It’s only natural that the luxury goods house, founded in Paris in 1837 by Thierry Hermès, be our pick for a splurge-worthy perfume with its phenomenal scent, Eau Claire des Merveilles eau parfumée. We just can’t help ourselves. Not only do we adore the French brand’s horse and carriage, we are in awe of the line-up of fragrances that its in-house and genius perfumer, Jean-Claude Ellena, continues to whip up in the lab. This classic scent has captured our senses (and our heart) for two years and counting. Foamy and airy at first spritz, the fragrance is a seductive floral that smoothes into a sophisticated and powdery composition of vanilla, wood and amber. And the bottle it’s contained in is just as decadent: a traditional glass flacon decorated with tiny bubbles.