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The 10 Best Floral Perfumes for Spring and Summer 2021

best floral perfumes for spring and summerCOURTESY

The reason floral fragrances are so popular is because they’re both classic and wildly diverse, meaning anyone can find a flower-inspired scent to wear. Some love the allure of rose and jasmine, while others prefer the lightness of orange blossom and gardenia. Ahead, the 10 floral-scented perfumes—some brand new, others fan favorites—worth shopping for spring and summer 2021.1Bloom Eau de Parfum

Gucci$138 AT GUCCI

Inspired by a thriving garden with tuberose and jasmine, Gucci’s iconic Bloom is the perfect springtime scent.2Voce Viva Eau de Parfum

Valentino$75 AT NORDSTROM

This scent mixes florals like gardenia and orange blossom with crisp citrus notes over a woody, vanilla-centered base.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW3Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet Eau de Toilette

Christian Dior$62 AT NORDSTROM

With a name like Blooming Bouquet, you can guess what this fan-favorite Miss Dior iteration smells like: Rose, peony, and white musk combine to create a light, airy scent. 4Daisy Eau So Intense Eau de Parfum

Marc Jacobs$99 AT NORDSTROM

You’re probably familiar with the classic fruity-floral Marc Jacobs scent, Daisy, now available in a more intense version that’s perfect for long summer days and nights. 5Private Blend Rose Prick Eau de Parfum


Two kinds of rose get the Tom Ford treatment with the addition of patchouli and pepper. Sexy and unexpected, this rose perfume is anything but old-fashioned.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW6Flowerbomb

Viktor&Rolf$85 AT SEPHORA

One of the best-selling perfumes of all time, Flowerbomb is a sweet and spicy gourmand floral scent with notes of jasmine, orange blossom, vanilla, and patchouli. 7CLEAN PICKJake’s House


Middle notes of neroli, peony, and jasmine are sandwiched by a fresh marine top and musk base, lending this scent the feeling of sitting by a pool on a warm summer day.8Dylan Turquoise Pour Femme

Versace$63 AT SEPHORA

This perfume hits all the right notes: citrus, fruit, floral, and woody. It smells like sunshine in a bottle.ADVERTISEMENT – CONTINUE READING BELOW9Tiffany & Love Eau de Parfum for Her

Tiffany & Co$117 AT NORDSTROM

Fresh and light, this makes for the perfect springtime scent for anyone who doesn’t want something too strong or overpowering.10Idôle Eau de Parfum


This floral perfume still smells clean and airy thanks to notes like bergamot, juicy pear, pink peppercorn, jasmine, white musk, and vanilla. 

35 New Spring Fragrances to Fall in Love With

It can often feel like scents act as instant mood-lifters, and as we continue to stay at home as much as possible and practice social distancing, we find ourselves relying on them more than ever to comfort us or help take us back to a specific memory or place, And as time passes, they can help us feel the seasonal shifts when other indicators aren’t as readily accessible. Luckily, there are plenty of beautiful spring fragrances — and so many new ones — ready to help us get in the mood for the season.

We sometimes feel like Goldilocks when it comes to picking a new signature scent. One might be too fruity. One might not be musky enough. One might have an overwhelming mix of notes you’ve never heard before. But in the end, there is always one that will fit you just right. In fact, that perfect scent might be something you already know and love, just with a slight twist, like Chanel Coco Mademoiselle L’Eau Privée or Marc Jacobs Daisy Spring.

And because we’re so ready to move on from the past in 2021, there are plenty of completely new fragrances to help us feel like spring is truly the time for renewal it always promises to be. Scents like Louis Vuitton Étoile Filante, Bond No. 9 Off-Broadway, and Tom Ford Costa Azzurra offer an opportunity to recreate your vibe the way you envision it. 

To help you narrow down some of your options and make it less overwhelming, we’ve pulled our favorite fragrances of the year so far, including the The Nue Co Forest Lungs, Jimmy Choo I Want Choo, and Escada Candy Love. You can thank us later.

