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Revealed: The fragrances you loved the most in 2019

December 10th 2019 / 0 comment


Gucci, YSL and Dolce and Gabbana have all had best-selling fragrances this year - is your signature scent on the list?

Fragrance is a very personal thing - a quick poll around the office revealed we all have very different tastes in perfume (Tom Ford Velvet Orchid, Narciso Rodriguez Fleur Musc and Viktor & Rolf’s Flower Bomb were a few names that came up), however, there are some scents that are universally popular.

Fragrance Direct has just revealed its top-selling scents of 2019; from new perfumes on the block to hero scents, there a few themes running through the top ten.

“It’s clear to see that some of the industry’s biggest names are experimenting with our ideas of fragrance to great effect,” says Fragrance Direct's product marketing executive Lucy Gratton. “From the introduction of unconventional ingredients like leather and seawater to the increasing presence of notes from the kitchen (e.g. ginger, pepper and cardamom), it’s clear that brands who deviate from the norm are reaping the financial rewards.”

“It’s also interesting to see more and more brands weave softer, more typically feminine notes such as lavender, rose and clementine into their biggest ranges, further suggesting the industry is moving towards a future that leaves traditional ideas of gender behind.”

2019's best selling perfumes

1. Marc Jacobs Decadence Eau De Parfum

2. Gucci Bamboo Eau De Parfum

3. Gucci Rush Eau De Parfum

4. YSL Black Opium Eau de Parfum Spray

5. Calvin Klein CK One Eau de Toilette Spray

6. Calvin Klein Euphoria Eau de Parfum Spray

7. Roberto Cavalli Eau de Parfum Spray

8. Dolce and Gabbana 3 L'Imperatrice EDT Spray

9. Carolina Herrera 212 Sexy Eau de Parfum Spray

10. Stella McCartney Stella Eau de Parfum Spray


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