Everyone knows there is nothing better than a luxurious new perfume, but many of us don’t want the rather hefty price-tag that often comes attached.
Enter some of our favorite bargain stores which have been selling some nifty designer perfume dupes – with some as low as just 99p a bottle.
Aldi, Lidl, Home Bargains and B&M have all gone viral on social media after shoppers have managed to get their hands on luscious smelling perfumes that some swear are “identical to designer brands.”
From Aldi Jo Malone dupes to Home Bargains Alien dupe, many budget retailers are giving us shoppers the opportunity to pick up premium smelling fragrances for much less.
If you’re looking to get your hands on one of the designer perfume dupes, then Yorkshire Live has a round-up of the budget fragrances you can find in these bargain retailers.
Here are some of the budget perfumes that shoppers on social media are saying are designer dupes.
Home Bargains popular Madonna range has been a hit with many shoppers who have said that the fragrances are similar to many designer brand counterparts.
Just recently they have gone viral on Tikok as one of their fragrances is similar to the iconic Alien by Thierry Mugler.
The 99p dupe fragrance is not only similar in scent, as the packaging and bottle also bear a striking resemblance to the iconic designer perfume.
Fans also think that Madonna’s ‘Daydream’ smells exactly like Britney Spears’ Fantasy.
Madonna’s ‘Goddess’ is thought to smell like Paco Robanne’s ‘Olympa’ and Blossom is thought to smell exactly like Marc Jacob’s ‘Daisy’.
Budget supermarket Lidl’s own range of fragrance have also been a huge hit with shoppers looking for designer perfumes for less.
A few of their own-branded perfumes have been compared to the likes of Gucci and Chanel by shoppers who managed to get their hands on them.
Their most popular perfume is the £3.99 Suddenly Madam Glamour, thought to smell exactly like Chanel’s Coco Mademoiselle which is priced at £60+.
Lidl’s Essence Cotton Blue, priced at £4.99 is thought to mimic the £50 Dolce & Gabbana’s Light Blue.
Just recently, many shoppers said that the £4.99 Essence En Rose was similar to Gucci Rush or Lancome’s La Vie Est Belle – priced at £55.
Jo Malone’s scents, costing anywhere between £102 to £130 have been compared to Aldi’s range titled Lacura, which on average cost just £6.99.
Aldi has perfumes Hotel Collection Peony Blush, woody Bergamot Oud and rich Myrrh & Sweet Tonka Eau de Toilettes are all said to be replicas of the Jo Malone range too.
Bargain store B&M’s ‘Arome No.2’ has been dubbed a replica of Jo Malone’s pomegranate noir cologne.
The Jo Malone perfume costs around £89 but ‘Arome No.2’ costs just £4.99.
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