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PRADA Women's Eau de Parfum

The iconic Prada brand was founded by brothers Mario and Martino in the city of Milan in Italy. Established in 1913, Prada was originally a shop that specialised in leather goods, and their in-house pieces made Prada a resounding success. By 1984 Prada also designed and sold shoes, and by 1988 the first line of womenswear was introduced. Prada began their perfume range in 2003, focusing on quality scents that are very popular in the fragrance market.

Prada women's eau de parfum is different from eau de toilette and perfume. Perfume is the most concentrated option and is usually the most expensive option. It isn't sold as a spray because the scent is too strong and the consistency is slightly thick and has an oily feel.

Eau de parfum uses perfume essence, but alcohol and water are added to make the smell lighter and easier to spray. Eau de toilette the lightest of the three options and is usually cheaper as you need to spray it more liberally to get a stronger scent.

Prada has many fragrance choices, from Amber, Candy, Extreme, Femme and Infusion D'iris.

Prada Amber is a warm and spicy scent which includes bitter orange, bergamot, sandalwood and vanilla notes.

Prada Candy has musky and caramel scent that is often described as soft and powdery.

Infusion D'iris is a very light scent with notes of orange blossom, iris and vetiver. It is a very fresh scent that is often described as niche, unique and elegant.

If you need help deciding on your perfect Prada perfume, many come in small sample sizes, perfect for trying a range of scents out. Once you have selected your favourite scent, Prada offers a variety of fragrance volumes from 30ml, 50ml and some offer large quantities which are over 150ml.

If you are purchasing Prada women's eau de parfum as a gift, there are many gift sets available for each fragrance name that feature additional products such as body lotions.

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