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  • Michael Kors Gorgeous Eau de Parfum on a white background
    1/35Michael Kors Gorgeous! Eau de ParfumIt wouldn’t be a Michael Kors fragrance without some tuberose in the middle, and Gorgeous! is no exception — though this new scent surrounds it with notes that bring it to a more woodsy (but still floral) place. The famous white flower is flanked by jasmine sambac and tobacco accord; the top notes include pink pepper, and both bergamot and mandarin oils; and the base features cashmeran, cedarwood, suede accord, and guaiac wood oil. The result is confident and invigorating.$96 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    2/35Kate Spade New York Eau de ParfumSparkling fruity florals have never felt so sophisticated. The and rose and freesia middle notes in Kate Spade New York are even more uplifted by citrus and strawberry top notes, but beautifully and gently grounded by musky ambrox and cashmeran. It’s a balance that feels super springlike, yet wearable all year round.$95 for 3.4 ounces (Shop Now)
    3/35Pacifica Silver Moon Spray PerfumeA member of Pacifica’s Moon Moods fragrance collection, Silver Moon is perfect from someone who’s not looking to lighten up on cozy scents come spring. It’s a creamy combination of vanilla, almond, and warm, bold spice that conveys a vibe of regeneration and strength.$22 for one ounce (Shop Now)
    4/35Philosophy Amazing Grace Jasmine Eau de ToiletteThe Amazing Grace fragrance is a cornerstone of Philosophy, yet the brand continues to find new ways to reimagine it. Amazing Grace Jasmine may be one of our favorite versions yet, sweetening and warming up the original with bergamot, jasmine, coconut water, and musk. It’s truly one of the most everyday-wearable new fragrances of 2021, and we can only hope it’s invited to stay on past its limited-edition run.$52 for two ounces (Shop Now)
    5/35Kilian Love Don’t Be Shy Extreme Eau de ParfumKilian categorizes Love Don’t Be Shy Extreme as a narcotic perfume, thanks in large part to the intense amount of Bulgarian rose in the beautiful blend. It’s anything but diluted by notes of neroli, orange blossom, and marshmallow that, despite being mostly floral, give it a gourmand finish. Even Kilian admits it’s not for everyone, calling it “such an addictive pleasure that sensitive souls are asked to abstain.”$275 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    6/35Good Chemistry Royal Rebel Eau de ParfumOne of the fabulous up-and-coming beauty brands found at Target, Good Chemistry has added Royal Rebel to its collection of signature scents made with essential oils. It’s a simple amalgamation of pink pepper, golden amber, and musk that creates an incredibly inviting yet not-too-saccharine sweetness that you’ll want to wear every day. (And luckily, it’s priced for frequent wearing.)$24 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    7/35Mix:Bar Tangerine Squeeze Eau de ParfumAnother amazing Target fragrance find, Tangerine Squeeze is made to be combined with other perfumes from the Mix:Bar collection, but it truly does soar on its own. It’s a fabulous citrus scent — “tangerine” undersells the clementine and pink grapefruit in the notes — made all the more interesting and enticing by frangipani, honeysuckle, and vetiver. You’d never expect this eau de parfum to be an under-$20 find, and no one will ever suspect it is when they smell it on you.$19 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    8/35The Phluid Project Humanity Eau de ParfumThe Phluid Project Humanity is unlike other eau de parfums in so many welcome ways. The bi-phase formula is meant to be shaken up to reveal new sides of the warm, sweet scent, which gets its inviting, comforting impression from notes of ginger root, coconut, jasmine, incense smoke, oliban resins, and sandalwood. A celebration of fluidity, the formula even leaves your spritzed areas of skin moisturized.$65 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    9/35Lancôme Idôle L’Intense Eau de ParfumLancôme Idôle L’Intense takes original Idôle’s rose and jasmine and deepens them with the warmth and sensuality of creamy vanilla and powdery musk. Somehow even more vibrant than its predecessor, this eau de parfum is undeniably noticeable without stealing anyone else’s spotlight.$123 for 2.5 ounces (Shop Now)
    10/35Lake & Skye Echo Lake Fragrance OilNo one can resist this bright, woody scent, which you’ll want to take everywhere. And it’s easy to do exactly that since Lake & Skye Echo Lake Fragrance Oil comes in a convenient rollerball format. Use it to gently dab your pulse points with the mix of juniper, sandalwood, and bergamot whenever and wherever you’d like.$48 for 0.33 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand11/35Chloé Atelier Des Fleurs Tuberosa 1974 Eau de ParfumOne of three new additions to Chloé’s Atelier des Fleurs collection, Tuberosa 1974 is an ode to the fashion house’s first perfume nearly half a century ago. Instantly identifiable as a tuberose scent before you even spray it, it unfurls on skin to reveal velvety, sweetened notes that make you feel like you found a mint-condition vintage bottle of your mom’s favorite fragrance.$250 for 5.1 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand12/35Escada Candy Love Limited Edition Eau de ToiletteSure, Escada’s limited-edition Candy Love would make the perfect Valentine’s Day gift, but inside that campy heart bottle is a scent begging to be worn year-round. It’s as if rose petals got stuck to a candy apple and topped with vanilla whipped cream. Super sweet, yes, but brilliantly wearable.