One Singular Sensation: Fragrant Single-Scent Perfumes
Although some classic perfumes are easy to identify, they are often hard to classify. That is, many people can recognize a hint of Chanel No. 5 wafting on the breeze, but when pressed to describe exactly what Chanel No. 5 smells like, most are at a loss. Although traditional perfumes' complicated interplays of top notes, middle notes, drydowns, bouquets, and finishes can be beautiful, sometimes it's nice to smell like something instantly recognizable. These fragrances, all perfect for springtime, feature a single aroma as their star.