Choosing from women’s perfumes is never an easy job. When you’re looking for a different fragrance than what you’re used to, you usually have no idea what’s going to do the trick for you. To give you a hand, we’ve scoured the internet to find the best perfumes that are out there. We’ve based our picks both off of reviews as well as sales in 2012, so make sure to check these out.
Guess New from Guess for Women
It’s been a staple in the rankings of best perfumes and combines amber, freesia, green apple, peach, musk and a few other scents. Meant for casual wear, it’s one of the best-selling perfumes of all time, and women have loved it for years.
Lovely by Sarah Jessica Parker
Combine green and citrus scents with a little bit of musk and you’ve got Sarah Jessica Parker’s Lovely. It’s hard to find such a perfect combination in fragrances, which makes it no wonder that this is in our list of best perfumes.
Lemon, basil, white rose, and white jasmine come together perfectly with Jessica Mcclintock by Jessica Mcclintock for Women. Sure, the name is redundant, but the fragrance is anything but. This daytime perfume has been around for more than 20 years and will be one of the best perfumes for another 20 years.
She may not be one of the best DJs in the world, but she certainly knows how to make one of the best selling perfumes out there. Apple, Nectar and several natural scents are combined to make Paris Hilton a winner with women around the world.
Burberry Classic EDP Perfume
This Burberry original has been a staple for more than 17 years, and women both young and old love the way it smells. Combining peach, apricot, sandalwood, cedar, amber, and musk is surely a difficult task, but the perfect balance appears to be achieved in this perfume.
When you’re on the hunt for the best perfumes, make sure that you’re not buying yourself any fake brands. It’s easy to get sucked into knock-off products due to their price, but you’ll end up paying for it when you don’t by unique perfumes that are available to you. Diligent research is usually necessary to make sure that you’re buying the real thing every time, but that research will most certainly pay off when you’re on the hunt for some of the best perfumes in the world.