The world’s most expensive perfume sells for a cool $12,722 per ounce. We’re sure it smells just lovely, but we know there are some fragrance steals out there too. We rounded up ten scents that prove smelling good doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Flip through to see the fragrances that made the cut!
Philosophy Amazing Grace Fragrance ($46)
A soft, feminine fragrance with notes of bergamot and floral blossoms, held together with a hint of musk.
Shiseido Classic Zen Eau de Cologne Pure Mist ($38)
Alluring and a bit mysterious, it’s a warm oriental fragrance made up of jasmine, rose, and woodsy notes.
Molton Brown Pink Pepperprod Eau Fraiche ($49)
It starts off with spicy pink pepper, then transitions into citrus notes, and finishes with patchouli and oakmoss.
Express Love Express ($45)
A flirty fragrance with notes of blackberry and lily of the valley, the floral blend is balanced out by vanilla and musk.
L’occitane Lavender Eau De Cologne ($32)
Bright and fresh, this lavender scent is paired with citrus fruits throughout and a light woody base.
MAC Turquatic ($49)
Inspired by the sea, this fragrance is an energizing blend of anemone, lotus, orris, and blue cedar.
The Body Shop White Musk Eau De Parfum ($24)
Smooth, soft, and velvety—this white musk scent is pure and decidedly feminine.
Guess Guess For Women ($49)
It’s a sweet-smelling perfume, with fruity green apple and tangerine, plus floral notes of freesia and pink peony. Base notes of cedar wood and amber give it a depth.
Clean Warm Cotton ($38)
Subtle and crisp, it’s a combination of floral, fruit, and marine essences. A scent that truly smells like fresh, clean laundry.
Clinique Happy ($49)
Always a classic, this floral-citrus fragrance is light and bright with notes of ruby red grapefruit, bergamot, and Hawaiian wedding flower.
What’s your go-to fragrance these days? Tell us in the comments!