Flowerbomb by Viktor & Rolf
This hit the market like a literal bomb in 2005. It single-handedly kicked to the boring curb whatever was left of 90s minimalist trends and chose chaos. By chaos I mean a warm floral, but still somewhat controversial for a time of relatively shampoo-y florals. This is also the fragrance that literally every bitch wore during that sacred transition from high school to college in the early aughts. Her ringtone was My Humps and she was ready to hump.
After poking every crush on facebook attending the same rager, she armed herself with her own pink leopard beer bong and a pageboy hat. Passion and the smell of Sparks filled the late summer air. Tom Cruise had just jumped for joy on Oprah’s couch, and she was going to do the same thing that night with another secret weapon, AKA Flowerbomb. Standard procedure for this fragrance was 10 spritzes to completely gas out a frat party, and that was her primary objective. She owned the night.
Fiery but understated notes include jasmine, rose, freesia, and orchid, along with musk and vanilla accord. In real life you will smell like high tea served with a fun dip stick.