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Will You Accept This Rose? Our Favorite Rose-Based Fragrances

Will You Accept This Rose? Our Favorite Rose-Based Fragrances
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Come 8 PM EST tonight, The Bachelor’s Chris Soules will hand out the final rose to one lucky lady, but these rosy fragrances will tide us over 'til next season. The flower is as multifaceted as a Neil Lane diamond, so you're sure to find the sparkling blend that's just right for you. These modern upgrades aren't your grandma's rose---the five scents run the gamut from musky to vibrant, and will make spring feel that much closer with a unique twist on the classic floral.

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Rose Fragrances
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Elegant: Acqua di Parma Rosa Nobile eau de parfum ($183; nordstrom.com).
Roses hit their "scentual" peak in summer, exactly when Italian centifolias are picked to pack this soft, powdery perfume.

Rose Fragrances
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Subtle: Maison Francis Kurkdjian À la Rose eau de parfum ($245; neimanmarcus.com).
Spritz once, twice, three times---it's impossible to overdo it with this light-as-a-garden-breeze blend.

Rose Fragrances
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Spicy: Aerin Rose de Grasse eau de parfum ($185; aerin.com).
Rich, warm, cozy ... We could be talking about your favorite cashmere sweater, but this musky mist is just as comforting.

Rose Fragrances
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Clean: Diptyque Eau Plurielle eau de parfum ($90; diptyqueparis.com).
Ready to swear on your Manolos that you hate rose perfume? Ivy and green notes completely freshen up the fragrant buds.

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Candied: Jimmy Choo Blossom eau de parfum ($100; sephora.com).
This version, spiked with zesty bursts of citrus and berries, is as sweet and flirty as a winky-face emoji.

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