21 All-Time Best Women's Perfumes ...

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The Best Women’s Perfumes are indisputably beautiful, representative of their place in history and yet timeless enough to remain popular.2

There's just something about them that makes them classics, sets them apart from the other of the best women's perfumes.

Lovely stalkers, here are the all-time best women's perfumes.2

1. Chanel No. 5

Chanel No. 5

Price: $105 at sephora.com

First launched in 1921, Coco Chanel created this timeless fragrance with hints of vanilla, may rose and jasmine for “a perfume with the scent of a woman”.

Arguably the most famous scent of all time, No 5 tops our list of the best women’s perfumes.

2. Shalimar by Guerlain

Shalimar by Guerlain

Price: $57 at sephora.com

Created in 1925 by Jacques Guerlain, Shalimar is another classic fragrance.

Light and romantic with notes of iris, jasmine, rose and vanilla this perfume is said to have been inspired by the epic story of an Emperor who first met his true love in the Gardens of Shalimar.

3. Poison by Christian Dior

Poison by Christian Dior

Price: $51 at sephora.com

Warm and spicy, Poison was designed with coriander and tuberose - an unparalleled scent in the market.

Launched in 1985, this deliciously extravagant perfume was defined by the indulgence of the era in which it was created.

4. L’air Du Temps by Nina Ricci

L’air Du Temps by Nina Ricci

Price: $64 at shop.nordstrom.com

This feminine, refined fragrance from Nina Ricci made its’ market debut in 1948 and is still wildly popular.

A blend of gardenia, musk, rose and sandalwood this perfume is said to be one of the purest scents ever made.

5. Classique by Jean Paul Gaultier

Classique by Jean Paul Gaultier

Price: $65 at sephora.com

Famous for it’s corset-shaped bottle and sensuous smell, Classique marked the beginning of a playful attitude toward women’s fragrance.

A blend of rose, pear, orchid and orange blossom this sweet, seductive scent continues as one of the best women’s perfumes.2

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