When you think about niche perfume houses there are only a few well known companies that come to mind and Serge Lutens is one of them. As many of you already know I have a love of perfume that is borderline weird according to some people. I’m sure there are many of you out there so please feel free to connect with me so we can share our obsession for smelling delicious. So without further delay here is my perfume review of Fluers D’ Oranger by Serge Lutens.

According to Luckyscent this fragrance is described as a “Masterpiece.” Fleurs D’ Oranger contains orange blossom, white jasmine, Indian tuberose, white rose, citrus peel, hibiscus seeds, cumin, and nutmeg. At first spray I do smell the sweet orange blossoms and maybe even a bit of the bitter citrus peel. Once it drys down though more than anything I smell quite a bit of heady tuberose. If you are one to love white floral scents you may find this one to be in line with what you are looking for. I think of this as a Spring into Summer transition scent. I felt like it has somewhat of a beachy vibe and I cannot pinpoint why. There may be hints of some suntan lotion that I have used in the past or maybe it is just the sweetness.

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Fluers D’ Oranger was developed in 1995 by the perfume house Serge Lutens and the perfumer Christopher Sheldrake.

Most perfume reviews are across the board and this one is no exception to that. The fragrance received 3.6 stars from Makeupalley where most people described it as sweet, sunny, and sexy.  For Luckyscent it was 4 stars with most people saying it smells very much like white floral blossoms. I will let you decide what you think and please comment below.


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