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Tips on Buying Inexpensive Fragrances

Hey Boo's Hey, I am going to keep this blog short and sweet. I have to admit that I am a junkie when it comes to smelling good. I love purchasing fragrances, and I currently have a little over twenty scents now on my perfume bar. Anyone who knows me knows I love a good steal, so I had to share with you how you can snag designer perfumes for half of the original price.

You can take advantage of places such as TJ Maxx, Ross, Burlington, Marshalls, and Nordstrom Rack. They carry Marc Jacobs, Juicy Couture, Gucci, and several other brands. I typically try to snag ones I have never smelt before, but if you are not as adventurous as me, you can always make a mental note and go to a department store to smell the scents before purchasing. Most department stores will allow you to take free samples. You can snag some free fragrances to try them out and see how you like them. Nordstrom will enable you to get free samples, and they even pour them into these tiny perfume bottles. Recently, they had to change the ability to pour them yourself, but you can ask an associate, and they will get the bottles and fill them up. Most department stores such as Nordstrom will give you bags of free samples of designer perfumes when you spend over a certain dollar amount. Don't be afraid to try out the travel size perfumes. Sephora is a great place to sample and smell lots of great designer perfumes, and they even offer perfume samplers. Investing in good scents, the less you have to spray. If you are into subscriptions, you can visit ScentBird.

I try to purchase a new scent once a month, but I have fallen off since Corona. Listed below are some of my favorite scents, let me know if you have tried them.

I hope this was helpful. Let me know if you have smelled any of these scents. What are some of your favorite perfumes, comment down below.

With Love,




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