A New Year, A New Fragrance in 2017
The famous fashion Coco Chanel once said, “A woman’who doesn’t wear perfume has no future.” So ring in the New Year and make a resolution to wear a new fragrance. Your future will smell wonderful
Worth Je Reviens when translated from the French means “I am returning”, symbolizes both the past and the present. Created in 1932, Je Reviens is one of the rare perfumes to focus on narcissus. Sparkling aldehydes and spicy clove meet in a fragrance she will return to again and again.
Kick up your heels with Royal Bain de Caron Champagne perfume, created in 1923 during the Prohibition. A fragrance straight from the Jazz Age, the flacon of Royal Bain de Caron resembles a small bottle of liqueur and has vintage appeal. Top notes are lilac and rose; middle notes are opponax, benzoin and incense; base notes are sandalwood, amber, musk, vanilla and cedar
Chances are you may not win the lottery in 2014, but you can still feel like a million. Paco Rabanne 1 Million, in its gold bullion bottle is audacious spicy woody cologne that will make him feel like a high roller.
You may not wear a lucky charm, but you can waft good luck with Givenchy Lucky Charms, a luscious fruity floral that is fresh with notes of citrus, delicious notes of peach and apple and a heart of rose.
Get up off the couch and get to the gym. Givenchy Play Sport is a contemporary woody scent that is bright with citrus and spicy with pepper that looks like a mp3 player complete with the play, rewind and forward arrows. Motivation is one spritz away.
If your resolution is to take a well-deserved vacation, start the New Year with a fragrance that smells like a Brazilian beach with notes of coconut, gardenia, and passion flower dusted with cocoa when you wear BVLGARI Omnia Paraiba.
This year, don’t worry, be Happy. One of our favorite” beat the winter blues perfumes”, Happy will transport you to a tropical garden in full bloom with notes of citrus, jasmine and orchid