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5 Fragrances You Were Obsessed With In The 80s And 90s That Are Actually Still Available

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There a few fragrances that bring you right back to your childhood in the 80s and 90s. Whether they were scents you wanted to wear, or what your mom had on, the memories seem to come flooding back as soon as it hits your nose.

Have you ever looked back on those fragrances from the 80s and 90s and wished you could buy them again? Well, a lot of them are actually still available! Here are the 5 best scents of the 80s and 90s that you can still buy today.

1. Chanel Coco - $100

There was no fragrance more elegant than Coco in the eighties. It smelled like vanilla, sandalwood, and shoulder pads. You can almost hear the jingle of the many bangles that were worn with this, and of course you can't forget the velvet dresses.

2. Elizabeth Arden Sunflowers - $20

With light and airy notes of lemon, peach, and the girl next door, Elixabeth Arden's Sunflowers perfume was the dream scent of all the girls who still managed to look cool while wearing overalls.

3. Estée Lauder Private Collection - $50

Nothing felt more exclusive than the "Private Collection" of Estée Lauder. This perfume originated in the 70s but became popular in the 80s. It smells warm and inviting, with a wood base that will make you feel like you are at a really fun dinner party with new friends.

Those aren't the only scents you can still get from your childhood...

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