These Tom Ford Lost Cherry Dupes Smell Almost Exactly Like The Real Thing – And Start At Just £15

Get your favourite scent without spending a fortune.

by Emma Richardson |
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If you've ever smelled Tom Ford's Lost Cherry, £180, you'll immediately understand the fuss. Its deep, captivating aroma expertly combines top notes of sour cherry, heart notes of rose and jasmine, and base notes of sandalwood and tonka bean, resulting in a femme-fatale type cherry scent that's sweet - but with a slight edge.

Every fragrance lover's dream, Tom Ford Lost Cherry is a deep, sweet scent that's simply intoxicating.

In fact, it's such a popular perfume right now, that you may be wondering what the catch is. Well, like with most designer perfumes, the price-point can make even the most devoted perfume aficionado shy away from making a purchase. At £180 for just 30ml, you'll have to do more than skip your daily oat latte to justify this one. Luckily, the internet is in no shortage of cherry-scented perfumes that look and smell almost exactly like the real thing - but at a much more feasible price-point.

From brands such as YSL and Carolina Herrera, to budget-friendly favourites like Victoria's Secret, there's a Lost Cherry Dupe fit for every fragrance-addict, and at every budget. Starting from just £15, you won't need to call your accountant for this one.

SHOP: Tom Ford Lost Cherry Dupes

This floral amber scented perfume complete with cherry notes is the perfect go-to for a subtle cherry scent that still has all the allure of Lost Cherry.

Excellent crafters when it comes to scent, we suspected L'Occitane would jump on the cherry fragrance bandwagon. The brand's best selling Cherry Blossom moisturiser and body wash come in the form of an Eau de Toilette, perfect if you are looking for a subtle cherry and delicately floral scent.

YSL's latest Black Opium Over Red is a great evening scent with top notes of cherry, heart notes of jasmine flower, and base notes of black coffee. It's the ultimate Tom Ford Lost Cherry alternative and you can read our review on why it is worth the purchase over here.

London's very own Urban Apothecary has came a long way from just making candles, and we absolutely love its perfumes, too. The brand's Cherry Blossom Eau de Parfum is a great option if you're looking for a cheaper alternative to Tom Ford's.

Carolina Herrera's Very Good Girl Glam is another uncanny substitute for Lost Cherry, with notes of rose water, vanilla bourbon and cherry top notes.

Though fragrance body mists rarely pack much of a punch, Victoria's Secret knows how to make one with power and longevity for just £15. Much like Lost Cherry, Bombshell Intense contains notes of lush cherry and sultry vanilla, resulting in an aroma that would have you fooled it's the real thing.

Emma Richardson is a Beauty & Fashion Products Writer for Grazia. She covers shopping, lifestyle, celebs and anything trending.

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