Posted on: November 2, 2023 Posted by: Comments: 0

I don’t think I’ve ever felt more luxurious than when I bust out one of my Louis Vuitton fragrances (they’re truly some of the best feminine-leaning perfumes). Although my budget may not allow me to snag a bag or two (a girl can dream), I can at least treat myself to a bottle of the fashion house’s luscious and opulently crafted perfume. Each one is truly unlike anything I’ve ever smelled before and reserved for special occasions here and there.

Naturally, I’m sure you’re wondering which of its scents is worthy of earning a spot on your vanity. Well, I’ve narrowed it down to 10. The brand was kind enough to share its best sellers with me and a few for me to try myself. Whether you love smelling like a warm day at the beach or earthy and mysterious, keep scrolling below to find the best Louis Vuitton fragrance for you.

Key notes: cocoa, peony accord, litchi accord, patchouli heart, Turkish rose absolute, ginger, bergamot. I love the unique combination of cocoa with fresh florals that Atrappe-Rêves offers. It sparkles on the skin and feels festive with every wear.

Key notes: dewy Turkish rose, black plum, blonde woods

Key notes: lily of the valley accord, jasmine from Grasse, magnolia from China, gaiac wood, sandalwood essence. There’s something mysterious and unexplainably unique about this fragrance—it’s definitely my top choice. For me, it’s the gaiac wood. It adds a richness that makes it truly one-of-a-kind.

Key notes: pear accord, lily of the valley accord, musks

Key notes: pear accord, jasmine from Egypt, ylang-ylang, patchouli heart, ambrette, narcissus. I love just about anything with ylang-ylang, but adding in notes of pear accord and jasmine really takes things to new heights with this one. It’s a true floral, but the patchouli notes give it a bit more depth to create something really special. 

Key notes: Williams pear, lotus flower, gardenia

Key notes: yuzu from Japan, neroli from Tunisia, aromatic herbs, cypress. Fresh and bright is the only way to describe this warm fragrance—it’s one of my favorite Louis Vuitton offerings. It quite literally brings to mind sunbathing on the beach and sunscreen with aloe vera in it. I know that sounds like the last thing you would want in a fragrance, but I promise it smells beautiful. 

Key notes: mandarin, neroli, amber

Key notes: mandarin from Italy, neroli from Tunisia, bergamot from Italy, black pepper, pink pepper from Reunion, Sichuan pepper, vetiver from Java. Earthy vetiver and spicy mandarin make up this deliciously exhilarating aroma. I love all things spicy, and this scent pulls it off in such an elegant way.

Key notes: mandarin, calone, orange blossom, salt crystal, watermelon, jasmine, neroli, musk, tonka bean, vanilla

Key notes: mimosa, jasmine, rose, balsam of Peru, sandalwood, musk notes. This one took me by surprise but in a pleasant way. The balsam adds an interesting note to the fragrance, and it almost smells floral yet woody. I’d bring this on a weeklong trip to Italy for sure. 

Key notes: mint leaf, heirloom jasmine, maté leaf

Key notes: fresh ginger, grapefruit, labdanum, Ambroxan, Cascalone, ambergris. Normally, you wouldn’t think ginger and grapefruit would go well together in a perfume, but this scent is here to prove you wrong. It’s invigorating to the senses with a slight sharpness to it that will definitely make people want a second whiff. 

Key notes: ruby red grapefruit, boysenberry bush flower, Hawaiian wedding flower

Key notes: iris from Florence, rose from Grasse, sambac jasmine acacia flower from Egypt, musk. The notes of iris really sing in this one. It is a bit strong, but if you like leaving an impression, you’ll fall for this scent in a heartbeat.

Key notes: Damascena rose from Bulgaria, Centifolia rose from Grasse, bergamot from Calabria, orange from California, violet, magnolia blossom, cedar wood, musk

Key notes: ambrox, black tea from China, Tunisian neroli, Sicilian cedar, Calabrian bergamot, Nigerian ginger, Ceylon cinnamon. Although this is touted as a traditionally masculine scent, you’ll really vibe with it if you love a luscious, decadent, full-bodied fragrance.

Key notes: Lush fig, jasmine dew, sandalwood

Key notes: mandarin, ambrette, benzoin. The zetsy warmth of this fragrance coincides perfectly with the name. If you’re from sunny California (or just want to smell like you are), this is definitely an offering worth adding to your lineup.

Key notes: mandarin, basilic, cedarwood

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