When it comes to choosing a gift, there truly are a wide variety of options available. However, nothing is more romantic or personal than an affordable fragrance from a popular, well-known brand. With such a huge variety to choose from, there is a fragrance for every personality and taste.
Perfumes are not only great for birthdays; they can be given as anniversary gifts, farewell presents and thank you gestures. They can also be used as part of a gift hamper, which you can fill with other beautiful goods and presents. Your options are endless when it comes to using perfume products as gifts.
If you buy from the Fragrance Boutique you can benefit from a variety of choices, while paying affordable prices. Our affordable fragrances are similar to well-known brands, but without the packaging, making them more affordable and allowing anyone to wear their favourite scent without spending a lot of money.
The History of Perfumes
The French perfume industry started in the 16th century in Grasse, in the south of France. This area was ideal because of its sunshine and micro-climate that facilitated the growth of the most delicate flowers. Grasse is currently at the centre of the French perfume industry and produces more than two thirds of France’s natural aromas. Naturally, this is the perfect place to source fragrances from.
A fragrance is the perfect birthday gift for anyone, and with so many different scents to choose from, it makes for a very romantic anniversary gift as well. A very popular idea is to purchase a gift certificate, which allows someone to choose his or her own fragrance of choice. Individuals can then choose from fragrances that are similar to popular brands such as Aramis, Boss, Dolce & Gabanna, and Gucci.
The Fragrance Boutique specialises in affordable fragrances in South Africa. Established in 1999, the Fragrance Boutique opened its first store in the Tygervalley Centre and has seen tremendous growth ever since. The company firmly believes that the key to success is to value customer and staff opinions; they envision their expansion to more than 40 stores in South Africa this year.