21 February 2016

Current Favourite Perfumes | Gucci, Chanel and Herve Leger

Favourite perfume scents: Gucci Envy, Herve Leger Ete, Chanel Allure

Favourite perfume scents: Gucci Envy, Herve Leger Ete, Chanel Allure

I am not usually one to wear perfumes but as of late, I've been trying different scents and find that I really enjoy wearing fragrances that are lovely and fresh smelling. Nearly my entire perfume collection has been given to me by various people on birthdays and other special occasions so I haven't really had the opportunity, nor felt the need, to splurge on a perfume for myself. It seems my friends and family know me well as I love nearly all of the ones that have given to me. I am currently rotating 3 perfumes that I like to wear depending on the occasion, all of which I adore. (please excuse my lack of fragrance terminology, I'm still new, and pretty useless, at describing smells!)

Gucci Envy: This one was given to me by my mum, and I'm pretty sure its an old perfume, but I just love it. It starts of with a soft, musky scent and then gives off hints of floral. The fresh and airy scent is perfect for both daytime or evening wear, and is one that will never get old. The lasting power is also great and stays on the skin for hours on end without fading. It is definitely one of my all-time favourites, especially because it actually reminds me of my mum.


Chanel Allure - True to its classy branding, Chanel's perfume epitomises feminity in a bottle. It opens with a fresh and fruity scent, that then turns a little more towards woody and vanilla tones. I love this more for family gathering and late-night outings as I just seem to always associate it with sophistication.  

Herve Leger Ete -  This one is an absolute summer scent for me: its fresh, citrusy scent leaves gives off a lovely freshness. The undertones are quite woody, adding that sophistication to quite a feminine and fruity perfume. I love wearing his on a daily basis, as it is noticeable but not too overpowering and it has good lasting power. 


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