Stash by Sarah Jessica Parker: If you can't already tell by the bottle, this scent doesn't cater to just one gender. It combines woody and peppery notes, typical of a cologne, with clean grapefruit and sweet florals for a soft and sexy effect.
Sofia by Sofia Vergara: Fans of Sofia Vergara's namesake perfume swear it smells like a delicious mix of other feminine and fruity designer perfumes—at less than half the price but with twice the staying power.
Kim Kardashian by Kim Kardashian: In a blind smell test, you'd love this fragrance. Put your judgements aside and give this tuberose-heavy scent a sniff. With gardenia and jasmine, it smells as rich and sophisticated as perfumes triple the price.
J by Jennifer Aniston: A salty, beachy, sunny scent that captures exactly as what we imagine Jennifer Aniston smells like (is that weird?).
Curious by Britney Spears: This perfume juggernaut has sold more than 500 million bottles in the decade since its release (and those are old stats). It's not without reason: the fresh, juicy floral scent is fun, youthful, and cheery. It's nearly impossible to dislike it.
Fairy Dust by Paris Hilton: Once you get past the outer packaging and cheesy fairy bottle, you'll find that out of the 20+ Paris Hilton branded scents, this is by far the most sophisticated. It's a strong gardenia and patchouli scent, which never strays too sweet or too sexy thanks to a perfect balance of notes like orange blossom, cashmere, peach nectar, and musk.
Fancy Nights by Jessica Simpson: This darker iteration of Jessica Simpson's massively popular Fancy perfume is a surprise to anyone familiar with the typical mass appeal of celebrity fragrances. It's a bold, in-your-face, amber-fronting scent, with notes of bergamot, patchouli, rose, and night-blooming jasmine. It's blatantly sexy, shockingly spicy, and guaranteed to send dozens of "what are you wearing?" questions your way. It's up to you if you want to tell them its Jessica Simpson.
Incredible Things by Taylor Swift: We're not sure Taylor Swift's Reputation era is going to get a perfume any time soon (and if it did, would you want to wear it?). So we like to fondly look back at the Old Taylor and her Incredible Things scent from just before 1989 hit stores. The creamy, spicy, and floral notes are sexy in the same understated way as a crop top and mini skirt.
Crush by Rihanna: Out of all of Rihanna's scents, this one is the most unusual—in a good way. It's bright and citrusy at first, then a little peppery, then a little fruity (yet sour), before drying down to musky warm base.