Best Selling Perfumes February 5, 2017

Posted by Patty White on 6th Feb 2017


Week ending February 5, 2017, best-selling perfumes at STC. There are a few changes, some old favorites made it back on the list. It is a shorter list this week because some of the 5 ml clearance specials made the list. Make sure to head over to our Facebook page and comment, like or share to be entered in a drawing to win a sample set of this week's best-sellers. We do allow for substitutions if you already own or have tried some of these!

  1. Creed Aventus - The King returns to the No. 1 spot
  2. Le Labo Santal 33 - Traditional No. 2 spot
  3. Tom Ford Private Blend Tobacco Vanille - Okay, when Aventus, Santal and Tobacco Vanille finish 1-2-3 for the week, all is well with the perfume world.
  4. Tom Ford Private Blend Oud Wood - These are the same top 4 finishers from last week
  5. Neela Vermeire Creations Rahele - This beautiful osmanthus moves back up, yeah!
  6. By Kilian Noir Aphrodisiaque - The new French boutique exclusive makes another appearance.
  7. Tom Ford Private Blend Tuscan Leather - Another classic leather from Tom Ford
  8. Royal Apothic Distillery General Smokewood - I, um, don't know?  I'll just leave that here.
  9. Byredo Gypsy Water - Snuggly and addictive.
  10. Serge Lutens Santal Majuscule - One of my very favorite from the export line, it is just perfect to wear in winter.
  11. Amouage Lyric Woman - One of my favorite Amouage scents.  A baroque, sexy rose.
  12. Thierry Mugler Angel Muse - One of the best flankers of 2016.
  13. Serge Lutens de Profundis - Oh, hange on de Profundis and stay on the list. I root so hard for you every week.
  14. Hermes Terre D'Hermes - Classic unisex and a favorite since it was released.
  15. Escentric Molecules Molecule 01 - I love this thing, not sure how it got here, but yeah!
  16. Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur - Sexy, spicy musk.
  17. Creed Aventus For Her - A nicely done women's fragrance from Creed. I'm not sure it will ever achieve the iconic status of her distaff counterpart, but still nicely done.