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29 amazing Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb dupes (2024)

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Viktor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb perfume is a very popular designer fragrance that is loved by so many people around the world.

The original Flowerbomb in particular is one of the most iconic fragrances of the past few years, but it is not a cheap perfume.

It falls into the luxury products category, and starts at $88 USD (or £57 / €67) for the small 30ml bottle.

The good news is there are several affordable alternatives to Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb, and if you’re looking for a good Flowerbomb dupe then you’ve come to the right place.

Below is a very long list of Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb dupes, many of which are a fraction of the price of the real thing.

Scroll down to the see the list of dupes and find yourself a more affordable scent.

What does Flowerbomb smell like?

Flowerbomb, as the name suggests, is a floral perfume but it also has a sweet vanilla and patchouli emphasis.

The opening notes of the original Flowerbomb are bergamot, tea and osmanthus.

The middle notes are rose, freesia, orange blossom, jasmine and orchid.

The base notes are vanilla, musk and patchouli.

All combined, Flowerbomb’s smell is a very feminine scent deepened with spicy patchouli and a solid amount of vanilla.

original Flowerbomb

Why is Flowerbomb so popular?

Despite the floral explosion and the sweetness of the vanilla, Flowerbomb also manages to be sultry at the same time.

It’s this combination that makes it the favorite perfume of so many people all over the world.

The Flowerbomb bottle is also a very beautiful design and looks gorgeous on anyone’s vanity.

The Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb dupe list

Below is an extensive list of Flowerbomb dupes.

These are fragrances which are either an exact dupe of Flowerbomb or an incredibly similar scent that could be mistaken for Flowerbomb.

Despite many of these dupes being very affordable fragrances, there are also some celebrity fragrances and other designer fragrances on the list.

This is to ensure that the dupes list is as comprehensive as possible.

It also means you can check to see if you have any of these already in your perfume collection, in which case you might decide you don’t need Flowerbomb itself after all.

For quick reference, when it comes to designer counterparts, many people swear that Lancôme La Vie Est Belle smells just like Flowerbomb.

Katy Perry’s Killer Queen is also a very good dupe as is Hanae Mori Hanae eau de parfum spray

flower bomb dupe from Hanae Mori

For bargain hunters, the closest Flowerbomb dupes from the list below are Zara Black Peony (sadly discontinued but if you already have it then you’re in luck), Linn Young Updo Chic, Aldi’s Lacura Floral Love and Suddenly Aura En Rose by Lidl.

Linn Young Updo Chic perfume

Image credit: Linn Young

If you are in the UK you can also try Dusk from New Look, Fleur Bloom at Poundland or Milan from River Island as well as Milton Lloyd Summertime

Flowerbomb dupe from River Island

Image credit: River Island

Dossier, the famous perfume dupe company, also make a great Flowerbomb dupe with their Gourmand White Flowers fragrance (see the full list of perfume dupes Dossier makes here).

If you are searching for a perfume oil which smells like Flowerbomb then check out Basking In Honey Impression of Flowerbomb.

Here is the complete list of Flowerbomb dupes and where to find them:

Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb dupes list

Dossier Gourmand White Flowers (available here)

Lancôme La Vie Est Belle (available here)

Hanae Mori Hanae Eau De Parfum (available here)

Zara Black Peony (currently discontinued)

Katy Perry Killer Queen EDP (available here)

One Direction Between Us EDP (available here)

Montale Vanilla Extasy (available here)

Korres Vanilla Freesia Lychee (available here)

Banana Republic Rosewood (available here)

Bath & Body Works Sensual Amber Fine Fragrance Mist (available here)

Basking In Honey Impression of Flower Bomb Perfume Oil (available here)

Match Fragrances Inspired by Flowerbomb Perfume Spray (available here)

Amour Scents Flowerblitz (available here)

New Look Dusk (available in New Look stores)

Primark Love & Kisses (available in Primark stores)

The Essence Vault 14 Inspired By Flowerbomb (available here)

Linn Young Updo Chic (available here)

Lidl Suddenly Aura En Rose (possibly available in Lidl stores)

River Island Milan (available here)

Federico Mahora FM Number 20 (available here)

Jade Goody Shh (available here)

Milton Lloyd Summertime (available here)

DB Designer Brands Bombshell (available here)

Dollar Tree Blossom Blast (available in Dollar Tree stores)

Poundland Fleur Bloom (available in Poundland stores)

Jeanne Arthes Love Generation Leopard (available here)

Eden Perfumes No.460 Bomb Flowers (available here)

Aldi Lacura Floral Love (possibly available in Aldi stores)

Perfect Scents Inspired By Viktor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb (available here)

Viktor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb is one of the world’s most loved fragrances and it’s easy to see why.

At first sniff it’s a pretty floral scent which deepens out to something much more complex and sultry.

It is of course a very good quality fragrance with some luxurious ingredients and beautiful packaging.

You only need a couple of sprays to smell wonderful all day long.

However since it’s an expensive fragrance a good alternative can be found in the list above.

If you already have Flowerbomb you could even keep that to use on special occasions only and buy one of the cheaper option dupes to use on a daily basis.

This way you can make your designer fragrance last longer while still enjoying the Flowerbomb scent.

If copies of perfumes are your thing, check out the posts below for more affordable perfumes that dupe designer fragrances at a much lower price:

Zara perfume dupes

Aldi perfume dupes

Lidl perfume dupes

Primark perfume dupes

La Vie Est Belle dupes

Plus the complete round up of all perfume dupes covered on this site.



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