Happy National Fragrance Day 2018

Happy National Fragrance Day, celebrate today with these 5 fresh scents for Spring! One of my favorite ways to treat myself is with a new perfume. Whether it be floral, fruity or strong and bold, there is a signature scent for everyone. Keep scrolling to read my carefully curated list of the top 5 scents of the season. Xo.


::: Zoella // Sweet Inspirations ::: Chic & Youthful. Inspired by the sweet scent of french macarons. This fragrance features sweet scents of honey, almond, vanilla, cocoa and macarons. It’s sweet, super casual and will have you craving dessert!

::: Tiffany & Co // Tiffany Eau de Parfum ::: Sophisticated & elegant. A modern scent with top notes of vert de mandarine and iris flower at the heart. It’s a really feminine scent that leaves behind sensual notes of warm patchouli & gentle musky notes. Tiffany & Co is known for being luxurious and glamorous and this scent is no exception.

::: Marc Jacobs // Daisy Eau So Fresh Twinkle ::: Juicy & delicate. Top notes of raspberries, blended with violet and roses and base notes of blackcurrant creme de cassis. The sweet and delicate scent of violet is predominant and lingers for hours leaving a sensual finish.

::: Cartier // La Panthère Eau de Parfum Légère ::: Classic & bold. Dedicated to the free and passionate women, this fragrance has floral notes of gardenia and tiare flower followed by tones of musk. It comes off a bit strong upon application but unfolds in waves to a classy, fresh and distinct scent.

::: Chloe // Nomade ::: Free-spirted & confident. An earthy blend of oak moss, fresh freesia and plum. I’ve tried several other perfumes from Chloe and must say that this scent is unexpected from what I’ve seen, elegant and a personal favorite. It was inspired by freedom, surprises and empowerment.


FYI ** As always, my reviews are not paid and are based on my own opinion, personal use and results.

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