Sorry, no results were found for

The 7 Fragrances Every Woman In Her 20s Should Own

It's about time you get your signature scent.

Fragrance is very personal. Though it can’t be seen, it can easily make or break one’s look. Here, we round up some of the most distinct fragrances every twentysomething ought to have in her arsenal. Whether you’re wearing just one scent or having fun with layering, give these bottles a shot and see how you can make one your own.

 

Chanel No. 5

You may or may not like it so much since Coco Chanel designed this bouquet a number of decades back, but there’s still something so alluring about this scent up until this day. Definitely worth the splurge!

Wear it: In the evening. Think of Marilyn Monroe who was famously quoted saying it’s all she wore when she went to bed.

Chanel Coco Mademoiselle

Chanel No. 5’s little sister. It’s a lighter, powdery fragrance that’s perfect for everyday use.

Wear it: If you’re trying to be French.

Dolce & Gabbana D&G Light Blue

Crisp and clean, it’s the perfect casual scent for the girl on the go. Think eternal summers spent sailing though Sicily.

Wear it: If you prefer to keep things simple.

Jo Malone Lime Basil and Mandarin

The perfect layering scent, this zesty, citrus fragrance is perfect for both guys and girls.

Wear it: If you’re a bit of a tomboy.

Marc Jacobs Daisy

With its fruity strawberry and grapefruit notes mixed with an intensive floral woody aroma, it’s a light and fizzy fragrance perfect for spring.

Wear it: If you’re feeling young and flirty.

Michael Kors Rose Radiant Gold

This romantic and feminine scent made of spice, musk, and floral notes is a great day-to-night fragrance that leaves a warm, powdery scent lingering on the skin.

Continue reading below ↓

Wear it: If you’re a power woman.

Versace Eros Pour Femme

Inspired by the idea of the god of love, Eros, this sexy scent is a combination of sandalwood, musk, and various woody notes with a citrusy twist.

Wear it: For that romantic dinner date with your beau.

***

This story originally appeared on Stylebible.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.