beauty

Best Floral Fragrances

“A woman’s perfume tells more about her than her handwriting. ”
― Christian Dior


Perfume is an essential part of a woman (or man)’s purse. This spring CoconutandRose is here to help you select the best perfume suited to your taste.


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Romace by Ralph Lauren is a sensual concoction of velvety woods, extravagant florals and seductive musk. A perfect scent.


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Flowerbomb by Viktor and Rolf is a floral explosion. This floral flowerbomb contains notes of  bergamot, tea, freesia, jasmine, orange blossom, orchid, rose, patchouli..


Balenciaga Paris by Balenciaga is an exciting floral perfume. A mysterious and fragile scent containing notes of Violet Leaf, Pepper, Cedarwood, Patchouli, Vetiver.


Replica Market Flower by Maison Margiela is a refreshingly original fragrance that is feminine and sophisticated. This perfume contains notes of Crushed Leaves, Freesia, Sambac Jasmine, Jasmine Infusion, Tuberose Infusion, Rose from Grasse, Peach, Cedarwood, Oak Moss.


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Orange Blossom Cologne by Jo Malone is a delicious floral garden in a bottle. It contains notes of orange blossom and water-lily, with undertones of orris and balsamic vetiver. A luxurious scent.


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Daisy by Marc Jacobs is a playfully feminine fragrance. Daisy by Marc Jacobs contains notes of wild strawberry, violet petals, gardenia and jasmine.


Flower by Kenzo is a luminous and vibrant and floral perfume. Flower has notes of  Wild Hawthorne, Bulgarian Rose, Parma Violet, Cassia, Hedione, Cyclosal, Opoponax, White Musk, Vanilla.


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