The best designer perfume dupes – on the high street!

I’ve finally found the best designer perfume dupes! AND they’re super accessible, at M&S! Ideal if you’re looking to save for this year’s Christmas presents…

We’re in a world where we cherish the small pleasures. This can come down to reading books (always a yes from me), food, a book, or shopping for little indulgences. For me, that pleasure can also be in a perfume.

On a recent trip to M & S, I came across their expansive range of own brand Discover fragrances, and let me tell you, they had a LOAD of dupes! Sniffing each of them took me back to scents I’ve owned in the past. It was difficult to narrow it down to purchasing one, but I settled for Warm Neroli which instantly reminded me of Lady Million. Beautiful sweet citrus notes with warm orange blossom, a touch of mint, patchouli, amber and vanilla.

I own a bottle of the designer fragrance and use it rare, saving it for special occasions. It is possibly my favourite ever perfume – and it reminds me of my Mum who also likes it. There’s also a dupe for Paul Smith Rose [Velvet Rose] and YSL Black Opium [Midnight Blossom].

It was a nice surprise for us both when I came back from M&S with news that the high street retailer has blessed us with an array of beautiful scents that last – and don’t look too bad either, but are also affordable.

-30ml £5-

-100ml £9.50-

If you’re a Sparks member, look out for some of its Beauty offers – I got 20% off mine!

Maybe you’re a dude looking for a dupe. Thank the heaven that M&S has also blessed us with a ‘Pour homme’ range. Although not as wide, there is a decent offering of great scents, including a Dior Sauvage dupe! (blog coming shortly!)

Who knew, a Lady Million dupe?!

Any of your favourites? Maybe you’ve spotted some more perfume dupes – care to share?

Image credit: M and S online

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