M&S shoppers rush to buy iconic perfume dupes for just £10 instead of over £100 – and they’re perfect for Mother’s Day

M&S shoppers have been rushing to buy bargain dupes of iconic designer perfumes for just £10.

The posh-shop is selling the scents for £90 less than the real deal and they’re perfect for mums this Mother’s Day.

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Excited shoppers have been raving about the scents on social media about a store in Aintree shared the huge selection.

In a TikTok video, the M&S staff showed off the range, each priced at just £9.50 and with 100ml.

There are nine perfumes shown in the video, each accompanied by the designer scent they’re dupes of.

First up is the Soft Iris Eau de Toilette 100ml, which is said to smell like Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel and retails at £126 on the Chanel website.

Next is the Midnight Blossom, also 100ml, which is a well known dupe of YSL’s hugely popular Black Opium fragrance – you’ll find it for £125 on the YSL site for just 90ml.

One fan commented: “Midnight blossom is my favourite!”

This was followed by the Velvet Rose bottle which M&S says is a cheaper version of the iconic Chanel No.5 that costs £126 from the brand.

Next, viewers were shown the Fresh Mandarin Eau De Toilette 100ml and told that it’s a dupe for the Good Girl by Carolina Herrera – which retails at £105 for 80ml.

M&S’s White Coconut is clearly a fan favourite, with one commenter posting: “The white coconut is so nice and such a good price! I always get lots of compliments when wearing it.”

It is said to be a dupe of the Estee Lauder’s Bronze Goddess fragrance which is sold at £85 for 100ml on the official site.

The Black Pepper scent is shown next, and is described as a cheaper dupe of Adventure by Davidoff – you can get this for £27 currently at Boots but it usually costs £54.

A lover of the scent commented: “I have the black pepper it’s fab will be getting more.”

Fans of Paco Rabanne’s Lady Million will be thrilled to know that M&S has a dupe of the popular perfume called Warm Neroli.

It usually costs £98 on the official designer website for 80ml, so this is a huge saving.

Similarly, M&S‘s Spiced Amber is shown next as a dupe of Paco Rabanne’s One Million – which is sold at £81 for 100ml.

Finally, Spiced Bergamot is up next as a similar scent to One by Calvin Klein, sold at Superdug for £48.

Of course it’s important to note that each of M&S’s fragrances are eau de toilettes and not eau de parfum, which the designer scents are.

This might mean that the scents don’t last as long or aren’t as strong, so bear this is mind before you opt for a dupe.

Also, retailers like Boots, The Perfume Shop and Superdrug do regularly discount their designer smells so it’s always worth having a look before you buy.

Looking on social media and at our previous stories might also give you some ideas for even cheaper dupes for the pricey scents.

For example, Superdrug is selling its own version body spray version of Black Opium perfume for just £4.

Both Aldi and clothing retailer Zara are often praised for their bargain dupes of the expensive fragrances.

Aldi’s a dupe of the popular Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille Eau De Parfum costs a whopping £205 less.

You can use tools like Google shopping to compare prices, simply search the product you want.

Meanwhile, shoppers have been rushing to buy a popular designer perfume reduced to just £20 at Boots.

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