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The latest in the Marc Jacobs Daisy series is uplifting and fruity.

More exotic than precious, Dolce & Gabbana's newest scent is best used after dark.

Sweet, fresh and citrusy. It's like spring in a bottle.

A feminine scent that's not too sweet. If this fragrance were a person, it would be a driven, young city girl who lives by the whole "work hard, play hard" mantra.

You may find that your favorite scent is too heavy or potent for the breezy spring months. Givenchy added notes of neroli and peony to lighten its popular Dahlia Noir.

Similarly, notes of mandarin make this a lighter version of the original Flowerbomb.

 

Even if you believe that flowery scents are reserved for overly perky people who dress in all pink everything, trust us—you'll fall for this one.

The scent is awesome, but the best part may be the packaging: the box's design is inspired by abstract floral prints from Nicolas Ghesquière's Fall 2011 collection for the brand.