Apart from well-made clothing and a confident attitude, a whiff of sophistication can land you on Forbes' Richest Top 100. Okay, not really, but there is such a thing as "amoy mayaman." Here, we share foolproof tips to train your nose into loving refined scents.

Stick with the classics.
You can never go wrong with a classic scent that people have trusted for a long time. This iconic perfume has the perfect balance of florals and warm bourbon vanilla—truly exquisite.

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Chanel No. 5 Parfum
Chanel is available at Rustan’s branches.

Go for clean scents.
Candy-like scents can sometimes come off as tacky and juvenile. Smell like a sophisticated lady by spritzing on a fragrance with clean and crisp notes of citrus and greens.

Jo Malone Earl Grey and Cucumber Cologne, P6,980/100ml; P 3,490/30ml
Jo Malone is available at Greenbelt 5.

Research the products you're buying.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to smell like a millionaire. There are products in the department store that offer notes of luxury such as this body wash with a scent that's created by makers of designer fragrances.

Lux Body Wash in Magical Spell
Lux is available at department stores.

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