The Zara perfumes made by Jo Malone
Hold the phone… Did you know that perfumes by Jo Malone are being sold in Zara for just a fraction of their usual price?
It’s no secret that Jo Malone CBE’s perfumes are some of the most popular in the fragrances game, from full-bodied florals like ‘Peony & Blush Suede’ to zesty citrus scents like ‘Lime Basil & Mandarin’.
Between her two fragrance brands Jo Malone London – now owned by Esteé Lauder – and Jo Loves, prices for the perfumes can range from £75 to £220.
But what if we told you that you could pick up an original Jo Malone perfume for just £20 on the high street?
Yes, since 2019, Jo has been partnered up with Zara to produce some absolutely stunning fragrances.
It all started with the Zara Emotions range, consisting of perfumes, candles, and body products, followed by the Zara Rain collection, inspired by the beauty of raindrops.
Then, last year, Jo followed up with the Vibrant Cities range – each fragrance inspired by a different city.
While ‘Fashionably London’ has scents of bergamont, rose, and musk, ‘Energetically New York’ offers notes of cardamom, jasmine, and sandalwood.
Other scents include ‘Creatively Shanghai’, ‘Stunningly Venice’, ‘Magnificently Dubai’, ‘Elegantly Tokyo’, ‘Gracefully Madrid’, and ‘Bodily Seoul.’
As we could only expect from a Jo Malone original fragrance, the packaging is just as chic, simple, and elegant.
And the best part? You can pick up these seductive scents for just £15.99. Talk about a major discount!
Now we can smell like walking Jo Malone advertisements at a totally affordable price.
If you didn’t know about this yet, you’re welcome. If you did, why did you tell us about this sooner!?
If you’re looking for even more Zara-related discounts, it was just last month when Martin Lewis gave us a genius money-saving tip for when you’re shopping in the high street store.
The MoneySavingExpert founder alerted Brits that they should leave some room in their suitcases next time they go on holidays and stack up on the Zara products abroad.
According to Lewis’ research, the Spanish fashion brand sells its products for a much cheaper price in Spain compared to the UK.
“The price difference is enormous,” he wrote in a blog post. “The pound price is often higher than the euro price before you even convert the currency (which further cheapens the euro price).”
So, if you’ve spotted a piece you love in Zara and you’re planning to soak up the last of the summer sun any time soon, Martin Lewis insists on waiting until you get to Spain to go on your shopping spree!