Jasmine and vanilla are some of the most used notes in perfumery. It’s no surprise, then, that they’re often used together in perfume compositions, often in tandem with other vivid floral scents. One such fragrance is Le Labo Fragrances’ Jasmin 17 Eau de Parfum. Equal parts feminine and sensual, Jasmin 17 is an effortlessly chic, modern floral scent consisting of jasmine sambac, neroli, orange, musk, sandalwood, and vanilla. Not too floral and not too sweet, this is a great soft option for those who enjoy jasmine and vanilla yet don’t want anything too overdone.
Offering orgasmic indulgence for the senses, there’s also Viktor& Rolf’s Flowerbomb Eau de Parfum. This blend of jasmine, rose, cattleya, patchouli, and vanilla is lush, sweet, and floral to the core. In other words, a true jasmine vanilla perfume that will have you smelling like a bouquet of flowers for days. Other notable jasmine vanilla fragrances include Tom Ford’s Soleil Neige Eau de Parfum, featuring notes of bergamot, jasmine, carrot, rose, and vanilla; as well as Jo Malone London’s Jasmine Sambac & Marigold Cologne, infused with jasmine, marigold, and ylang-ylang, accompanied by a warm amber and vanilla base.