Top 5 Best Loved Fragrances

Daisy by Marc Jacobs

Sensual and alluring, Daisy by Marc Jacobs has become a favourite amongst many of our fair ladies. This beautiful fragrance is available in a variety of flavours, vanilla, strawberry, jasmine, musk, ruby red, white woods, gardenia and violet petals. With its floral and irresistible quality, Marc Jacobs creates magic for your aura.

Miss Dior by Christian Dior.

This refreshing, mossy, feminine perfume launched by the Dior designer house in 1947 is inspired by love and romance. Miss Dior blends in notes of jasmine, patchouli, galbanum, rose, bergamot, oak moss, sandalwood, gardenia and narcissus. It very often signifies luxury, elegance, creativity and is fashion’s final touch.

Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel.

Coco Mademoiselle, introduced by Chanel in 2001 has an overwhelming sexy and feminine feel to it, and contains notes of jasmine, orange, Turkish rose, ylang ylang, vanilla and bergamot with a tinge of warm musk. Jacques Polge, the creator of this fragrance, has been the nose of Chanel since 1978. Keira Knightley and Kate Moss have endorsed this creation of Chanel.

Bright Crystal by Versace.

Fun, flamboyant and fashion forward, Versace’s Bright Crystal is a floral fruity smell that sparks a youthful quirkiness and an ultra feminine appeal. The packaging is remarkably attractive and the scent comprises annotations of pomegranate, mahogany, lotus, peony, vegetal amber and musk. This fresh, clean and supple smell is out and out girly.

Black Cashmere by Donna Karan.

Launched in the year 2002, Black Cashmere by Donna Karan was created by perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux and has a very oriental appeal to it. It is neither girly nor pink, but has an almost brooding yet soothing, mysterious dark thing going about it. Notes of clove, saffron, pimento berries, labdanum, rose, broom flower and incense make it decidedly striking.

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