Sweet and romantic, these scents are the “good girls” of the fragrance aisle. Florals are sometimes single note, but generally, combine the scents of various flowers to create a classic feminine appeal. Spritz on a floral when you want to show off (or fake) your sweet-and-girly side — when meeting your boyfriend’s parents comes to mind. These scents are also appropriate at church, the ballet, or your best friend’s wedding, especially if you’ve got your eye on an eligible groomsman.
A few of the ingredients on my list of The 6 Most Expensive Perfume Ingredients in the World are flowers.
See our list of top floral fragrances, including Chanel No 5, Karl Lagerfeld Chloe, Lancome Trésor and Anna Sui.