if you really like to smell, very delicious—such as, strangers chasing-you-down the street-to-ask-what-you-well-dressing—you’ve come to the right place. Especially if you want that state of olfactory seduction without sharing it with the rest of the perfume-using masses. Don’t misunderstand us. We love popular, widely used signature scents from designers like dior, gucciand tomfordand we insist that every perfume user should own at least one bottle of Chanel in their lifetime (choose your poison). this), but there’s nothing better than finding the right perfume that doesn’t come from a super famous designer brand. If you are really looking for a unique, signature scent, then you better consult the niche perfume market to find your scent soulmate.
Unlike more mainstream fragrances, niche fragrances are produced on a much smaller scale, not available in the popular retail stores you might find in malls and Not familiar names. (Though, a few on our list can do that, too.) Instead, you’ll usually find the most appropriate fragrances at a fancy, expert perfumery store. perfumes or exclusively through their own websites. That said, some may offer limited selections at ultra-premium retailers like Saks, Neiman Marcus or Bergdorfs. These scents are rare, *usually* expensive, and sometimes even a little bizarre in their inspiration. For example, a brand on our list, Serge Lutens, offers a fragrance inspired by the smell of teeth called Dent de Lait. Yes really.
If you’re like us and are looking for a new signature scent to launch as the world begins to reopen, you’re in luck. Below, we’ll share the 10 most appropriate perfumes (at least in our opinion) along with some second-best perfumes that you might like. Keep scrolling! Your next new perfume obsession is waiting to be discovered right below.