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Sunday, July 12, 2015

What are Fruity Floral Fragrances?

Fragrances can be classified by certain olfactive families, or themes, or accords.

Fruity Floral: 

one of the newest members of the perfume family, mainly used in women’s fragrances. These fragrances are comprised of blending traditional floral notes with the youthful addition of fruity notes such as peach. There are subdivisions of classifications in this family and they are: floral fruity woody, and fruity chypre.

Perfumes which are classified as Floral Fruity are:
  • Lauren by Ralph Lauren
  • Amazone by Hermes
  • Kenzo by Kenzo
  • Anne Klein by Anne Klein
  • Tiffany by Tiffany & Co
  • Fidji by Guy Laroche
  • First by Van Cleef & Arpels
  • K de Krizia
  • Norell by Revlon
  • Armani by Giorgio Armani
  • Nahema by Guerlain
  • Clin d’Oeil by Bourjois
  • Metal by Paco Rabanne
  • Diorissimo by Christian Dior
  • KL by Karl Lagerfeld
  • Anais Anais by Cacharel
  • Parure by Guerlain
  • Zen by Shiseido
  • Guirlandes by Carven
  • Lauren Ashley #1 by Laura Ashley
  • Clair du Jour by Lanvin
  • Azzaro by Loris Azzaro
  • Fantasque by Louis Feraud
  • Jour by Louis Feraud
  • Maxim’s de Paris
  • Missoni by Missoni

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