I love my perfumes, I really do (well, who would want to be a stinky poo anyways?!) – as you can tell by my perfume collection, it’s not too big but it’s got some very specific unique gems in it (or at least that’s what I like to think, ha!). The other day in Boots I realized that I tend to go for pinkish/light shades of bottles – maybe because they tend to have similar ingredients? So I thought I might have a look into the similarities of all the pretty pink & purple bottles.
♡ Vera Wang | Lovestruck: This perfume has apparently been inspired by the story of Romeo & Julie (awwwh!). The main notes being guava, lotus and musk. I remember when it launched in 2011 – the bottle is too hard to ignore! One of the cutest perfumes out there, I say!
♡ Armand Basi | Lovely Blossom: This women’s perfume has been created by a French designer Francis Kurkdjian, and in all honesty I would not be surprised if you haven’t heard of it before. But because you probably know how much I love Elie Saab, you won’t be surprised when I tell you that Francis Kurkdjian was part of the team who worked with Elie Saab on La Parfum. Bang! Yes! Jasmin & apricot – can’t go wrong.
♡ Escada | Elixir: One of my first perfumes was Escada – all Escada perfumes smell really sweet, I’d say very young and cheerful, but not offensive like some other sweet perfumes. The main note is rose – do I need to say more?
♡ Vera Wang | Pink Princess: You are probably getting the gist now – yeah, I am a Vera Wang girl (and yes, I would love to wear her dress for my wedding – PR hint, anyone?). A perfume that smells like raspberries and marshmallows? What??! *dribbles*
♡ Vera Wang | Be Jeweled: Seriously, if someone told me that there is a perfume with main notes of red currant, pomegranate & champagne, I’d laugh at them. Wrong. This. Is. It.
♡ Vera Wang | Princess: I’ve wanted this perfume for so so long. I mean, how sexy it is to smell like a vanilla and chocolate ice cream? Flippin’ haaawwwt!
♡ Vera Wang | Lovestruck Floral Rush: Very similar to the original Lovestruck (with a little cuter bottle – how is that even possible, I don’t know), but a little bit more bubbly and less musky.
♡ Lolita Lempicka | Lolita: Lolita Lempicka perfumes are absolutely stunning, bottle-wise & scent-wise. I think I even reviewed one of her perfumes before. Each of them is totally different (which does not happen very often with perfume collections), this particular one is very spicy – anise & licorice, nom nom nom.
♡ Katy Perry | Purr: Well that would be just awkward if I didn’t include this one, wouldn’t it. I love Katy Perry (yeah, I said it) and I can’t not love perfumes that look like kittens, doh! Katy Perry perfumes are not particularly high-end, but they do smell really nice, very sweet and sort of Katy-Perry-over-the-top-sugary.
♡ Stella McCartney | Stella: My newly discovered love for Stella, aaah. Rose scents will never get old, they are so classy and feminine. Well done, Mrs McCartney. Well done.