$64 for 1.6 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand13/35Marc Jacobs Daisy Spring Eau de ToiletteWe don’t know how Marc Jacobs keeps coming up with new iterations of Daisy, and we don’t care as long as they continue being as beautiful as the latest one, Daisy Spring. Obviously perfect for wearing throughout the titular season, its green cardamom, pink rosebuds, and rosewood will make you want to find the nearest open field and cartwheel all the way through it.$86 for 1.6 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand14/35Miss Dior Rose N’Roses Eau de Toilette Roller-PearlAnyone who loves Miss Dior Rose N’Rose’s blend of Grasse rose, bergamot and white musk will appreciate how easy this new Roller-Pearl format is. The more petite packaging is will feel right at home in your bag, or perhaps you’d simply rather try a smaller bottle before committing to a larger one. (Spoiler alert: If you love fresh floral fragrances, you’re going to want the larger one.)$39 for 0.6 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand15/35Gucci Flora Limited Edition Gorgeous Gardenia Eau de ToiletteThere are those who like Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia, and those who love it enough be collectors. The latter will eagerly welcome the latest limited-edition version to their vanity, thanks to its beautiful smoky lavender bottle — but don’t expect that kind of floral scent. It’s still the authentic gardenia elixir fans love, swirled around with notes of frangipani, patchouli, and brown sugar.$80 for 1.6 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand16/35Chanel Coco Mademoiselle L’Eau Privée Eau Pour la NuitJust in case your French is a little shabby (or entirely absent), Pour la Nuit means “for the night” — and the L’Eau Privée rendering of Chanel Coco Mademoiselle is intended in exactly that way. Even more sensual than its antecedent, and yet far more delicate than you might expect for a fragrance made for the evening, it features jasmine absolute and rose petals to uplift its lovely musk.$95 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand17/35Bond No. 9 Off-BroadwayAlthough Off-Broadway strays from Bond No. 9’s tradition of naming fragrances after specific areas of New York — there’s no one Off-Broadway neighborhood — it still captures the promising vibe associated with that part of the city. Its grapefruit blossom, black currant, lily, and nutmeg notes feel optimistic and encouraging, and provides something of a scent soundtrack as you confidently stroll down the street on a spring day.$260 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand18/35Tom Ford Costa Azzurra Eau de ParfumSpring comes between winter and summer, of course, so it makes perfect sense that a fragrance with notes associated with the two flanking seasons would somehow be perfect for springtime. Costa Azzurra incorporates the warmth of sea air and sunkissed skin with unmistakable inklings of juniper, and pine needles. It adds up to what Tom Ford envisions as the scent of a Meditteranean vacation.$143 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand19/35Maison Margiela Replica Bubble Bath Eau de ToiletteAlthough Maison Margiela’s Replica collection is intended as a “reproduction of familiar scents and moments of varying locations and periods,” don’t expect the new Bubble Bath eau de toilette to be a spot-on facsimile of your old bottle of Mr. Bubble. Its Sambac and Egyptian jasmine, Grasse rose, tuberose — flanked by notes like freesia, peach, and oak moss — make it far more sophisticated, but just as fun.$135 for 3.4 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand20/35Jo Malone London Scarlet Poppy Cologne IntenseJo Malone London Scarlet Poppy Cologne Intense is for anyone who got the hint that spring is for lighter, airier scents and has the audacity to ignore it. The heart note of scarlet poppy is surrounded by ambrette and tonka bean, for a truly dramatic scent experience that “grows as you wear it,” according to the brand.$135 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand21/35Atelier Cologne Lemon Island Cologne AbsolueAs you might expect from a fragrance called Lemon Island, Atelier Cologne’s latest is a celebration of citrus. But the sparkling freshness is warmed up with vanilla and jasmine, giving it a gorgeous balance that evokes a sort of endless-summer-nights feel.$142 for 3.4 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand22/35Louis Vuitton Étoile Filante Eau de ParfumÉtoile Filante, or “shooting star,” is Louis Vuitton’s radiant new floral fragrance. Centered on osmanthus, a long-time favorite flower of perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud, it’s made even more heady with specially extracted jasmine, hints of strawberry, and an exclusive Chinese magnolia essence. It feels absolutely velvety yet bright — a truly magical amalgamation.$265 for 3.4 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand23/35Valentino Donna Born in Roma Yellow Dream Eau de ParfumA follow-up to Valentino Donna Born in Roma, the new Yellow Dream eau de parfum feels as energetic as the color it celebrates. That’s accomplished with the help of an Italian lemon top note, but like its predecessor, it remains in the floral realm with a heart of Damascus rose. The white musk bottom adds to the romance without grounding it too sternly.