There’s something magical about wearing perfume. Not only does it make us smell good, it makes us feel good, especially floral perfumes. Perfumes with high floral notes are obviously more popular with women. Floral perfumes are fun, flirty and feminine!
Most people have a signature scent. But if you don’t have one yet, consider one of these best-selling floral perfumes:
Gardenia, Elizabeth Taylor
This floral perfume, launched in 2003, has notes of gardenia (obviously!), jasmine, lily of the valley, orchid, rose, white peony, and carnation.
Daisy, Marc Jacobs
This perfume, launched in 2007, is playful and free-spirited. The sweet and flirty fragrance has notes of gardenia, violet, jasmine, violet leaves, strawberry, vanilla and red grapefruit.
5th Avenue, Elizabeth Arden
This floral perfume was launched in 1996. It has note of lilac, linden blossom, magnolia, mandarin and bergamot. Women with a sophisticated sense of style would enjoy this fragrance.
Introduced in 1999, this long-lasting perfume is an intoxicating blend of florals and spices. There are notes of gardenia, freesia, jasmine and vanilla.
Flight of Fancy, Anna Sui
Romance, Ralph Lauren
This perfume, launched in 199, has notes of rose, water lily, violet, marigold, ginger and citrus. The fragrance will evoke a sense of timeless romance.
If these floral perfumes don’t appeal to you, you could always make your own! It’s easy and definitely a lot less expensive!