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TheAwfulDaughter Fri 15-Aug-14 00:39:03

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HoldenMcGroin Fri 15-Aug-14 00:52:17

Guerlain acqua allegoria pampelune is extraordinary

Shia Fri 15-Aug-14 00:53:58

Have you seen the perfumes by Fragonard?

M&s sell them.

I wear Vetiver and also Patchouli.

Next to try will be Fleur de o'rangeur.

They are lovely.

The Vetiver one...

Just seach Fragonard in m&s website.

BOFster Fri 15-Aug-14 01:00:47

Thierry Mugler's Womanity is very citrusy, iirc.

TheAwfulDaughter Fri 15-Aug-14 01:01:03

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Madaboutthrows Fri 15-Aug-14 06:11:53é-vert-bigarade-eau-de-toilette,83,1,39650,366093.htm

Shia Fri 15-Aug-14 06:38:51

Shia Fri 15-Aug-14 06:40:56

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CoreyTrevorLahey Fri 15-Aug-14 07:05:11

OP, I got a 100ml bottle of Eau d'Hadrien in TK Maxx for �40 last year! I know it's a long shot, but might be worth a try smile

I second pp's suggestions of M&S. Their perfume selection is amazing now. The Monotheme range has some good citrussy smells like Sicilian orange and similar.

canny1234 Fri 15-Aug-14 07:12:47

I love Eau d'Hadrien as well.Other alternatives that I adore are Hermes eau des Merveilles.A gorgeous citrussy,woody,peppery,salty fragrance thats a really good choice for autumn.Starts at about £35 on All beauty.Or miniatures can be picked up on ebay.
Atelier Cologne do a really good value sample pack of longer lasting citrussy colognes that smell wonderful too.Fragonard and Yves Rocher are probably the best value perfumes available though.

callamia Fri 15-Aug-14 07:27:38

L'occitane verbena?

peasandlove Fri 15-Aug-14 07:57:43

I"m currently obsessed with L'Eau de Chloe Chloe for women

ColdCottage Fri 15-Aug-14 08:06:38

Small bottle of Jo Malone - French Lime Blossom, very gentle or for a bit more citrus her Grapefruit.

FrankSpencer Fri 15-Aug-14 08:09:04

Remember Issey Miyake's range!

SinglePringle Fri 15-Aug-14 08:13:46

I second the Eau des Mervielles. I wear it all year round and always get compliments. I have re original and the warmer 'amber' version also.

RavenRose Fri 15-Aug-14 08:14:59

Guerlain have a new Aqua Allegoria out - limon verde. It's very lemony!

thesaurusgirl Fri 15-Aug-14 14:56:10

Men's scents are often cheaper and more likely to be citrus based.

Try Trumper's (yes, I know!) Extract of Lime or Penhaligon's Quercus.

CK One is still available and now not so many people wear it, it's come into its own.

I find Jo Malone's perfumes evaporate after 5 seconds, despite costing about a trillion pounds.

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canny1234 Fri 15-Aug-14 19:47:33

100mls of Annick Goutal is around £53 on All beauty.That's probably the best deal around on Eau d'Hadrien.The Aqua Allegorias do have a similar feel to the Annick Goutals however and often can be found for a slightly cheaper price on eBay.
The best citrus for longevity for me is Acqua di Parma's Magnolia Nobile.It's a gorgeous really easy to wear citrus that really lasts but is pretty pricey sadly.

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Andallmyhopeisgone Fri 15-Aug-14 22:58:36

Some of Fragonard's are really nice. Love the Fleur d' orengeur and I'm not even a citrus fan!
What is that really, really harsh citrus note in some citrus perfumes? It's like a really strong high pitched, bitter acidic smell. Can only some people smell it? I don't smell it in the L'occitane or the fragonard citruses,

sanssoleil Fri 15-Aug-14 23:01:47

Clarins Eau Dynamisante?

OverAndAbove Fri 15-Aug-14 23:06:12

Tom Ford Mandarino di Amalfi is excellent but really expensive. I think a mx of a Jo Malnes might work; they are very good about you trying a blend in their shops

BestIsWest Fri 15-Aug-14 23:08:26

O de Lancôme has that citrussy smell with a spicier depth to it.

I used to love Diorella which was similar but they have changed it.

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