The Top 7 Fragrances Around the World

Have you ever stopped to think about your perfume? Is there that one special bottle you reach for every morning? According to Rank and Style, a website that specializes in top trending products around the world, you might not be the only one who calls that fragrance your signature scent. Women around the world love their perfumes—here’s a look at the top perfumes by country!

1. U.S.: Elizabeth and James Nirvana Black and White ($75)

Beating out Tory Burch’s scent, the top-selling perfume in the States is designed by the Olsen twins. Nirvana Black is a moody violet, sandalwood and vanilla. Nirvana White offers a delicate floral scent.

2. France: Christian Dior J’Adore ($120)

With Charlize Theron as the face of this fragrance, J’Adore is nothing short of powerful sophistication. The flowery perfume is feminine without being overpowering.

3. U.K.: Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely ($24.99)

Co-created by Sex and the City alumn Sarah Jessica Parker, Lovely is classy with a sexy edge—basically, exactly what we'd expect from a Carrie. The scent blends soft citrus notes with floral.

4. Australia: Calvin Klein CK One ($49)

Sultry and ultra cool, CK One is a must have for the It-crowd. The perfume has a clean, concentrated scent, but is soft enough to use every day.

5. China: Chanel No. 5 ($100)

Chanel No. 5, the epitome of elegance and grace, has been worn by everyone from Marilyn Monroe to Gisele Bundchen. Surprisingly, the scent is not a top seller in France.

6. Brazil: Avon Luck ($30)

It makes sense for a bright, light-hearted scent like Luck to resonate with the women of Brazil. The perfume blends citrus and berry to create a warm, happy scent.

7. South Korea: Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt ($60)

We might have expected this London-brewed scent to take the top spot in the U.K., but it seems to have caught the attention of a different country. The earthy scent of this Jo Malone fragrance has captured the women of South Korea.

Which one of these fragrances tops your list, collegiettes?