We fell in love with them on the page but which scents would literature's great heroines have adored? Stylist muses...
Spicy oriental florals would make men fall at Madame Bovary's feet.
A blackcurrant heart echoing purple moors - perfect for the tragic heroine of Wuthering Heights.
A dark heart of white violets for Great Expectations' scorned victim of love.
Soft and feminine but with hidden lavender strength. No wonder Romeo fell for her.
Hyacinth, orangeflower and rose tinge romance with fickle curiosity for Austen's heroine.
Lusty scents of lingerie, linen and violet shout of "Take me!" - and lovers must do as Lady Chatterley desires.
A ladylike floral with a unique twist - what else would she wear to have Breakfast at Tiffany's?
Beguiling rose and a sexy, animalistic heart of spicy leather for seducing Vanity Fair's upper class gentleman.
Fresh and fruity notes of pineapple, mandarin and papaya scent the 90s backdrop of One Day.
Unique and ambiguous with masculine notes of wood, incense and lime for Steig Larsson's kick-ass heroine.
Vanilla, candy floss, caramel and jasmine blossom further sweeten an eternally optimistic outlook.
A complex white floral bouquet centred around the Madonna Lily for the introspective Mrs Dalloway.
Vibrant with a decadent edge and in a beautiful Art-Deco-inspired flacon - just the ticket for Gatsby's glittering parties.
Soft, oriental, voluptuous and speaking of carnal pleasures beneath rumpled Egyptian cotton sheets.
Sensual and feminine jasmine, peach and bergamot hidden beneath a cloak of mysterious exotic spices.