It is extremely hard to pick just one scent for a special night… And as the festive season just begins, there is going to be more and more of them nights and more chances to wear your favourite fragrances!Here are my first favourite three festive perfumes – Poeme by Lancome, Youth Dew Amber Nude by Estee Lauder, and Opium EDP by Yves Saint Laurent.
Poeme would be the lightest of them, more floral and gentle; it is suitable for all occasions. It reminds me of a quiet January morning in Vienna… Beautiful architecture and history of the city, cozy coffee shops on every corner, and lovely people… I wish I could come back there just for a day 🙂
Youth Dew Amber Nude and Opium both are sweet, smoky, woody and spicy. Something you would definitely need when going out for Christmas dinner! They are also quite strong fragrances, so I would recommend trying them out before the big night.. But I am sure you will not be disappointed.. 🙂
These perfumes are all gorgeous, exclusive and different… and it would be really hard to exclude just one favourite…
And yes, there are few more scents I would like to write about before the end of the year! Until then, please, share your ideas of what your favourite perfumes this winter season are going to be… 🙂
All the best,
4 thoughts on “Never too early to celebrate!”
I haven’t tried any of those, so you may inspire me to do so! I am really enjoying DKNY Cashmere Mist Pearl Essence recently. It is soft, warm, lots of musk and sandalwood but also enough white florals to lighten it. It has become a “comfort” scent for me. I’m also enjoying the smoky rose of Calligraphy Rose, which feels very autumnal to me with its combination of rose, myrrh, frankincense, saffron, etc. I’m still pondering what might be a great evening fragrance for winter but I’m thinking about Versace Crystal Noir.
I haven’t tried any of yours either 🙂 DKNY sounds really intriguing… Thank you 🙂
Well, Poeme and Vienna really go well together 😉 Opium is magic and speaks for oneself – I’d say a person who wears it has something serious to say… Good article, Jess, thumbs up 🙂
Thank you 🙂