You won’t want to share our unisex perfumes as they smell so good
We say, why should gorgeous scents be divided by gender? Smelling doesn’t belong to any gender, and if you think the same you’ll just love The Fragrance World line of unisex perfumes, as there is no doubt that gender-orientated perfumes maybe should be a thing of the past, scents shouldn’t be assigned to male or female as arguably all fragrances are unisex, it’s completely subjective as our olfactory nerves will definitely to you what you like and don’t like regardless of how you identify.
Shopping for unisex fragrances is a liberating experience, as it literally will make you do away with what you think you should like and will make you focus simply on what you do like.
The downside is that you may find your anyone of the opposite sex in your home will be swiping the scent! In The Fragrance World, they have some incredible scents that are considered more unisex than others as they specify it on the bottle label, and there are plenty of old favourites and brand new launches, that they have harmoniously brought together with classically masculine and feminine notes. giving everyone the chance to broaden their fragrance collection.
We’ve long been a fan of wearing cologne rather than perfume for their masculinity. Less floral scents, so the recent rush of unisex fragrances has done away with such arbitrary designations altogether. So we have tried two of The Fragrance World Eau de Parfum unisex fragrances, and that’s why they are highly reputable for a good reason, great quality scents don’t have to cost the earth and that’s why you can smell sweet for less.
Fleur: Inspired by Fleur Narcotique:
This bottle of fragrance is a version containing notes similar to those found in Fleur Narcotique by Ex Nihiol.
- Top notes: Litchi, bergamot and peach.
- Heart notes:Peony, orange blossom, jasmine and petalia.
- Base notes: Musk, moss and woody notes.
These create a unique scent when applied, Intriguing. Seductive. Sophisticated. But we love it as a modern, sensuous scent on women too, and the blends of explosive floral fragrances notes that rate highly with us and this Fleur Eau de Parfum is no different.
This sophisticated and seductive scent brings floral notes for an explosion of subtle, affirmed scents. It’s a fragrance that people will always ask after, particularly as it lingered longer on the skin than anything else we’ve tried.
Black: Inspired by Black Orchid
This bottle of fragrance is a version containing notes similar to those found in Black Orchid by Tom Ford.
Top notes: Jasmine, Gardenia, blackcurrant, lemon, bergamot, mandarin and tuberose.
Heart notes Orchid, spicy notes, fruity notes, lotus.
Base notes: Vetiver, patchouli, sandalwood, incense, amber, chocolate. vanilla.
This is a very popular unisex fragrance, because of its unique traits, alluring and is so full of rich and sweet flavours, it’s that it’s a difficult scent to describe. This one’s a classic for a reason.
If you’ve been a fan of wearing cologne rather than perfume for their more masculine, less floral scents, you’ll find the rush of unisex fragrances has done away with such arbitrary designations altogether.
And well, we say why does scent have to be gendered?
Buy online: The Fragrance World