Scents and Sensibility

When you think of iconic fragrances i bet you immediately think of the likes of Chanel number 5, Dior Diorissimo or Jean Paul Gaultier Classique. But the ultimate iconic fragrance is so personal to you and i am keen to share with you some of my favourites.

Whether you are a girl who has one scent that you have used forever or one who simply mixes it up to match your mood, it is so important to find your signature style. But it is important to remember that a fragrance smells different on individuals, so what works for one might not be right for another.

Not only are all mine pink in colour but they all have that similar floral undertone.

Chanel Chance Eau Vive

This zesty floral fragrance of this Eau de Toilette is one of those i can always turn to, the long lasting scent will get me through any busy day in the office.

The very appealing round bottle sits beautifully on my dressing table and is synonymous with the Chance range.

The great thing about the Chance range is the varying fragrances, if this one is not for you (as i know floral isn’t for everyone) you will be sure to find the perfect fragrance for you within the range of four styles.

Range: around £50-55 for 50ml

Miss Dior

Well the cute bottle of this Eau de Toilette is a winner for me, and encases the most beautiful of scents. Its citrus notes combined with a floral undertone make for a lovely timeless perfume.

Again if this one isn’t for you, there are a few others in the Miss Dior collection that might be more suitable, so why not give them a go.

Range: around £50 for 30ml

Dior La Colle Noire

This has to have fast become one of my all time favourites! Having just about got over the price of this Eau de Parfam i opted to purchase it in the sale at Harrods and my goodness i am now so pleased that i did.

Named after the Château de La Colle Noire, this rececent addition to the Christian Dior range is fast becoming an iconic fragrance.

This scent based on spices, woods, amber and musks makes for an intense smell that is not over sweet.

Range: £200 for 125ml

The key is to find the fragrance that is personal to you, make sure to try before you buy and to take your time to let the scent sink in.

Have you got a go to scent?


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