55-60 where I live and my fragrances have started to jump out and get noticed a lot more. That temperature range seems to be the optimum on my skin. If you haven't received any feedback on your perfumes, don't be discouraged, perhaps your climate is not the best for exposing the beauty of the scent.