Cult Fragrances That Are Worth The Splurge

Through all the different fragrances that come and go, it’s hard to know which ones you should actually spend the money on. Cult perfumes aren’t the type of scents that you forget, they stick with you for years whether you own it or not. Here is a round up of the cult perfumes that are worth all the hype.

Gypsy Water by Byredo

Gypsy Water is the delicate scent of nature combining bergamot, pepper, jupiner and pine needles to create the ultimate hippy chic scent. Evocative and rich, this fragrance will bring you the memories of the freshness of being outdoors.

Original Musk by Kiehl’s

Created in the 1920s, this fragrance begins with a velvety musk, a fresh citrus burst of bergamot and pear and finishes with subtle floral notes of Rose, Lily, Ylang-Ylang and Neroli. Original musk uses classic old school notes, but translates them to a modern scent unmistaken for anything else.

Lazy Sunday Morning by Maison Martin Margiela

With scent just as divine as it’s name, this perfume is bursting with lily of the valley, patchouli, iris, and white musk to create the picture of a sun drenched morning in bed and brand new clean sheets.

A Portrait Of A Lady by Frederic Malle

Combining the sensual scents of cinnamon, sandalwood, frankincense and patchouli, portrait of a lady will add strength and elegance to whoever wears it. Based around the smell of Turkish rose, this perfume will create an alluring scent that everybody is drawn to.

Coriander by D.S & Durga

The fresh, green scents in this perfume is unlike any other. Sparkling leaf, geranium, sage, green pepper and coriander seed combine to form the memory of summer in the Mediterranean.


Santal 33 by Le Labo

Seen in many people’s bathroom shelves, Santal 33 maintains its power to stand out from the crowd. Infused with Australian sandalwood, cedarwood, cardamom, iris, violet, ambrox and leather, this scent will be sure to make a statement.


Bloom by Gucci

Bloom is the ultimate floral fragrance featuring a fresh bouquet of tuberose, jasmine and the rare scent of South Indian rangoon creeper flower. This perfume will transport you to walking in a garden at spring time.

Photo: violet grey

By Christy McAlister

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