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Compliment the new change in season with a change of perfume – spring perfumes are girly, light, sweet, airy, and the perfect way to kick off the warmer months. New ultra-feminine fragrances are very subtle, so some can even be layered to create your own unique scent.

 

Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel

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Why not revive a classic? Chanel perfumes are the quintessential feminine, classy, undeniably elegant scents. This particular one is great for spring, it’s very light with floral notes like morning rose. To compliment the rose, this perfume also boasts a touch of mandarin, vanilla, and jasmine. Typically retailing at about $64, Coco Mademoiselle was created as a tribute to every girl’s icon of class – Coco Chanel.

 

 

 

Dune by Dior

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Perfect for a beachy girl, Dune is a perfume laden with water notes that beautifully compliment with notes of amber and wallflower. The fresh and pretty smell from the water notes makes it the perfect versatile perfume this spring – wear it during the day or for a date night and channel your inner beach goddess! Typically retails for $83.40.

 

 

 

Flower Bomb by Viktor & Rolf

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What spring perfume list would be complete with Flowerbomb? The bottle says it all. With notes of rose, orchid, jasmine, and freesia, and patchouli (which makes the scent less overpowering!) you can evoke the essence of springtime with every spritz. Retailing for about $50.00, Flowerbomb is a great perfume to transition to spring and cast yourself as your own flower in bloom.

 

 

 

L’eau De Chloe by Chloe

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If the bottle alone didn’t have you lovestruck, this Chloe perfume is made with notes of peach, grapefruit, cedar, patchouli, and amber. With both warmer and fruity notes, this perfume expresses a duality of sweet femininity and a light, fabulous forest scent. Retails for $65.00.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Princess Night by Vera Wang

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For the perfect spring perfume for the evening, look no further than Princess Night – a decadent take on the classic Princess. A darker and fruitier perfume, Princess Night has notes of wild berries, rasberries, watermelon, orange flowers and vanilla. But what makes this perfume perfect for going out? It also includes notes of plumera, musk, roses, and sugar to add a woody undertone. Typically retails for $60.00.

 

 

 

 

What do you think?

What are your favorite spring perfumes? Do you have any tips for applying perfume? Add to our list in the comments section below!

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