Juicy Couture is a brand that was founded by Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy in 1997 in California. This company was initially created to sell maternity pants but started producing velour tracksuits that became extremely popular among certain celebrities. This brand was eventually purchased by Liz Claiborne, who decided to release a line of perfumes. Now, the line has almost 40 perfumes to its name and is considered an established perfume.
Although many of the perfumes produced by this company are great, not all of them are scents that people would embrace. That’s why we’ve decided to go out and find out which of their perfumes are really the best. And what we’ve discovered is that the following fragrances are the best Juicy Couture perfumes currently available out of their massive line of scents.
Best Juicy Couture Perfumes
10Oui Juicy Couture For Women
Since this perfume was released in 2018, it’s one of the newer Juicy Couture perfumes currently available. It’s also the best one available, at least in our opinion. This scent has a combination of fruity and floral notes that flow extremely well together and its all supported by a framework of earthy and fragrant scents. Its peak contains notes of pear mixed with watermelon, and acai berries mixed with green tea. It’s heart notes consist of ephemeral scents that include tuberose, honeysuckle, and jasmine. And it’s base supports all of it with notes of amber, musk, and woodsy notes. This perfume’s scent profile may be very soft, but it is extremely beautiful.
9Juicy Couture Malibu For Women
As you would expect from its name, Malibu is a scent that is designed to be a fragrant embodiment of Californian fun in the sun. It has a flacon that as original as the fragrance contained within it, and its unapologetic about its delivery. At its top is an expanse of fragrances that are almost too numerous to list. There are notes of passion fruit and Mandarin orange, watermelon and green apple, green leaves and black currant. This perfume also has heart notes which contain several bouquets of floral scents including wild rose and tuberose, and when it eventually settles into its base notes, they smell like musk and sweet Pacific woods.
8Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy
It would appear from the name that this perfume considers itself to be especially juicy. However, what we discovered is that it was more of an insightful blend of floral and fruity notes. At its tip-top, this perfume has wonderful notes of wild berries that tinged with the citrusy smell of Mandarin orange. It’s heart notes contain a floral bouquet of scents which include jasmine, gardenia, and honeysuckle. At its base are sweet scents which include caramel, amber, vanilla, and sandalwood. This is a scent profile that blends well together, has a moderate sillage and really smells great.
7Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy La Fleur
Originally launched in 2012, Viva La Juicy La Fleur is a perfume that’s supposed to have a youthful and enchanting scent profile, and indeed it does. This fragrance has well-balanced layers and has a soft, fragrant sillage that seems to last just long enough to be effective. Although this perfume won’t win any awards for its longevity, what it lacks in endurance it makes up for in style. This perfume has soft top notes that include water lily and wild berries mixed with just a touch of Mandarin orange. Its hearts notes consist of jasmine, gardenia, and honeysuckle, while it’s base note consist of sandalwood, caramel, and vanilla.
6Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy Noir
At first glance, this perfume’s metallic pink flacon might seem like it may be home to a bright and warm scent, but its singular black bow reveals darker intentions. Originally released in the summer of 2013, this perfume is designed to explore a more seductive side of femininity than most of the other Juicy Couture perfumes that had been released before it. Fruity notes of wild berries and Mandarin oranger pervade its top layer, while the floral notes of gardenia, jasmine, and honeysuckle hide in its heart. And this fruity floral blend is propped up by a base that includes the more seductive notes of caramel, amber, and vanilla.
5Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy Gold
Viva La Juicy Gold Couture is a perfume that was originally released in 2014, and it has been fairly popular. It was created by perfumer Honoric Blanc, and its scent is a complex array of floral and fruit notes. It has a good amount of sillage and moderate longevity, so it’s capable of accompanying a person through their day without being too overpowering. This perfume’s top notes consist of a blend of wild berries, it’s heart or middle notes consist of a combination of jasmine and honeysuckle, and its base layer is filled with notes of sandalwood, vanilla, and caramel. It’s warm, sweet, and slightly inviting.
4Couture Couture by Juicy Couture for Women
This perfume’s name may be redundant, but its fragrance profile is a cacophony of beautiful fruit and floral notes. At its peak, this perfume contains traces of grapefruit, African orange flower, and Mandarin orange. At its bottom, it contains notes of sandalwood, amber, and sweet vanilla. What’s really interesting about this perfume, however, are neither of its top or bottom notes. Its heart notes are the ones that make this perfume resonate with most people. That’s because its sweet heart has just a touch of honeysuckle, plum, and jasmine. Just enough to capture a person’s nose and enchant them completely.
3Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy Rose
Packaged in a glittery pink bottle with a simple pink bow on it, this perfume looks like it’s ready to make a statement. Released initially in 2008, this perfume has been around long enough to really catch some women’s attention. Inside of its bottle, this perfume is ready to wage war against what people think of Juicy Couture fragrances. It has pear, Mandarin orange, and jasmine top notes and it has middle notes of peony and rose. At its very base is the understated fresh scents of orris. Although it’s not a scent everyone will love, it’s certainly found its fair share of die-hard believers.
2I Am Juicy Couture Perfume
Even though we really can’t give it high marks for its uninspired name, we can give it a lot of credit for its fragrance profile. That’s because this scent doesn’t smell like anything else we’ve ever smelled. This perfume was developed with perfumer Dora Baghriche and is supposed to be a perfume targeted towards millennials. Passion fruit and raspberry make up its top notes, and cashmere and musk make up its bottom notes. Although those scents may seem routine, pairing them with the heart notes of gardenia, rose and sweet pea is what allows this perfume to mature into a scent that’s ideal for confident young women.
1Juicy Couture Viva La Juicy Sucré
Launched in 2016, this Juicy Couture perfume has a fruity and floral scent profile that people either hate or love. Contained within a cute little bottle with a pink polka dots, this fragrance may look like a pre-teen perfume but it does have a surprisingly mature collection of fragrance notes. At its peak, this perfume contains interesting notes of gardenia, Mandarin orange, and red currants. Its middle notes are filled with a combination of floral scents including both jasmine and orange blossoms, but it also contains a touch of peach as well. Wrapping up this scent and bring it all together is its base, which contains notes of cacao, vanilla, and whipped cream.