Bulgari Omnia India Garnet ($65, sephora.com) is probably the closest thing to Jaipur in a bottle, blending Indian tuberose and osmanthus with crisp mandarin and spicy saffron.
Rodin Bis ($290, oliolusso .com) is the second fragrance from the cult beauty maven Linda Rodin. The bergamot, rose, and jasmine combo pays homage to her mom.
Cartier La Panthère ($103, cartier.us) is intensely sultry, with gardenia as the dominant note and hints of mossy chypre and sexy musk.
Jour d’Hermès Absolu ($153, usa.hermes.com): Hermès perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena added rose and amber to the original Jour d’Hermès, lending warmth and sensuality to the classic white floral.
Givenchy L’Atelier Néroli Originel ($220, saks.com): Each of the seven fragrances in this collection was created with a Givenchy look in mind. A 2006 Audrey Hepburn–worthy taffeta gown inspired this elegant orange blossom and iris scent.
Carven L’Eau de Toilette ($105, saks.com), a very ladylike mix of sweet pea, peony, and freesia, is so chic and crisp I instantly feel more pulled together after I spray it on.
Bonbon by Viktor & Rolf ($115, saks.com) sounds (and smells) almost edible, with jasmine and orange blossom nearly upstaged by creamy caramel.
Bottega Veneta Essence Aromatique ($180, nordstrom.com) tempers the sweetness of rose with herbal coriander, citrusy bergamot, and warm sandalwood.
Yves Saint Laurent Supreme Bouquet ($250, saks.com) is just the floral explosion its name suggests: tuberose, ylang-ylang, and jasmine cut with a bit of pink peppercorn.
Dior Diorissimo Extrait de Parfum ($175, dior.com) is among my all-time favorites, and—though it’s been around since 1956—it now comes in a superintense formulation. I’m saving it for black-tie events.
Byredo Flowerhead ($145, byredo.com): Ben Gorham imagined an Indian wedding ceremony when creating this jasmine, tuberose, and rose confection.
Lancôme Paris L’Autre Oud ($175, lancome.com) is the least typically feminine of the bunch, with the dominant smoky wood note softened by a dash of rose absolute.