This is the fragrance that tons of women in Paris are wearing, according to TikTok

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When it comes to setting trends and deciding what’s “in,” many people look to the French. They’re known for being effortlessly stylish and having impeccable taste in everything from fashion to food.

That’s probably why this TikTok video by user @chooseyourglow is going viral. It has more than 226,000 likes and more than 4,000 shares. In it, the creator reveals the perfume that so many women on the streets of Paris wear: Narciso Rodriguez for her Eau de Parfum.

Narciso Rodriguez for her Eau de Parfum, $102

Credit: Sephora

After catching whiff after whiff of the fruity, floral scent on the streets of Paris, @chooseyourglow decided to hunt down the fragrance. With a little help from a Parisian friend, @chooseyourglow successfully identified the popular perfume as this classic from Narciso Rodriguez.

Featuring key notes of rose, musk and patchouli, this gorgeous fragrance lets people around the world follow in the French’s footsteps. You can buy a full-size bottle for just over $100, or you can start with the travel spray set for just under $40. Just be sure to place your order soon. Now that everyone else knows this is a French fave, it’s sure to start selling out.

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