Beauty Inspiration :: Six Subtle Summer Scents, 2015

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With summer in full swing and temperatures hitting record highs, it is time to explore different fragrance options with the new selection of softer and fresher Eau de Toilettes…  
 
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No. 1 // Stella McCartney Stella Eau de Toilette :: The original Stella Eau de Parfum – a tribute to roses – was launched over 10 years ago, and the new Stella Eau de Toilette offers a fresh take on the classic bloom. A lighter, softer scent, it opens with mandarin, lemon and freesia, has a heart of Bulgarian rose, peony and violet leaf, and settles into a base of amber.

No. 2 // Diptyque Florabellio Eau de Toilette :: Diptyque’s Florabellio opens with salty, seaside notes before developing into a full, floral heart of apple blossom and osmanthus, tempered by base notes of sesame and coffee. Unabashedly summery, this is the sort of scent that makes you nostalgic for holidays spent on the coast.

No. 3 // Burberry My Burberry Eau de Toilette :: A new take on the My Burberry Eau de Parfum that launched last year, the My Burberry Eau de Toilette is floral without being overly sweet – sophisticated yet undeniably feminine. Sweet pea and bergamot top notes combine with a heart of geranium leaf, golden quince and freesia heart whilst patchouli, damask rose and centifolia rose form the base. 

No. 4 // Giorgio Armani Si Eau de Toilette :: First blackcurrant, green pear, bergamot, mandarin and neroli, followed by a heart of fruit and floral notes and then a base of musk, amber wood, vanilla and patchouli – Giorgio Armani’s new Eau de Toilette version of its 2013-launched Si is as romantic as they come.

No. 5 // Chanel Chance Eau Vive Eau de Toilette :: There have been several different interpretations of Chanel’s classic Chance over the years but the newest is the Eau Vive Eau de Toilette; created by Olivier Polge, who has taken over from his father as Chanel fragrance creator. Sparkling citrus top notes are joined by a heart of jasmine and musk, whilst base notes of vetiver, iris and cedar leave a subtle and sophisticated trail.
 
No. 6 // Givenchy Dahlia Divin Eau de Toilette :: Following the original Dahlia Divin of 2014, this year’s Dahlia Divin Eau de Toilette is a fruity floral with blood orange, peach and blackcurrant top notes, a heart of jasmine and rose and base notes of musk, sandalwood, patchouli and vanilla.
 
Image:  here // Source:  Vogue.co.uk

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