5 Fragrances For The Spring.

March 05, 2012

Guess what yall, today I have a Guest Blogger by the name of Andrea. I promise you will have 5 reasons to look forward to smelling good for Spring after you read this!
So here is what my Andrea has to say....
Can you smell that? It’s spring coming up again.
Almost time to take out your lighter clothes and put away the warm ones.

Why should perfumes be different? Some fragrances are good for any time of the year, whereas others were made for a just a part of it. So here you have five perfumes for women with spring inside, perfect to accompany the awakening of the senses.

Oh Lola by Marc Jacobs
A delicate floral with subdued green notes, Oh Lola is a happy girl, who won’t laugh loud: you can hear her better if there is not too much noise around. It’s fresh and a bit soapy, with a bouquet that is the essence of spring.

Chloe EdP by Chloe
What would spring be without rose? The one in Chloe Eau de Toilette will mix with peppery fruits without giving up its sensuous headiness. The result is a sexy, young (but not too young), upbeat fragrance with a more than deserved popularity.

Christina Aguilera by Christina Aguilera
Some frown upon celebrity perfumes, I don’t. Christina Aguilera’s first perfume is simple and honest, with a main note of peach mixed with florals. Being a bit shallow can be liberating sometimes, and this one will give you a hand.

Prada Infusion d’Iris EdT
Sure, spring is about being all light and flirty, but how about fresh and clean, possibly with a touch of class on top? Infusion d’Iris by Prada is all that: a gentle and reassuring fragrance for any occasion. This is the 2010 version, not to be confused with the older Eau de Parfum, with very different notes.

Nina Ricci Premier Jour
With Premier Jour you will smell good, and not only in the sense of pleasant: this floral-fruity fragrance is good at heart and spirit. It’s innocence without naivety, it's the gentle feeling of a crush at first sight. It's the first day.

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