Top 5 best-selling fragrances to try in November

Published: Nov 23, 2020 • Last Updated: Nov 27, 2020

As we all know 2020 has not been so great, first the bush fires, the pandemic and god knows what not! But not all hope is lost, we have compiled a list of the most popular perfumes in the ScentGod community that will cheer you up instantly. Some fragrances are sensual, some are subtle, and some are simply irresistible making them compliment magnets. Without wasting any time, let's dive in!

212 Sexy

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212 Sexy has sexy in its name for all the right reasons. It's a warm sensual oriental floral fragrance that is bound to leave a lasting impression. The star of the show here is the sandalwood note. It opens with the freshness of bergamot combined with pink pepper, the heart reveals a beautiful gardenia and sharp geranium, and the base is a sensual combination of sandalwood, caramel, vanilla, and musk.

Dior Poison Girl EDT

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If you loved YSL Black Opium, you will surely love this as well. It is your upbeat quintessential gourmand scent- not overly sweet though. Top notes are bitter orange, frosted orange, and lemon, the heart is composed of orange blossom, neroli and damask rose, the base is aromatic vanilla, tonka bean, and delicious caramel. It's smooth, it's quirky- a delightful gourmand overall.

Montale Roses Elixir

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Are floral-fruity fragrances your thing? You've got to give Montale Roses Elixir a try! When it comes to rose perfumes, hardly anyone does it better than the master perfumer Pierre Montale. The key note of this fragrance is obviously rose, which is combined with citruses, strawberries, orange blossom, jasmine, vanilla and musk.  It's fresh, it's playful, and a great fragrance for the spring and summer months.

YSL Black Opium

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Inarguably one of the most popular fragrances of these times, loved by all. A feminine fragrance for a modern, young, and vibrant woman. The fragrance is dominated by coffee notes, combined with vanilla, pink pepper, orange blossom, jasmine, cedar and patchouli.  This one is a crowd-pleaser, wear it to a date or a casual setting, you are guaranteed to smell gorgeous and sophisticated.

Moschino Fresh Gold      

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Another floral fruity fragrance that is loved by the ScentGod community. The smell would instantly transport you to a tropical island relishing a mango dessert. It opens with the deliciousness of pear, mango, grapefruit and rhubarb leaf, leading into a floral heart of jasmine, lily of the valley and orchid, while a base of vanilla, musk, sandalwood and akigalawood provides this scent an overall depth.

You can sample these gorgeous scents with Australia's very own perfume subscription, ScentGod, without having to spend hundreds of dollars. Try a different perfume every month or simply build your collection at a fraction of the retail price.

Want to see other latest and bestselling fragrances? Check out our entire catalog here: https://www.scentgod.com.au/

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Preet Singh

I have always been enamored by the power of perfumes to evoke emotions and capture memories. This profound love for fragrances led to the creation of ScentGod, a platform designed to allow everyone the luxury of discovering and wearing premium scents without the commitment of a full-sized purchase. My vision for ScentGod is more than just offering fragrances; it's about sharing passion, creating experiences, and helping people find their signature essence.

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