Chloe Eau De Parfum – If I could only pick one fragrance to wear for the rest of my life this would be it. There’s just something irresistible about Chloe – The best way to describe the scent is a feminine powdery rose with a hint of Lychee and honey that is perfect for night-time occasions and cooler months. Not to mention the lasting power is amazing – I’ve often smelt the scent lingering on my clothes even after they’ve been through the washing machine. A must have for every perfume collection.
Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Eau De Parfum – Another rose infused scent, it was love at first sniff. Coco Mademoiselle is a very rich and luxurious perfume and one that I keep for special occasions. When wearing this I feel polished and feminine, not too mature yet not too girly (and it never fails to attract some compliments).
Escentric Molecules Molecule 02 – This is a very fragile, non-obtrusive scent – I like to think of it as a hide and go seek scent – one moment you can smell something, then the next its gone but the person next to you can smell it – some people never smell it, some are crazy about it. I find it so fascinating and addictive, and the way it adapts differently to each persons natural scent is amazing!
Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh – During the warmer months I like to wear a scent that is light and fresh, but for a long time I struggled to find one that didn’t smell like bubblegum, cotton candy and rainbows – until I came across Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh. It is soft and refreshing with a fruity floral twist, and although it doesn’t seem to last all that long on the skin, it gives me the perfect whimsical spritz of sunshine in a bottle – and speaking of that bottle, well, it’s enough reason to buy the perfume – scent aside.
Yves Saint Laurent Elle – This is one of my oldest perfumes but unlike many others that have come and gone, Elle has always remained one of my favourite scents. While growing up, I had a huge crush on Yves Saint Laurent Cinema but since it is marketed as a more ‘mature’ scent I thought it probably wasn’t quite right for me at that age (I’m talking 15), especially since all the other girls around me were wearing perfumes by Britney Spears and JLo. But then *dramatic pause.. Elle was born, a scent with similar notes to Cinema, yet it had a youthful whisper – lets call it Cinema’s younger sister – and so began our love affair.