The Most Iconic Spring Fragrances
Marc Jacobs Daisy
Buy It: $84; macys.com
A perfume with one of the most recognizable bottles, Daisy is a blend of three florals, fresh strawberry, and a hint of woodsy birch and cedarwood.
Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb
Buy It: $115; sephora.com
A scent that feels both sweet and sexy, Flowerbomb is not only loved for its smell but its long staying power.
Buy It: $52; macys.com
Fresh citrus and light florals will put a spring in your step. The name is on the money—you can’t help but smile when you smell this scent.
Dior Miss Dior
Buy It: $100; nordstrom.com
The iconic Miss Dior perfume debuted a new edition of the clasic last year, which features major notes from two types of roses.
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle
Buy It: $100; chanel.com
One of Chanel’s classic perfumes, Coco Mademoiselle is a sparkling oriental floral with bright mandarin orange and orange blossom paired with florals like jasmine and rose. It warms up to a more sultry feel with deeper notes.
Chloé Eau De Parfum
Buy It: $105; nordstrom.com
Fresh, powdery, and floral, Chloé has rose and magnolia at its heart with notes of pink peony and cedar as well. It’s classically elegant and feminine.
Estée Lauder Pleasures
Buy It: $68; esteelauder.com
Made to evoke the smell of fresh flowers after a spring rain, Pleasures has notes of lily, lilac, peony, and other favorite blooms.
Kate Spade Walk On Air
Buy It: $78; katespade.com
The name of this perfume couldn’t be more fitting. The lightest blend of lily of the valley, magnolia, and other floral and green notes, you can spritz Walk On Air for everyday wear that will never overwhelm.
Jimmy Choo Blossom
Buy It: $60; macys.com
Described as your “go-to party fragrance,” this bright perfume combines floral and fruity notes that are perfect for spring nights out.
Ralph Lauren Romance
Buy It: $74; ralphlauren.com
Romance, as the name suggests, is said to evoke the feeling of falling in love. If you’re a fan of florals, you just might get that feeling about this perfume.