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10 Popular Perfumes From The 2000s

Get ready for major throwbacks.

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These popular perfumes from the 2000s will take you back to your homecoming dance.

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One whiff of Clinique's Happy will give you all of the 2000s feels. The bright, fruity scent, which has notes of bergamot and grapefruit, was all the rage in the early aughts.

$73
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Britney's first perfume was a bestseller in 2004, and chances are you were spritzing it all over your neck and wrists before class with your high school crush.

$21.86
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Everyone just had to have Viktor&Rolf's Flowerbomb. It's an intoxicating blend of both sweet and spicy notes — like jasmine, rose, and patchouli — that smell like the year 2005.

$85
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Remember this iconic purple heart fragrance bottle? Vera Wang's Princess perfume was a must-have in the 2000s for its vanilla and amber scent. Plus, the packaging matched the lavender-painted walls of your bedroom (obviously).

$25.98
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Just looking at the Hanae Mori perfume box will take you straight back to the days of heavy eyeliner and butterfly hair clips. The scent has notes of sandalwood, patchouli, and... 2000s vibes.

$31.80
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Just like all celebrities seem to have makeup or skin care brands now, they seemed to have their own fragrances in the 2000s. Queen Bey's Heat — a peach, neroli, and magnolia blend — is just one example of many.

$15.86
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Marc Jacobs' Daisy perfume was a must-have in the 2000s. A spritz of the floral scent immediately conjures up images of Juicy Tube lip gloss and Von Dutch hats.

$46.99
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High schoolers during the 2000s had to have D&G's Light Blue fragrance — an uplifting floral scent that also brings on major feelings of nostalgia.

$58
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Sure, Paris Hilton has a whole fragrance empire now (she has 25!!), but her original launched in 2004. And what epitomizes '00s style more than a Hilton namesake perfume?

$22.99
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If you don't recognize this apple-shaped perfume bottle, did you even grow up in the 2000s? The fruit-based fragrance decked the beauty cabinets of practically everyone who wore low-rise jeans and platform flip flops.

$56
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