Tuesday, 23 August 2016

My Top Summer Fragrances





I've never really been a perfume person. My mum adores perfume and seems to wear a different fragrance every week, whereas some people have their signature scent they can't live without - and it will always remind me of them whenever I smell it. I on the other hand have never really bothered with perfume because I used to find it too overpowering or it would give me a headache. Then, after a little experimenting, I have finally settled on some that are just right for adding a hint of fresh, sweet-smelling fragrance...

  • Rituals The Ritual of Dao Bed and Body Mist - When an Eau de Toilette or Eau de Parfum is too heavy or overpowering I often opt for a body mist instead. I love these sprays from Rituals, which also double up as a room or linen spray (may seem odd but it works!). This contains White Lotus and has an invigorating scent.
  • Bronnley Pink Peony and Rhubarb Eau de Toilette - Pink Peony & Rhubabrb is the latest scent collection from Bronnley and it is perfect for summer! I love the pretty pink floral packaging and the bottle itself is very dainty and elegant. The scent itself is quite classic and floral - it reminds me of rose petals with a sparkly white musk fragrance.
  • Soap & Glory Orangeasm Fragrance Mist - Soap & Glory scents are by far one of my favourites and this orange range is a zingy take on the original S&G fragrance. Again, it is a mist rather than a perfume so I much prefer it for daily wear and the fresh, citrussy scent helps me to wake up and feel ready to take on the day!
  • Korres White Tea, Bergamont and Freesia Eau de Toilette - If you haven't yet heard of or tried anything from Korres yet I recommend trying them out! They are a Greek brand and all their formulations are based on natural ingredients. I am a huge fan of their skincare and shower gels, which smell incredible! This perfume is invigorating thanks to the bergamont and freesia, while White Tea makes it indulgent and slightly sensual. I love this sweet-smelling perfume and the bottle itself is simple and timeless - plus it's handy for travelling.

Have you tried any of these perfumes? Let me know your favourites so I can check them out!

2 comments:

  1. I am SUCH a fan of Korres too - their body milks and shower gels are simply incredible. The Bronnley fragrance sounds so yummy. I've never heard of anything having a rhubarb scent in it and now I really want to give it a whiff!

    Steph - www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

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