M&S Perfumes Are Genuinely Amazing—8 That Will Earn You Compliments

I absolutely love trying out new perfumes. In fact, I'd go as far as to say that it's one of my favourite hobbies. As a beauty editor, I'm lucky enough that I get to do this on a daily basis, and I'm always on the lookout for trending or unexpectedly good scents. Recently, I've been seeing everyone talk about Marks and Spencer perfumes, so I was keen to see what all the fuss was about.


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If you didn't know, not only does M&S do some of the most stylish and high-quality high-street clothes available, but the British institution also has an impressive beauty offering. It stocks lots of cult brands such as Benefit and Clinique, but also has its own in-house ranges that have become increasingly popular. Before trying out some of the perfumes myself, I had a look online and was so impressed by how affordable they are. Prices range from around £10-£15 and the packaging is minimal and chic—just what you'd expect from designer scents.


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With an amazing selection on offer, I called upon my beauty network to find out which M&S perfumes were not to be missed, and I've now been testing out some of the best-selling scents for myself over the last few weeks. I honestly can't tell you how many compliments I've gotten—because the bottles are on the smaller side, I've been carrying them around everywhere with me, and my friends and family have been dying to know where each perfume is from.

So, if you want to know which M&S perfumes I recommend, keep reading. 

Shop the Best M&S Perfumes:

1. Soft Iris

2. White Coconut

3. Fresh Mandarin

4. Warmth

5. Velvet Amber

6. Pink Pepper

7. Seasalt & Neroli

8. Midnight Blossom

This story was published at an earlier time and has since been updated.

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Junior Beauty Editor

Grace Lindsay is the junior beauty editor at Who What Wear UK. At the age of 18 she decided to train as a makeup artist before going on to study english and media at Goldsmiths University. It was during that time that she explored her love for journalism by interning at a small beauty start-up based in Shoreditch. Since then, she has worked at a number of publications including Marie Claire and Hello!, where her love for all things beauty continued to grow. 

As Who What Wear UK's junior beauty editor, she covers everything from the latest hair trends to the stand-out makeup products of the season.