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Dossier’s imitation designer-fragrance dossier perfumes for less than $50



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Luxury colognes and fragrances can cost a lot of money. As opposed to the watered-down body mists and canned deodorant sprays of our adolescence, higher-quality components, and more concentrated formulae indeed cost more; nonetheless, most high-end scents include exorbitant markups. You pay for the brand name and the perceived degree of luxury that goes along with it in addition to the high-quality ingredients. Not to mention the glitzy packaging and extensive marketing, which ranged from Times Square billboards to celebrity endorsements. 

Many individuals just cannot or do not choose to spend so much money on dossier perfumes. The dossier, however, is a solution that is making high-end colognes and fragrances accessible to everyone.

About Dossier

The Dossier is a New York-based company that specializes in dossier perfumes affordable replicas of well-known scents. 

Starting Price

All of Dossier perfumes, which start at $19, are vegan, cruelty-free, and made with pure ingredients. Scents from companies like Tom Ford, Dior, Le Labo, Creed, YSL, Versace, MFK, and many more may be found here.

And don’t worry if all you want to do is keep a supply of your favorite designer-inspired smells. They have no plans to leave. The dossier perfumes will always be the just substitute for high-end colognes at its heart. We’re pleased to enter new markets and provide you with even more luxurious yet affordable items!

Here are a few fragrances that cost less than $50.

Woody Sage Eau de Parfum

Jo Malone’s salt-crusted, wind-whipped, and cliffside-inspired fragrance just has this ethereally beautiful quality. Although I don’t often enjoy green or too earthy scents, this one is creamy and heavy enough to truly ground it and transform it into enchantment once it touches your skin. (You can credit ambrette seeds, sage, and sea salt coming together at the shore.) Similar to the original, Dossier’s version includes a clone, a mineral saline harmony, fig tree, grapefruit, marine notes, ambrette, clary sage, and amber wood as well as other vital ingredients. Is it even better, you ask?

Floral Grapefruit Eau de Parfum

Fruity-floral ingenue from Chanel One of the first “big-girl” scents I fell in love with in high school was Chance Eau Tendre. So yes, it is a scent that I hold very close to my heart and that I am still in love with. When I smelled Dossier’s $29 concoction of grapefruit, pear, blackcurrant, hyacinth, jasmine, lilac, orris, musks, and amber wood, it reminded me of Chanel’s combination of grapefruit-quince, white musks, jasmine, citron, and teakwood.

Saffron and Amber Eau de Parfum

The ultra-iconic Baccarat Rouge 540 by MFK has lately caused such a frenzy in the fragrance and cosmetics industries that I wrote a full essay about comparable scents that won’t drain your credit card balance like a supermassive black hole. That Dossier’s amber and saffron-infused version was the best and most affordable knockoff I could find for the authentic $325 item (along with orange flower, jasmine, plum, cedarwood, oakmoss, and fir balsam) certainly shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Don’t wait; due to high demand, it regularly and quickly sells out. 

Woody Chestnut Eau de Parfum

From October through December, I almost exclusively wear my unmatchable forever-favorite Replica perfume, By the Fireplace, which quite literally smells like a crackling fireplace offset by flame-crusted marshmallows and toasty chestnuts. Or rather, I thought it was unmatchable until I tried Dossier’s Woody Chestnut—a dead-ringer scent featuring the same famed trio of notes—clove, chestnut, and vanilla—with just as much cozy appeal minus the $76 investment.

Orchid Spicy Eau de Parfum

Although it could be intimidating to alter one of the most recognizable aromas of all time (and a storied bestseller within the Tom Ford fragrance family), Dossier’s Spicy Orchid is a laudable clone. I can attest to the fact that Dossier’s complex fusion of cinnamon, pink pepper, mandarin, ylang-ylang, orchid, plum, sandalwood, vanilla, incense, and patchouli ensures satisfaction and a happier bank account as someone who has worn the original since I first became obsessed with perfume in high school (fun fact: It’s been available since 2006). Fear not, Dossier’s rendition is just as alluring even if Black Orchid’s iconic infusion of aphrodisiacal black truffle is absent. 

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