These Luxury Perfumes Will Have Your Monsoon Fragrance Game Sorted

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You’re never fully dressed without perfume. Monsoons tend to dampen the beloved scents we spray on every morning, leaving us feeling dull and smelly after just a few hours of stepping out. Splurge on these long-lasting {and seductive} perfumes that we picked out for you to help you get going this monsoon.

One tipbefore purchasing any perfume, get a sample size of the same and see if it works for you. Perfumes tend to oxidise, so you’d want to check the staying power of it.

Modern Muse By Estee Lauder

Modern Muse is a blend of floral and musk sents, which makes it a safe choice for work this monsoon. It’s a clean, feminine, and elegant fragrance that lasts the entire day, hence our number one recommendation.

Where: Estee Lauder stores {Shop no. 184, Promenade Mall and Shop no. G-12, A-3 Select Citywalk Mall} and Sephora, Select Citywalk

Price: INR 5,900 for 50 ml

Decadence By Marc Jacobs

If you’re looking for a signature scent, this is the product to invest in. Decadence is a sophisticated yet sensual musky woody scent that stays put all day. Brownie points to Marc Jacobs for the chic leather-touch packaging.

Where: Buy it here and here

Price:  INR 6,500 {approx.} for 50 ml

Hypnotic Poison By Dior

An absolute favourite of ours, Hypnotic Poison is an in-your-face seductive fragrance which lasts for days {which means your wardrobe will smell great, too}. The product is definitely worth its price, considering the longevity it offers. Also, it’s unfair how Dior’s bestselling J’Adore overshadows this gem of a product.

Where: Dior, DLF Emporio

Price: INR 5,300 for 50 ml

Versace Bright Crystal

Bright Crystal is a burst of fruity and floral fragrance which truly refreshes and lifts your spirits on a rainy monsoon day. It’s a perfect choice for everyday wear; not too overpowering, yet quite long-lasting.  And, it’s pink!

Where: Buy it online here

Price: INR 4,250 for 50 ml


Aashi is a beauty enthusiast at heart. A true-to-form LSR graduate, her degree in Law, topped with her training as a Kuchipudi dancer, lends her work the gravitas that reflects her flair for the theme.