7 years ago
AWWW YEAH. I've spent MONTHS searching high and low for my next fragrance (particularly for my Wedding). Fragrances frustrate me; I have bought many perfumes over the years only to grow sick of them or find a note that I hate that becomes most prominent on me. Lately, each morning as I was getting ready at my dresser and looking over my options for fragrance, I was disappointed. Fragrances are very nostalgic for me and I was more than ready for a new fragrance to take me through the happiest time of my life. About six months ago, I tried a perfume by Frederic Malle, called Iris Poudre. I loved it SO much, that I seriously considered buying it despite its $200 price tag. I decided to keep looking to see if I could find something I loved just as much and it took me six months to do so. Enter: Love, Chloe. I don't know a lot about perfume, but I know that I'm picky. I also know that fragrances often turn on me by the end of the day and usually the least desirable note is the one that's most prominent on me. I typically like floral, powdery scents (hence, Iris Poudre) and Love, Chloe I would describe as exactly that. It's beautiful. I don't know how to explain it, but it's like I took a shower in the nicest smelling soap ever. I typically don't like soapy-smelling fragrances, but this is luxuriously classic-smelling. I don't know how to describe this adequately, but it's just so unique and clean, soft (and a little spicy), romantic and warm, but almost as though it couldn't come out of a bottle. I think this is the first fragrance that has made me understand what a signature scent is supposed to be: you can't put your finger on why you love it, but it just works. LOVE Love, Chloe.
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