With the hundreds of perfumes out there, it’s hard to commit to a signature scent before knowing if you’ll even like it. Lucky for us, most fragrances incorporate familiar scents—including popular flowers like iris, orchids and roses. We decided to make the selection process a little easier and match our favorite flowers (and their alluring smells) with popular perfumes. So next time you’re at the makeup counter on your fifth spritz of Eau de Parfum, pull out this guide to find your perfect match.
The daffodil is the March birth flower. They are one of spring’s most recognizable flowers, known for their bright yellow and white petals. Their flowers are formed by a central cup shaped corona (the part of the flower that holds the stamens), that is surrounded by six large petals. Popular around Easter, the birth flower for March signals the end of winter and the arrival of spring. read more