Established in 1994, The Fragrance Shop is the UK’s largest independent fragrance retailer. With over 175 stores nationwide showcasing over 130 sought-after fragrance brands, including Hugo Boss, Armani and Yves Saint Laurent to Calvin Klein and Paco Rabanne, you’re sure to find the perfect gift for that special someone or as a treat just for you.
The Fragrance Shop prides itself on delivering outstanding customer service and is a Feefo Gold Trusted Merchant for the second year running. The friendly team at X-STORE are always on hand with their fragrance expertise to help make finding the perfect fragrance a hassle free, enjoyable experience.
|Store Opening Times|
|Monday to Friday||9:00am to 5:30pm|
|Saturday||9:00am to 5:30pm|
|Sunday||11:00am to 4:00pm|
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