Angel is a wonderful powerhouse, but a powerhouse. After a while I can see one gets tired. The mainstream Lolita Lempicka has the same underlying structure, but with different topnotes (anise, fresher), and is more quiet.
For more suggestions:
Jasmine soliflore: A la nuit by Serge Lutens (Bergdorf Goodman, Barney's or Aedes de Venustas).
Rose soliflore: Sa majeste la rose by Serge Lutens, or any of the brand Parfums de Rosine (Barneys). If you like your rose on the jammy side, Nahema by Guerlain (Bergdorf Goodman), possibly in parfum concentration
Christmas trees and burning wood: Filles en aguilles by Serge Lutens (as above).
Green: Futur by Piguet (Henri Bendel)
Boozy: Idole by Lubin (rhum, a Henry Bendel). For champagne, Kenzo Flower (easy to find)
In general, NYC is one of the best places to buy perfumes, so many things! You can just walk around and smell your way through. My shopping trips usually include Barney's - Bergdorf Goodman - Chanel (on 57, for their "exclusives" series") - Henri Bendel in midtown, and Aedes de Venustas in the village.