Fresh and floral fragrances are loved by women all around. They give you a feminine and romantic feel while keeping you fresh all day long. Here are the best floral perfumes of all times.
No. 5 by Chanel
This is one of the most desired fragrances of all times. Even loved by Marilyn Monroe, it became the world’s most iconic women fragrance. It has a blend of luxurious florals on warm base notes and is comprised of ylang-ylang, rose, iris, neroli and vanilla. Wear this during the day or night time or just throughout the day to the night and watch it transition beautifully anytime.
Dolce Garden by Dolce and Gabbana
This perfume by Dolce and Gabbana combines floral and fruity notes along with a base of vanilla and almond milk. The top notes include mandarin and neroli while ylang ylang and frangipani act as mid notes. This perfume is perfect for your summer day brunches to keep you as fresh as a garden.
Trésor by Lancome
Trésor in French means ‘treasure’ and this perfume is undoubtedly a treasure to cherish. More on the romantic side, it has top notes of the romantic flower, lilac and apricot. The scent is more charming than seductive keeping your elegance in mind. Wear it to your special date night and let your scent do its magic.
Miss Dior Blooming bouquet by Dior
This perfect floral perfume contains notes of rose and peony making it soft and feminine. Not only that but it also contains notes of Calabrian Bergamot making it refreshing for those summery spring days with a hint of white musk. Wear it on a spring outing to stay as refreshing as the first day of spring.
Acqua Di Gio by Giorgio Armani
As the name suggests, it is an aquatic floral scent which makes it even more refreshing. This perfume combines the floral, fruity and marine notes with a mild musky base. The fruity notes include melon and pear while the floral scents include hyacinth, jasmine, rose and lily. Wear this on the days you need to boost your mood and feel clean, refreshed and motivated.
Find your signature scent and remember what Christian Dior said – “A woman’s perfume tells more about her than her handwriting.”