As mentioned earlier, choosing a fragrance is very personal. However, if you're looking for some recommendations to get you started on your search, you can test out our recommended scents, ranging from the classics to modern blends.
Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh: An elegant and fresh fragrance. Perfect for those who love playful fresh scents. Its top notes are raspberry and grapefruit; the middle notes are wild rose and musky with base notes of cedarwood.
Anniversary Special Ex-Vie Ginza Eau De Parfum: Taking inspiration from a "rose floral bouquet," this scent will surprise you with its diverse formula. It's a concoction of vibrant citrus flavours, serene green scents, and floral blends. Top notes are bergamot, mandarin, orange, lemon, lime, leafy, violet leaf, galbanum, apple, pineapple, watermelon, peach, and raspberry. Middle notes are rose, muguet, jasmine, palmarosa, violet, freesia, ylang-ylang, hyacinth. And finally, it dives into a woody base with cedarwood, sandalwood, and patchouli. This perfume is available with every purchase of Ex-Vie Ginza.
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Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet: This perfume is said to have strong citrus scents at first but settles nicely into a mix of zesty and floral scents. The top note is Calabrian bergamot, the heart is Damascena rose absolute and peony, with base notes of white musk.
Coco Eau De Parfum: This oriental scent represents the enigmatic and intense personality of Gabrielle Chanel. The perfume is quite spicy and woody with the slightest hint of floral. The top note is Sicilian mandarin, the heart is jasmine absolute with light touches of ylang-ylang and Tunisian orange blossom, base notes are Indonesian patchouli, tonka bean, and benzoin.