The Duchess of Cambridge is known to be a fan of the luxury fragrance brand, Jo Malone London, and her go-to scent is often Orange Blossom, which happens to also be one of the brand’s bestsellers.
Featuring notes of clementine flower, orange blossom, waterlily, and vetiver, it’s a citrus-based perfume that’s perfect for summer.
However, with a price tag of £100 for a 100ml bottle, it doesn’t come cheap. The good news though is that if you’re looking for a scent with the royal stamp of approval, ZARA has an almost identical dupe from its range of affordable fragrances.
The ZARA dupe for Jo Malone Orange Blossom is called Fleur d’Oranger and costs £25.99 for a 90ml bottle – an absolute steal we’d say.
It’s designed in collaboration with Jo Malone CBE – the British perfumer behind the eponymous brand, who sold the business to Estee Lauder in 2006 and went on to set up Jo Loves, which has since expanded into a line of perfume, diffusers, home fragrances, and candles.
In 2019, Malone partnered with our favourite high-street store ZARA, for an ongoing range of candles and perfume called Emotions, and Fleur d’Oranger was one of the original scents.
Keep scrolling for all the details below on where to get your hands on Kate’s signature scent or better yet for your purse, the ZARA dupe for Jo Malone London.
Housed in the iconic Jo Malone London minimalistic packaging, Orange Blossom is a bestseller, thanks to its light, fruity fragrance.
Described by the brand as smelling like a shimmering garden oasis, it’s a treat for the senses and the ultimate indulgence. Simply spritz liberally onto your wrists, neck and pulse points.
Not to mention thanks to the generous 100ml size, it will last you ages too, but if you want something smaller, you can also buy it in a 30ml bottle for £50.
If you don’t have the budget for Kate Middleton’s favourite fragrance, then Zara has got you covered with its budget-friendly dupe.
It too has an effortlessly chic packaging with just a simple white label that makes it look much more expensive than it is.
Words by Louise Whitbread.