Perfume Dupes

30 Mar
Perfume Dupes


I have to say, I love a good designer perfume dupe, especially when I come across one accidentally and it smells just like one of my favourite perfumes. Marks and Spencer, Avon, Zara and Next all do pretty good smell-a-likes.

Here are some common dupes and their designer equivalents!

Marks and Spencer

Iris – Issey Miyake L’eau de issey

Sensual – Coco Mademoiselle

Perfection – Chanel Chance and Coco Mademoiselle

Autograph New York – Chanel Allure

True Red – Hugo Boss Deep Red

Azure Breeze- D&G Light Blue  (I wear this myself and it does smell a lot like D&G)

Inspire – Lacoste Pour Femme (a favourite of mine)

Butterfly – Marc Jacob Daisy


Flowers – Marc Jacob Daisy

Define – Armani She

Diamonds – Miss Dior Cherie

Just Pink – Ralph Lauren Romance

Rock Couture – Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb

Signature – Coco Mademoiselle

Gold – YSL Cinema


Bella – Marc Jacob Lola

Madonna Truth or Dare – a cheaper dupe of Carnal Flower by Frederick Malle, Nicole Scherzingers favourite perfume costing £200!

Zara Women – Chanel Chance

Zara textures water lily – Miss Dior

Zara Rose  and Zara Chypre Floral- Her by Narciso Rodriguez

Lidl Suddenly – Chanel Coco Mademoiselle  

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Posted by on March 30, 2013 in perfume dupes, perfumes


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5 responses to “Perfume Dupes

  1. Parfum Dupes

    May 26, 2014 at 4:29 pm

    Thanks for your list. I love parfum and oil dupes.

    Best regards

  2. ravinbeauty

    April 5, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    yes, I bought some oils from eygpt they where brilliant, dupes of everything!

  3. aboutabu

    April 5, 2013 at 1:51 am

    Have you seen the oils?Some of them are so good you cannot tell the difference!


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