Floral perfumes have a dominant floral scent. These perfumes are primarily feminine and designed for women, although some can be considered a person. Floral fragrances can be split into many smaller groups such as Single florals, Florientals, Heady florals, Floral bouquets, Fruity florals, Soft florals, Aldehydic florals, Green florals, and Woody florals. Depending on the distinctive accompanying scent notes in the perfume.
One of the oldest styles of perfumes, the floral category, was created by the most respected perfume houses. Floral perfumes were a popular choice in the past, particularly during the Regency Period. Floral perfumes with highly aromatic oils are a common choice for both men and women. The most popular perfume ingredients were Rose, Jasmine and Orange blossom, Champaka, Tuberose, Frangipani, and Lotus.
Floral perfumes are still the most loved fragrance category. They have a wide range of scents and distinctive characteristics that appeal to all generations. To meet this demand, the perfume industry creates a huge number of floral perfumes every year. It is amazing to see the variety of floral perfumes available.
The availability of such an amazing variety of perfumes within the floral family is truly fascinating, from vibrant and intoxicatingly complex fragrances like Beautiful and Pleasures from Estee Lauder, to single florals that only contain the fragrance note of a single flower such as Stella by Stella McCartney, which as a beautiful rose scent.