Then, the client receives 10 other people’s shirts in the mail.Once the client gets a good whiff of each one, they pick the one that smells the best.

It could be the sweet scent of your next “special someone.” A new dating website called Smell Dating lets users exchange worn t-shirts and choose a match based on the scent from the shirt.

For $25 the daters each receive a clean t-shirt in the mail and are told to wear it for three days.

Smell Dating says clients should avoid wearing deodorant or perfume because those scents mask a person’s natural smell.

After three days of wearing the same t-shirt, clients return the shirt in a pre-paid envelope.

A new dating service is being launched, but members don't use the normal way of choosing their prospective partners.

Instead of picking out pictures they find attractive, or common interests, the new service Smell Dating works on one sense alone.All you do is wear a T-shirt for three days - and nights - without deodorant and then send it back.Your item of clothing is then sniffed by others - and you get some of your own to sniff - before making your mind up on a match.Read more: Dating app promises singles chance to mingle without fat-shaming Billed as "the first mail odour dating service", Smell Dating has been launched in New York as an experiment by Tega Brain, an artist, and Sam Lavigne, an editor and researcher at NYU.“Most normal dating services, you rely on profile pictures, assumptions that come from visual information,” Brain told Reuters.“You either really like the smell of someone or you don’t.