About National Fragrance Day
The Fragrance Foundation officially established March 21st as The Fragrance Day™ in 2018. The goal is to drive awareness, excitement, and education around the fragrance category for consumers, unite the fragrance community, and kick-off the Spring season.
Some of the most popular fragrances include:
Chanel No. 5: This is a classic and timeless fragrance that has been around since 1921. It has a floral scent with notes of jasmine, rose, and ylang-ylang.
Dior J'adore: This is a feminine and elegant fragrance with notes of jasmine, rose, and bergamot.
Calvin Klein CK One: This is a unisex fragrance with a fresh and clean scent that has been popular since the 1990s.
Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue: This is a refreshing and summery fragrance with notes of lemon, apple, and jasmine.
Tom Ford Black Orchid: This is a luxurious and sophisticated fragrance with notes of black truffle, ylang-ylang, and patchouli.
Marc Jacobs Daisy: This is a playful and feminine fragrance with notes of strawberry, violet, and jasmine.
Gucci Bloom: This is a floral fragrance with notes of jasmine, tuberose, and honeysuckle.
Yves Saint Laurent Black Opium: This is a seductive and intense fragrance with notes of coffee, vanilla, and white flowers.
Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb: This is a sweet and floral fragrance with notes of jasmine, rose, and patchouli.
Jo Malone Lime Basil & Mandarin: This is a fresh and zesty fragrance with notes of lime, basil, and mandarin.