Feature Favourites: Spring Scents

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Discovering new favourite perfume is like finding heaven in a bottle. Whether you pop into the drugstore and take a whiff of a tester, or you smell it on someone else and stalk them until you dare ask them what they’re wearing – either way we have all been there.

I’ve collected a few perfume favourites over the years and these are my favourite florally scented perfumes which I think are great for Spring/Summer.

Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh
This has been a firm favourite scent for the last few years. It oozes sophistication whilst not being too serious.
It’s fruity and floral and I am always repurchasing this as I use it all the time!

Fragrance Notes
Top Notes: ruby red grapefruit, raspberry, green leaves, pear
Heart Notes: violet, wild rose, apple blossom, lychee, jasmine petals
Base Notes: musks, plum, cedarwood

Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream
I first bought this perfume in around Autumn time last year. I am so impressed by how long it lasts, and I get so many compliments when I wear it.

Daisy Dream is both floral and fruity making it perfect for everyday wear.

Fragrance Notes
Top Notes: Blackberry, Grapefruit, Pear
Heart Notes: Jasmine, Lychee, Blue Wisteria
Base Notes: White Woods, Musks, Coconut Water

Jimmy Choo Blossom
This next one is newly acquired but equally as loved. It tastes good enough to drink…Imagine the perfume version of your favourite cocktail!

Fragrance Notes
Top Notes: Sweet Pea, Rose
Heart Notes: Berries, Citrus, Cocktails
Base Notes: White Musk, Sandalwood

Thanks for reading!
Do you have any suggestions for a florally spring perfume I should try? What do you think to my favourites?

Fragrance Notes have been taken directly from boots.com to ensure accuracy regarding the above products.

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