Coco Noir by Chanel. To be honest, with the amount of patchouli in this, I didn't think I would like it at all. I didn't like the original Coco, or Coco Mademoiselle (which is lovely on my sister, but not on me), so I didn't expect much. But there's nothing like a Chanel fragrance, and this is one of the sexiest. It absolutely blew me away.
Byredo’s latest fragrance, Mojave Ghost, is inspired by a pale, blooming flower called the Ghost that grows despite itself in the Mojave Desert. An eau de parfum that is simultaneously complex and light, it's gender neutral with a bold, woody theme.
D&G Feminine - clean, fresh and modern. Soft florals and a warm musky, slightly sweet base. Almost minimalist fragrance from the late 90s. Top notes of mimosa, cyclamen, mandarin, water lily; heart notes of lily and heliotrope; base notes of vanilla, sandalwood, cashmeran and musks. (Osmoz).