$100 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand24/35Sisley-Paris Izia La Nuit Eau de ParfumCreated to be the nocturnal counterpart to Sisley’s sunny Izia fragrance, Izia La Nuit maintains the rosy foundation of the original but turns up the opulence with wood, vanilla, and leather. It still reads as a full-blown floral, though, thanks to notes like freesia and magnolia, supported by patchouli and oak moss.$195 for 1.6 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand25/35Skylar Vanilla Sky Eau de ToiletteFar less confusing than the movie of the same name, Vanilla Sky is almost literally mouthwatering. Skylar’s “Smell The Taste” technology translates the true taste of a rich, vanilla-spiked cappuccino, stirring up a more multidimensional sensory fragrance. It’s an absolute must for fans of gourmand scents — and especially coffee lovers.$78 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand26/35The Nue Co Forest LungsDeemed an “anti-stress fragrance” and a “sensory supplement” by The Nue Co, Forest Lungs was created by perfumer Guillaume Flavigny using patented technology to replicate the molecular compounds produced by trees. That means that each time you wear it, you’ll feel a little closer to nature and its soothing effects — not to mention you’ll smell like a universally pleasing blend of vetiver, cedarwood, benzoin, pine, patchouli and bergamot.$95 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand27/35Jimmy Choo I Want Choo Eau de ParfumYou can tell from the play-on-words name that Jimmy Choo’s I Want Choo is for anyone who doesn’t take themselves too seriously but exudes incredible confidence. Red spider lily and jasmine are at the heart of this flirtatious fragrances, and its mandarin and peach top notes add magnetism without weight. Vanilla at the base gives it a hint of sweet self-restraint.$90 for 2 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand28/35Belif The Garden Eau de ParfumOne of the most beloved K-beauty skin-care brands, Belif has jumped into the fragrance game with a little help from Avon. The Garden seems made for springtime with its fresh, can’t-get-enough-whiffs blend of florals and citrus blanketed by a light white musk. Here’s hoping this will be the first of many, many more Belif perfumes.$55 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand29/35Maison Sybarite Amber Gaze Eau de ParfumDon’t let the name Amber Gaze through you off. Although this intoxicating Maison Sybarite scent invokes amber’s richness with notes of nutmeg, labdanum, vanilla, and patchouli, it pleasantly surprises with hints of jasmine, tuberose, and violet. Those floral notes take an otherwise obvious cold-weather pick and make it decidedly springy (though totally seductive).$185 for 2.5 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand30/35R&C The Fragrance Duo Eau de Parfum“They’re independently sexy by themselves but also have a beautiful connection,” Ciara told Allure of The Fragrance Duo, the two eau de parfums launched together under her R&C brand with husband Russell Wilson. Whether you share with a partner or alternate the scents yourself, it’s hard to not be drawn to C’s combination of pink peppercorn, berries, jasmine, and vanilla, as well as R’s bergamot, black tea, lavender, and patchouli.$90 for two 1.7-ounce bottles (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand31/35Maison D’Etto Noisette Eau de ParfumLavender lovers will adore this grown-up yet ethereal experience of the gentle flower. It’s paired with orris in the heart of the fragrance, supported by ambrette seed, lavandin absolute, and white Amber, while topped off with magnolia and musk. It’s anything but sleepy, but it’s most noticeable to those who get closest to you.$350 for 2 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand32/35Nick Ricardo Collection Turbulent Eau de ParfumAn ode to the nonbinary experience, Nick Ricardo’s Turbulent captures a sense of frenzy and strength with its dramatic combination of notes: labdanum, tonka bean, geranium, orange blossom, and vetiver define the heart of this intense scent, while musk, leather, sandalwood, and saffron anchor it, and patchouli, amber, vanilla, bergamot, and myrrh hover above. It’s impossible to not be noticed when wearing this.$64 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand33/35Judith Leiber More Is More! Eau de ParfumAnyone familiar with Judith Leiber’s over-the-top clutches won’t be surprised that a fragrance by the designer is called “More Is More!” And this eau de parfum makes good on that philosophy by putting three separate scents — and seven possible combinations — in one mind-blowing package. A fruity gourmand, citrusy-green zest, and creamy floral vial are all including and ready to be worn layered or individually. $125 for 2.5 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand34/35Motif Olfactif Vêtu de Vert ExtraitIf you’re a “Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking” kind of person, you’ll appreciate this green and earthy ode to the season. Smooth yet lively, it layers wetiver, yuzu, bergamot, cypress, oakmoss, frankincense, cedarwood, sandalwood, myrrh, patchouli, wet soil, and hinoki wood to achieve its fresh feeling. And yes, a few floral notse — ylang-ylang, jasmine, and neroli — are thrown in for good measure.$95 for 1.7 ounces (Shop Now)
    Courtesy of brand35/35Curve Pink Blossom Eau de ToiletteCurve Pink Blossom somehow accurately captures the color pink and all of its nuances in fragrance form. If we had to guess how, it’s with the pink peony base note and pink apple blossom top note, which sandwich pear blossom and waterlily to create luscious, dewy eau de toilette.$20 for 1 ounce (Shop Now)

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