Vivienne Westwood's first fragrance, Boudoir was launched in 1998.
The heart of the fragrance has accords of red English roses that produce an extremely feminine floral note. transporting you to a traditional English Country Garden with evening scents of tobacco flowers and heliotrope. With top accord vibernum combined with notes of bergamot and mandarine. (from VW website)
Hello and welcome to my wardrobe.
Welp, I got try them all out now! Acqua di Sale is somewhat of a disappointment. Normally that'd be a bad thing, but considering it's $240 for a bottle, I'm quite happy that I don't like it. It's meant to evoke the feeling of the ocean, but it more or less smells sickly and much like something you'd use to clean a floor with. Maybe with a bit of a lime skittle note. Definitely not for me. From my last sample haul, I got a sample of Sel Marin which I feel is FAR more successful. Not only that, it's
Have you ever had a perfume that was so special, important or beautiful to you, that you put off writing a review, because you simply couldn't put it into words? l have, & l decided to attempt my first blog post on it, instead of trying to fit the story into a review.
For me, that perfume is Estee Lauder Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia.
ln 2008, after being into perfume pretty much all my life, l was seeing a guy from California who told me he disliked my "old
Ever since I put up my groups of words about scents nobody else has put up a word at all!
Making Dollars from Scents - Article by David Wilson
Published in The Age 2nd July 2011