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The Best Summer Fragrances to Spritz Anytime and Anywhere

Scents to get you excited for the sweet serenity of summer.

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Chanel sephora.com

Inside of this charming bottle sits a beautiful blend of fresh florals: jasmine, ylang-ylang, orange blossom, and grasse tuberrose. A scent meant to evoke the brightest of blooms that will make you feel fiercely chic..as all Chanel perfumes do. 

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Pur Muguet Eau de Toilette
Cartier cartier.com

Cartier is calling their latest trio of fragrances a "vibrant tribute to nature." Dreamed up by master perfumer Mathilde Laurent, this one will take you to a trip through Lily Valley during peak season. It's a single-note ingredient with a beautiful scent that can stand alone. 

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Dreams Eau de Parfum
Coach ulta.com

Road-tripping through Joshua Tree in a convertible with your best girl friends sounds like a dream, right? It's a feeling of freedom, which may seem so far from reality at the moment, that this scent is meant to embody using real bark from Joshua Trees, gardenia, and cactus flower. 

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Sun Song
Louis Vuitton louisvuitton.com

A spritz of this savory scent will make you feel sun-kissed, thanks to the luminous and poppy notes of orange blossom and citron topped off with a spicy hint of musk. It's guaranteed to be an instant mood-booster when you're having one of those days. 

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Chloé L'Eau
Chloé sephora.com

You can't go wrong with a Chloé fragrance—one of the most ladylike scents in all of the land. Especially when it's a classic floral fragrance paired with creamy rose water and crisp magnolia for a refreshing kick. This one is light and airy, making it perfect for daytime wear.  

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Replica Under the Lemon Trees Eau de Toilette
Maison Margiela sephora.com

Warning: this unisex scent will make you wish you were having a picnic in the Southern Italian countryside under a lemon tree. Le sigh. It captures the zest of kalamansi lime and citrus balanced with green tea and musk for a light and refreshing aroma. 

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Happy Hour
Dior dior.com

We all could use a scent that symbolizes the best part of the day: happy hour. I've dubbed it the It's Five O'Clock Somewhere Scent, done the Dior way by master perfumer François Demachy who says it's "the perfume of a lovable woman and has the taste of happiness." Demachy combined jasmine and ylang ylang to evoke the freshness of this floral.  

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Villa Bordighera
Krigler krigler.com

Once vacationing becomes a thing again, pack this in your carry-on if Italy is on your bucket list. This scent, created by Mr. Krigler in 1920, represents a must-visit vacation spot in Italy called the Bordighera. Its notes inlude lemon, sicilian bergamot, rose absolute, grapefruit blossom and kashmir wood.

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Good Girl Gone Bad Eau Fraîche
by Kilian saksfifthavenue.com

Raise your hand if you're already a Good girl gone Bad fan? Same, same. Here, the scent is reimagined just in time for summer using a fresh "aquatic" fusion of orange blossom, Moroccan roses, Egyptian jasmine sambac, and tuberose. Honestly, Kilian's description alone will mentally put you at ease: "Imagine a Grecian villa, in the midst of the summer, surrounded by the endless blue of the Aegean Sea." *Take me there*

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Twilly d'Hermes Eau Poivree Eau de parfum Charming Twilly
Hermès hermes.com

With perfume, presentation matters. So besides the fact that this bottle will look an absolute beaut sitting on your shelf, its scent is just as gorgeous. It's a fun floral with a kick thanks to pink peppercorn paired with patchouli and rose to bring out your inner-femininity. 

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La Vie Est Belle Intensément Eau de Parfum
Lancôme macys.com

When you want your fragrance to match the weather, this warm floral will do the honors. What brings the heat is red iris, red vanilla and sandalwood at its core, coupled with raspberry accord and jasmine absolute to round out this unique floral. 

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Rose Prick Eau de Parfum
Tom Ford nordstrom.com

A fresh bouquet of roses from Tom Ford, which is arguably every woman's dream, is what this pretty pink bottle embodies. These aren't your run-of-the-mill roses, though. Think: rose de mai, turkish rose and bulgarian rose topped with turmeric extract, pepper, patchouli, and more. 

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Eau des Sens Eau de Toilette
Diptyque nordstrom.com

You should catch Diptyque's latest limited edition scent while you can. Dubbed the "Impossible Bouquets" collection complete with six lovely scents, this citrus delight is my favorite. The brand says it best: "Luminous and colorful, like orange trees warmed by the last rays of sunlight." Are you not sold yet? Trust, this fresh floral won't disappoint. 

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Waterlily Cologne
Jo Malone London macys.com

Jo Malone, world-renown fragrance house, did it again with their most recent creation: the waterlily cologne. Created to capture dewy water lilies in their prime, the union of neroli, waterlily, and white musk will remind you of a perfectly sunny day in nature. 

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Aqua Celestia Forte Eau de Parfum
Maison Francis Kurkdjian nordstrom.com

Finally, a fragrance that'll give you a breath of fresh air. Whether you're invigorated by the summer's breeze or the ocean's waves, this refreshing scent, which is spiked with lime, cool mint, blackcurrant, and mimosa blossoms, will mimic that vibe for an easy, all-day wear. 

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Pure Grace Summer Moments Eau de Toilette
Philosophy ulta.com

You'll be able to savor the joy of summer days even longer with this fragrance. This is Philosophy's cult-loved Pure Grace scent revamped with sunny notes of fig, lemon, sage, and fresh dewy greens to make those  memories that much sweeter. 

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